“Lower Denominations?” – Sat. AM KTFA Thoughts/News 10-16-21

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Happiness » October 16th, 2021

Hello,  question… has anyone  heard anything  new about  the  lower denomination notes?.  

Clare » October 16th, 2021

WHEN THE CBI IS READY TO RELEASE THEM … THEY WILL RELEASE THEM INTERNALLY…

THE CBI HAS NOT SAID THE NEW GOI HAS TO BE ANNOUNCED NOR HAVE THEY SAID LAWS HAVE TO BE PASSED FOR THAT TO HAPPEN…THERE IS NO ARTICLE STATING THAT … AS A MATTER OF FACT MANY ARTICLES STATE THE CBI IS INDEPENDENT AND THE EXCHANGE RATE IS IN THE CBI’S  HANDS ….AND WE DO KNOW THE NSCN’S (new small currency notes) NEED A NEW RATE AT THE ONSET…. IMO  

Samson » October 16th, 2021

A new jump in oil prices, and Brent touches the 85 dollars

16th October, 2021

The price of Brent crude recorded, on Saturday, a new jump, approaching its highest level since 2018.

Brent crude futures rose 56 cents from yesterday’s prices, bringing the price of a barrel to $84.84.

The price of futures contracts, for the month of November, for West Texas Intermediate crude, amounted to $ 82.22 a barrel, an increase of 1.12 percent.

On Friday, oil prices rose by between 0.7 percent and 0.8 percent, on average.   LINK

After the elections: 3 expected scenarios .. Those close to Al-Kazemi want him to stay .. and a Kurdish delegation coming to Baghdad to negotiate the formation of the government

16th October, 2021

In addition to the most important question: Who is the next prime minister.. Will the current prime minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, remain for a second term to complete his program, or is he in (the weather is cloudy), as the famous Gulf song says?

In the context of this question, the former representative of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Abdul Bari Zebari, says that all options are open in future alliances, including the alliance of all blocs close to the current Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to form the next government.

Zebari added, “The blocs close to Mr. Al-Kazemi got the highest votes. The Sadrist movement has a positive view of him, as does the Kurdistan Democratic Party, in addition to the “Progress” alliance, likely that Al-Kazemi will be the middle option on which everyone will meet.

Kurdish delegation to negotiate

He pointed out that all options are on the table, including the formation of the parliamentary bloc, the largest of all Shiite blocs in parliament. And there is a Kurdish negotiating delegation that will go to Baghdad, which may be formed from the two main parties, the Democratic Party and the Union, to negotiate the process of forming the next government.

According to the figures announced by the High Elections Commission, which represents more than 95 percent of the poll results, the Sadrist movement bloc won 72 seats, the Progress coalition led by Muhammad al-Halbousi won 37 seats, the State of Law 36 seats, and the Kurdistan Democratic Party Al-Fateh coalition won 17 seats, Al-Azm won 15 seats, and “Extension” representing the October protests held 12 seats, while independents won about 40 seats, in addition to five representatives from The Christian quota, four of them for the “Babylonian” movement, an ally of Iran, and three seats for the Yazidis, Shabak, and Sabian Mandaeans.  LINK

Source: Dinar Recaps

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