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Warnings of an imminent collapse of the Iraqi dinar

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Post by Proven on Sun 13 Sep 2015, 6:03 pm

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An opinion piece.  Better buy gold!  Wait...they are :)

Warnings of an imminent collapse of the Iraqi dinar

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Economists warned of the imminent collapse of the Iraqi dinar, amid the chaos security and economic tidal plaguing the country, and the state's inability to pay employees and pensioners and accessories ongoing war with the organization of the Islamic state "Daash"; prompting thousands of young Iraqis to migrate to Europe, while struggling Millions of Iraqis in Anbar and Mosul and Salahuddin hardship, after cutting their salaries to the state.

The economist said, Mazen al-Obeidi, said that "eight years years of rule by Prime Minister former Nuri al-Maliki, has seen historically in vain for the money and the budget of the entire Iraq fake projects and ministries have been developed for their quotas between the parties, and not for their country's needs."

(Here is a reference to the encumbered DFI Funds)
He added: "The government wasted more than 800 trillion Iraqi dinars, except for the hidden amounts of billions of dollars, no one yet knows where I went, and thus emptied treasury of Iraq."

And between al-Obeidi's "new Arab" that "the likelihood of an imminent collapse of the Iraqi dinar against the dollar has become a big, the state was forced to borrow from private banks to cover expenses, and the central bank announced its intention on the sale of gold bullion for citizens to support the financial liquidity, while the Iraqi parliament approved the budget in 2015 on the price of $ 56 per barrel, while oil is witnessing volatility and a clear decline, over the territorial changes and the war on "Daash", which fell to $ 45 a barrel in front of the extraction cost him up to $ 6; and this means a deficit of $ 17 per barrel. "

Come together political and economic corruption and the theft of tens of billions of public money to raise the deficit in the Iraqi Budget

Observers attributed the cause of the collapse of the dinar is likely to mismanagement of successive governments, and load the state budget huge amounts of money, and pay for tens of thousands of jobs and titles ins salaries in the various organs of state security, military and service.

The banker said Salem Al Ameri "There are several factors that will lead to the collapse of the Iraqi dinar, most notably the lack of oil imports to bridge the budget deficit, in light of the ongoing war in half the size of the country with the organization" Daash ", the continuous decline of oil prices globally which means a large deficit in the budget of the country." .

He said that "the security deterioration in the country increased demand to buy the dollar much of the market; which means an increase in demand over supply, and thus gradually raise the price of the dollar against the Iraqi dinar."

And was severe criticism from parliamentarians of the Central Bank of Iraq last June, as the dollar rose against the Iraqi dinar arrived to 1360 dinars to the dollar.

Also in AF: CBI rush to save the dinar

He accused the Congress in previous central bank statements flop in its policies, the Commission said the parliamentary economy, a member of the press earlier statement that "the central bank adds 8 per cent of requests from companies and traders to buy dollars, and requires them to sell dollars directly tax are met, of 5% Customs and $ 3 per cent; in the end, raising the price of the dollar against the Iraqi dinar. "

The Iraqi Council of Representatives approved the 2015 balancing based on the price per barrel of oil by $ 56 per barrel, and the rate of export 3 million barrels per day.

For his part, said financial expert, Jabbar al-Fadhli for "new Arab" The government is embarrassed and do not want to declare their inability to disburse expenses, ranging from employees and pensions, which halted three months ago in the hot provinces, and the end of the expenditures required for the military operations going on; and that stops mostly to weakness funding ".

He said Fadhli "There is a huge waste in the currency are hard for purchases and expenses of armament, and directly sell the dollar for companies and traders in front of the lack of oil imports and lower the price of oil globally; and this raises the value of the budget deficit, and here state began borrowing from private banks; they need to borrow from the World Bank to fill the budget deficit, and the payment of employees' salaries during the few coming months. "

The reason for the collapse of the dinar is likely due to the mismanagement of successive governments, download huge amounts of money the state budget
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Post by fonz1951 on Mon 14 Sep 2015, 8:16 am

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:To the person who gave me the negative comment,

I would like to know why this article or my comment bothered you?

If it was the articles depiction of the trouble in Iraq, I always consider the source and their purpose for writing.  I learned this in high school. 


We know things are tough in Iraq, but will get better after the reforms start.  It was obvious, to me at least, this article did little to help the people understand the situation, and only fanned the flames of unrest.  It also puts the blame on Al Maliki, who Abadi picked as a vice president.   


As for my comment, I tried to put this article in in a positive light.  If it causes instability, it serves the delete the zeros project by decreasing the money supply with people buying gold.  


Also, it appears to exaggerate the currency situation in recent days as the exchange rate has actually decrease, I believe as a result of gold sales and the contracting economy. 


You can remain silent or explain yourself as I have tried. 

if it was me you're talking about i sure did not mean any negativity toward you or this article. i am not a disrespectful person by any means. and would never lean in that direction, i personally like your post's and the work all you guys do.i have followed nenosplace since before i came home from iraq and have enjoyed the time i have spent on here, there is not a day that passes that i don't visit here for the latest news.thank you for the time you spend bringing us these articles.
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Post by Lobo on Mon 14 Sep 2015, 11:02 am

Bravo Fonz for your sincere response and thank you so much for your service. 
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Post by Proven on Mon 14 Sep 2015, 11:46 am

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:To the person who gave me the negative comment,

I would like to know why this article or my comment bothered you?

If it was the articles depiction of the trouble in Iraq, I always consider the source and their purpose for writing.  I learned this in high school. 


We know things are tough in Iraq, but will get better after the reforms start.  It was obvious, to me at least, this article did little to help the people understand the situation, and only fanned the flames of unrest.  It also puts the blame on Al Maliki, who Abadi picked as a vice president.   


As for my comment, I tried to put this article in in a positive light.  If it causes instability, it serves the delete the zeros project by decreasing the money supply with people buying gold.  


Also, it appears to exaggerate the currency situation in recent days as the exchange rate has actually decrease, I believe as a result of gold sales and the contracting economy. 


You can remain silent or explain yourself as I have tried. 

if it was me you're talking about i sure did not mean any negativity toward you or this article. i am not a disrespectful person by any means. and would never lean in that direction, i personally like your post's and the work all you guys do.i have followed nenosplace since before i came home from iraq and have enjoyed the time i have spent on here, there is not a day that passes that i don't visit here for the latest news.thank you for the time you spend bringing us these articles.

I tell my kids, I work for kisses.  Here I work for a simple thanks.  Your kind words are appreciated. 

Many years ago, (25 to be exact), a sage gave me some advice.  He said in every criticism, there is truth.  If you don't take the criticism personally, and find the truth, you will grow as a person.  I have tried to live by these words, and find truth in criticism.  These words have served me well. 

And the negative thanks does not bother me.  Somewhere in it is a truth for the person who gave it.  If only to get me to explain my thinking.  I do not take it personally, most of the time.     

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