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Interesting Adam, I thought with all the news lately we would get some some what exciting news. But what really intestes me is why you would rather not hear any news with regards to Iraq at the OPEC meeting. Care to elaborate just a tad please ?

 

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Can't speak for Adam but my guess is we don't want too much attention paid to the fact that so far OPEC is leaving Iraq out of production quotas.

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Thanks and good morning Adam, we have many moving pieces to this puzzle at the moment and OIL although not as predominant as other news coming out of Iraq seems to be the silent partner moving toward HCL. I believe we are in interesting times with regards to a potential change in the value of the IQD and what might not seem important in question of news, we can see lots taking place in the shadows. I think, jmo, that the November 7 OPEC meeting could yield some valuable information moving forward for Iraq. 

 

Appreciate all you and the mods do for us here  :twothumbs:

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Sandfly Adam and your wonderful Mod Squad...and as my Mom used to always say “no news is good news”!  That might be referencing her 7 kids and no news meant they at least didn’t get into trouble. :blush:  So stay outta trouble Iraq...and gitter dun!!! ;)

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47 minutes ago, ddl said:

Can't speak for Adam but my guess is we don't want too much attention paid to the fact that so far OPEC is leaving Iraq out of production quotas.

 

Exactly :twothumbs: 

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Hi Adam.

 

Sorry for asking but what your opinion about this current article?

 

Border crossings will not be co-managed by Baghdad, Erbil – Abadi

 

November 01 2017 10:40 AM
Haider al-Abadi
Haider al-Abadi

 


Border crossings will not be co-management by Erbil and Baghdad contrary to what some Kurdish media have reported earlier, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi revealed Tuesday.  
In his weekly press conference, al-Abadi said that border crossings will remain under the control of the federal government as this is one of its powers in accordance with the constitution.  


We hope we can enter into dialogue with Kurdistan Region soon. We currently focus on the security situation in disputed areas and border control, he noted.

 

Our condition to initiate a dialogue is to cancel not freeze referendum results. No negotiations will be conducted unless Iraq’s unity is maintained. This is our condition in accordance with the constitution, he further stated. 


The Iraqi premier also said that the Iranian Militias in Iraq and Syria (IMIS)’s law does not allow its participation in the upcoming elections as a political party.
He pointed out that IMIS as an institution may not take part in politics, adding that it shall only operate under the command of the commander-in-chief of the armed forces. 


The difference between oil revenue and state expenditure is still enormous. We will not resort to currency floating as it will lead to salaries’ cut and higher prices, he added. 

 

http://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/story/19043/Border-crossings-will-not-be-co-managed-by-Baghdad-Erbil-Abadi

 

(Credit to Tigergorzow)

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Thanks Buzzy...I was thinking the UN ruling would've made one of the things to look for on the 'upcoming list'....

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On 01/11/2017 at 5:20 PM, Adam Montana said:

 

Exactly :twothumbs: 

Cheers Mr Montana your some Guy all the best and thank you all on DV for keeping me and everyone else for keeping us positive and looking to the future THANKS AGAIN. 

 BE POSITIVE AND BELIEVE 

have a great week ALL. 

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