Dinarland Highlights for October 24, 2021

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Dinarland Highlights – 10.24.21

Don961 (KTFA)

Article:
The 5 and 10 thousand dinars denominations disappeared from the ATMs

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Frank26 (KTFA)

Article:
The 5 and 10 thousand dinars denominations disappeared from the ATMs

Quote:
the ATMs of the bank to which I settled my salary, are devoid of small and medium cash groups (1000 to 10 thousand dinars),…

WHY DIDN’T THE CBI ALSO REMOVE THE 1, THE 10, THE 20, AND THE 100, 250 AND 500… BECAUSE THEY WILL COEXIST WITH THE NSCN’s.

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Samson (KTFA)

Article:
Report: After lifting immunity, former MPs leave Iraq

Report quote:
the dissolution of the Iraqi parliament on the seventh of this October resulted in the lifting of the parliamentary immunity guaranteed by the constitution for hundreds of deputies whose results showed the last legislative elections that were held on October 10.”

More than 70 percent of them lost their seats, which means that the ministerial committee tasked with pursuing corruption files by the caretaker government headed by Mustafa Al-Kazemi, will be able to investigate any of them. “

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Vital Brad

Question:
When it finally revalues how do I turn it in?”

When this thing goes international and Iraq is back on the international markets…you’re going to be able to go down to any bank that offers Forex…you can exchange currency from other countries.  Those banks will all of a sudden be able to exchange the Iraqi dinar and our hope is at a new rate…

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Sandy Ingram

[aka Edu Matrix]

Article:
19 Iraqi Banks rated by international agencies

On the surface this sounds like insignificant news.  However let me explain.  You will be dancing after you understand this

Quote:
19 licensed banks in Iraq have been rated by accredited international rating agencies – Capital Intelligence, Fitch, Moody’s, Standards and Poors, – the bank [CBI] said…it is a sign of their compliance with domestic and international standards…”

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“…The central bank seeks to increase the ability of Iraqi banks to expand their network of relations with international banks and enhance the confidence of citizens and investors especially after their success in obtaining such classifications…”

I’m sorry I don’t think you heard me and if you heard me did you understand what I said?  ‘Increase relationships with international banks.  Meaning the CBI wants to be in harmony with international banking systems.  She [The fat lady] may not be singing, but she sure is dancing.  Iraq wants to co-mingle with international banks

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MilitiaMan (KTFA)

Article:
The 5 and (to) 10 thousand dinars denominations disappeared from the ATMs

With them even showing that the 1,000 – 10,000 notes are disappeared from the ATMs is very telling. With the UST telling us the G-20 have 136 countries in agreement on digital International Taxation and a flat tax, the cross boarder data and digital trade noted by the G-7 today, it is not surprising that they would be adjusting for the NSCNs to replace those the 1,000 – 10,000s. The need for them will diminish with a new international exchange rate applied. It doesn’t take long to replenish ATMS. The goal is not to worry the citizens, the goal is to make them happy with the new purchase power that the new smaller notes will bring

Iraqi Dinar Revaluation and Global Currency Reset News | Dinar Chronicles

Courtesy of Dinar Guru

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