Dinarland Highlights for January 28, 2022

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Dinarland Highlights – 1.28.22

Mountain Goat

Article:
RETURNING THE DOLLAR EXCHANGE TO ITS PREVIOUS PRICE IS ONE OF OUR PRIORITIES”

…let me remind you what the phrase “returning the dollar’s exchange rate to its previous price” means. Some authors do mean from 1450 back to the 1122 program rate, but the CBI means back to the “Glory Days”…If the CBI wanted to revalue back to the old program rate of 1120 they would have done it already in December 2021. They do not need any change in the government to revert it back it…So, this alone tells us that something different is about to happen. They are going to get out of the program rate. This is not business as usual.

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Breitling

What’s coming down the road?  What does Iraq looking at?  Why haven’t they pulled the trigger today I’m telling you they could pull the trigger today if they wanted to.

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Walkingstick (KTFA)

[via Frank26]

When it says, ‘open the budget with the new exchange rate’ it means the line item that has the new exchange rate in it…

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MarkZ

[via PDK]

Bank Chatter: My Redemption Center folks will be working a half day tomorrow and will be on call on Sunday…I have contacts in 3 centers. They are like fireman…have to be ready and make sure that everything is working in case they get the big call…prepared for when it is time….

I had conversations with Iraqi contacts and they are looking squarely at Tuesday of this upcoming week.

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Frank26 (KTFA)

[Iraq boots-on-the-ground TV report]

FIREFLY: The CBI is back on TV…saying Iraq has unprecedented growth in foreign reserves…we’re hearing that the rate will change when the budget is opened up and it will go back to the previous rate…it sounds like the previous rate of 1190 or so.  It doesn’t sound like the previous rate way back in 2003.  Maybe it will go back to the previous rate of last December the 20th…and then it will float. It’s just very confusing…the exchange rate will change to the previous rate. But which one?

FRANK:  I’ll admit it’s a bit confusing and that’s a good question but when you see the size of the budget I really doubt that a program rate will make it work…your budget is historically huge…

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Kaperoni

…’they’re not going to open the 2022 budget unless they raise the exchange rate.’  Yes, there is talk of this but only returning it to 1170.

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Bruce (The Big Call)

[via WiserNow]

Everything is coming together in terms of what Iraq has done – Iraq plans to have their government in place and announce that on Sunday – I think everything is lining up in that perspective – Beautifully…we should be setting our appointments for Tuesday the 1st of February…it seems like it’s finally coming to fruition…for our exchanges…I’m excited about where we are now finally…the timing – the dates – everything we’ve been looking for – I think we’re really finally apparently there…

Iraqi Dinar Revaluation and Global Currency Reset News | Dinar Chronicles

Courtesy of Dinar Guru

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