Dinarland Highlights for August 20, 2022

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Dinarland Highlights – 8.20.22

MarkZ

[via PDK]

Lots of emails from groups as to how close we are and that we have “crossed the finish line” and are waiting for it to filter down to us. They were very positive. We will see guys.

…In Iraq they do a lot of their day to day stuff in US dollars. That is now disappearing quickly. The spread is shrinking. This means the money changers in the streets are not making the big money they were making. Nobody wants to give up their dinar…while we don’t have a new rate- It seems to be moving in that direction while the dinar becomes more valuable in comparison to the US dollar…I feel really good about where we are at. Very positive news and I am still looking for the RV at any moment…

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Frank26 (KTFA)

Maliki’s gone Do we see Abadi?  No. …All the trouble makers slowly going away…Sadr called for a meeting with Amiri

FIREFLY:  Sadr and Amiri still on for…the meeting we think will set things off going well if Amiri goes and sides with Sadr.  Wow!  What a sight that would be…!

FRANK: The citizens are excited.  If Amiri can metamorphosize…and tell us, ‘Alright, Sadr I’m with you.’ Which means that he’s with Kazemi, we’ll have our government.  We’ll have our two reforms.

[Iraq boots-on-the-ground report]

FIREFLY: Kazemi calling for all leaders to meet again…this time he wants all leaders to attend especially Sadr.  He is seeking this to be for all citizens to see on television.  Let’s see if they do this.

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Clare (KTFA)

Article:
Al-Hanana: There is no meeting between Al-Sadr and Al-Amiri except under conditions, one of which is a “live broadcast

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Kaperoni

The options for the Iraqi dinar are a LOP and a float. The later being the preferred but until the conditions are appropriate where they pass laws, remove corruption and diversify their economy it won’t happen.

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Pimpy

I never said the Iraqi dinar exchange rate wasn’t going to change.  It is going to change.  I’m the one that said it’s not going to happen overnight.   It’s not going be a reinstatement of the old rate.  I’m the one that said it’s going to be done in increments…

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Paulette

The underlying fundamentals are sound...we should all be very happy and content that this will happen as we hope and expect.  It is also apparent that we very likely can see a change relatively soon…soon may be a week away, a month away or a few months away.  IMO, it just isn’t to be expected until the process plays out where the International Community sees Iraq as having obtained security and stability.  This could happen quickly but is not likely within the next few hours or days…

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Samson (KTFA)

Article:
“A European country is planning to reopen its embassy in Baghdad for the first time in 30 years”

Quote:
Austria plans to reopen its closed embassy in Baghdad by next September.”

Iraqi Dinar Revaluation and Global Currency Reset News | Dinar Chronicles

Courtesy of Dinar Guru

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