“Stroke of a Pen” – Tues. PM KTFA Thoughts/News 4-25-23



Clare » April 25th, 2023

India is the “first destination” for Iraqi oil in April


India topped the list of countries that buy the most Iraqi oil during the month of April.

According to the research unit of the “Economy News” agency, India imported 23.93 million barrels from Iraq in April, while China ranked second with 19.42 million barrels.

After India and China, South Korea came, with a total import of 5.49 million barrels, followed by America with 5.13 million barrels.

Turkey ranked fifth, with purchases of Iraqi oil amounting to 2.18 million barrels.  LINK


Suzie » April 25th, 2023

We’re getting all kinds of good news about the rate change coming soon, Iraqis’ hold onto your dinars for the new value,  etc., etc., but we’re heading into May,,, EID over, no pictures of the nscn’s yet and companies pouring into Iraq to do business, but I’d like to know why and how companies would pour into Iraq IF they didn’t know what the dinar’s going to be worth??

Just a question, in MY opinion, because if I was a contractor and bidding on jobs I would want to know my costs and how and what I’m  going to be paid going into it or why would I want to do business?

So…do they know something we don’t, or…, just askin’ as it seems to me as far as they’ve come based on all the info we’ve gotten, they could do the 1 to 1 with the stroke of a pen if they’re really in that big a hurry to join the international world as they say they are. 

Clare » April 25th, 2023


Sudanese advisor: Foreign currency reserves are high, safe and at comfortable levels



The financial advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, confirmed, on Tuesday, that foreign currency reserves are high, safe and at comfortable levels, while indicating that the value of treasury transfers is currently estimated at about 46 trillion dinars.

 Saleh said, “The Central Bank currently holds, through secondary market operations, about 64 percent of the total internal public debt, which are government debt instruments in the form of bonds and treasury transfers

(That is, they are government borrowing tools that were deducted by local banks, and they are the primary holder before discounting them with the authority.” cash), as banks, especially government ones, at different periods deducted their interest with the Central Bank and regained their liquidity, and they carry an annual interest ranging between 2-3 percent, and today they have become an integral part of the assets or assets in the balance sheet of the Central Bank of Iraq.

And he added, “The value of treasury transfers in the possession of the monetary authority is estimated at about 46 trillion dinars currently,” pointing out that “the foreign currency reserves of the Central Bank of Iraq are at very comfortable levels, which are the highest in the country’s financial history, which are not less than balances (in foreign exchange and gold). ) between 110-115 billion dollars, and at the same time it constitutes a percentage (coverage) of the cash currency issued (and according to the current exchange rate) by about 130 percent, which is a high and safe coverage.

And he continued, “Monetary policy, and by virtue of the fact that the Central Bank of Iraq is the government’s financial advisor, and it is the one who coordinates and consults with the government in accordance with its law to ensure consistency and harmony with the joints of financial policy and other economic policies, any decision taken by the monetary authority in accepting a discount or liquidation of any government debt instruments will be subject to

There is no escape for accurate standard equations in applying monetary policy tools and their operational objectives, within the framework of managing the liquidity of the economy in a balanced manner with macroeconomic indicators, and in a manner consistent with the independence of the Central Bank of Iraq. LINK

Source: Dinar Recaps


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