Dinarland Highlights for April 20, 2023


Dinarland Highlights – 4.20.23


[via PDK]

We are hearing a lot of chatter over the next few days and especially for over the weekend. So, I feel good. I feel like we are there. The news is overwhelmingly good.

Minister of Finance directs the working hours of Al Rasheed and Al Rafidan employees during the Eid El Fitr holiday

They have them working for days straight throughout the holiday …but, 99% of the country will be off.   I think this is very important. If they want dinar in all the hands of the folks…If they are going to revalue or reset their currency…it would be important for banking to be open.

“Iraqi Market suspends its activities for five days.”

Think about that…Banks will be open but the stock market will not. You would think if it’s all about the Eid Al Fitr holiday everything would be shut down. The timing is pretty interesting in my book.


Bruce (The Big Call)

[via WiserNow]

Are we waiting for anything else? That we don’t know? We don’t know of anything else. That tells us – when it’s this quiet, like people that we’re supposed to have heard from did not communicate with us by text or call – Neither one – that tells me we’re in this quiet before the storm. We’re in the quiet before the release of everything … the Treasury gave a green light for us to go forward. So unless something happened and those were rescinded, we should still be ready to go…we heard this could…occur at any minute.


Frank26 (KTFA)

Instagram Post:
Prime Minister Mr. Mohmaed Shia Al-Sudani: The exchange rate will return to 15 dinars per dollar and our financial situation is at its best.”

…The IQD at $1.50? …Is it 15 or is it 1.5? … 1.5 to 1 dinar or 15 dinars to 1 dollar?  I don’t know.

Article Quote:
“…we are witnessing today that the parallel exchange market is rapidly approaching the official price.”

Hot diggity dog.  The new national currency of Iraq with a new national exchange rate!  This is a powerful article.  This is shove it in somebody’s nose when they tell you it’s a scam.  Its’ a great article.

[Iraq boots-on-the-ground report]

FIREFLY: They have now made it where all goods and services being sold inside of Iraq must only be sold using the dinar, not the dollar. This is going to get dangerous if they don’t release the new exchange rate soon.


Walkingstick (KTFA)

[via Frank26]

I don’t care if it’s 1.5 to 1 or 15 to 1 either one of those if they start with it – Wow!  That’s a lot of’s far better than 1500 to 1…for them to be revealing this information to the Iraqi citizens it just shows you we are’s interesting to see these numbers in print.  Hell it’s about time!  But who knows.  This may be legit.  We may be interpreting it correctly.  We may be interpreting it incorrectly.

[CBI governor saying alert for exchange rate change]

It’s weird to hear this… the monetary reform education has no surprises anymore.  It just has the facts…



MilitiaMan (KTFA)

On April 13 Alaq Central Bank Governor says, ‘Alert, Alert we’re going to have a potential rate change.’  The backdrop is bold red.  To me he says Red Alert…am I reading into it?  Maybe.  But it really is powerful.


Clare (KTFA)

Iraq market stops its activity for five days”

Based on the Cabinet’s decision to declare an official holiday for five days on the occasion of Eid Al-Fitr, it will not organize trading sessions, starting from Thursday, April 20, until next Monday.



Community comment:
“They better hurry up and float it, because if not, and they keep linked to the US Dollar, the dinar is headed south with our dollar.”

They will float the dinar when they have created sufficient momentum for their economy that will support it. They will no longer be pegged.


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