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CBI Bank Added Canadian Dollar

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This is my first post but I was wondering if the Canadian dollar shown on the cbi before, I can't remember seeing it..hope its good news either way


US dollar USD 1170.000 1168.000
Euro EUR 1544.400 1543.628
British pound GBP 1846.377 1845.454
Canadian dollar CAD ------ ------
Swiss franc CHF 1184.450 1183.858
Swedish krona SEK 169.014 168.930
Norwegian krone NOK 193.959 193.862
Danish krone DKK 207.179 207.075
Japanese yen JPY 13.945 13.938
Special
Drawing Rights SDR 1797.401 1796.502
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[quote name='CRMZN' date='09 December 2010 - 08:04 AM' timestamp='1291907041' post='294998']
This is my first post but I was wondering if the Canadian dollar shown on the cbi before, I can't remember seeing it..hope its good news either way


US dollar USD 1170.000 1168.000
Euro EUR 1544.400 1543.628
British pound GBP 1846.377 1845.454
Canadian dollar CAD ------ ------
Swiss franc CHF 1184.450 1183.858
Swedish krona SEK 169.014 168.930
Norwegian krone NOK 193.959 193.862
Danish krone DKK 207.179 207.075
Japanese yen JPY 13.945 13.938
Special
Drawing Rights SDR 1797.401 1796.502
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Not sure about the Canadian dollar....but the CBI did add the decimal to the currency amounts today. Before it would just read the US $ as 1170, now it has 1170.000! That looks interesting to me!
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[quote name='Nicovetter71' date='09 December 2010 - 10:17 AM' timestamp='1291907870' post='295003']
Not sure about the Canadian dollar....but the CBI did add the decimal to the currency amounts today. Before it would just read the US $ as 1170, now it has 1170.000! That looks interesting to me!
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[b]Now!!!!........I think you are onto something because we are hoping that when this RVs we will see a rate similar to this: 1 USD .26507 IQD

Which is the equalivant to 1 IQD = $3.77[/b][size="5"][/size]
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Hmm......they are def. making some small changes on the CBI site with the way currencies are listed and added the CAD. Also adding the "period" is a necessary step if they rv and go up in value vs. the other currencies. This could be a very good sign!!
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This is VERY important and had to happen for an RV in a range that we all desire. awesome!
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Canadian dollar has been there. But the changes to the decimals is new. Interesting! GO RV!!!!!
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Hold onto your hats folks, a decimal, the best news now could only be an RV, come on big money, let it snow RV!
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[font="Comic Sans MS"]Excellent!

Thats the purpose of a forum!

I'll admit that i look at the CBI everyday and did not notice the decimal movement, and to be honest, didn't notice it in the original post :blink:

And then Nicovetter71 pops in and points it out. Thats why we read the forums.

I get so tunneled visioned at times and it's great to have others on here pointing out the obvious

Thanks for all the contributions!

Semper Fi [/font]
:tiphat:
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Am I missing something? Is this the site for all the excitement? >> http://www.cbi.iq/
If not please provide a link.
If that is the site you are referring to....I can't see a change, so please let me know what I should be looking at.
I know we are soooooo there!
Thanks

Dan
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[quote name='Danneedsrvnow' date='09 December 2010 - 10:00 AM' timestamp='1291910416' post='295043']
Am I missing something? Is this the site for all the excitement? >> http://www.cbi.iq/
If not please provide a link.
If that is the site you are referring to....I can't see a change, so please let me know what I should be looking at.
I know we are soooooo there!
Thanks

Dan
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Yes that is what they are talking about. Look on the right where they post the buy/sell rates for all the currencies. They are now posted to three decimal places. I cant say for certain whether that is new but so far no one remembers that ever being there before. Maybe a mod can change the title of this thread to CBI adds three 0's or something.
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[quote name='amal' date='09 December 2010 - 09:07 AM' timestamp='1291910830' post='295047']
Yes that is what they are talking about. Look on the right where they post the buy/sell rates for all the currencies. They are now posted to three decimal places. I cant say for certain whether that is new but so far no one remembers that ever being there before. Maybe a mod can change the title of this thread to CBI adds three 0's or something.
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That's what I figured all the fuss was about. :blink:
It has been like that the whole year or so.....that I can recall.
In other words, sorry to say, it has not changed.
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[quote name='bobby_cahill' date='09 December 2010 - 09:54 AM' timestamp='1291910053' post='295034']
[font="Comic Sans MS"]Excellent!

Thats the purpose of a forum!

I'll admit that i look at the CBI everyday and did not notice the decimal movement, and to be honest, didn't notice it in the original post :blink:

And then Nicovetter71 pops in and points it out. Thats why we read the forums.

I get so tunneled visioned at times and it's great to have others on here pointing out the obvious

Thanks for all the contributions!

Semper Fi [/font]
:tiphat:
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same goes to me. Didnt notice that until now :lol:
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I go there often and this is the first time I have seen that change also!
Very Interesting! I will take it as good news... :)
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[quote name='Danneedsrvnow' date='09 December 2010 - 10:12 AM' timestamp='1291911169' post='295054']
That's what I figured all the fuss was about. :blink:
It has been like that the whole year or so.....that I can recall.
In other words, sorry to say, it has not changed.
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Are you sure? Im not saying you arent right, its been a while since Ive checked the cbi site but I want to say the graph only showed whole numbers before like 1 usd equals 1170 not 1170.000. Anyone else remember this always being there? Not trying to be argumentative just think this could be really exciting news if it is new.
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I did some lookin n I found archive of may 2009. N they have Canada dollar n they show the decimal point. Here is the link
http://www.investorsiraq.com/archive/index.php/t-128053.html
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[quote name='amal' date='09 December 2010 - 09:30 AM' timestamp='1291912216' post='295079']
Are you sure? Im not saying you arent right, its been a while since Ive checked the cbi site but I want to say the graph only showed whole numbers before like 1 usd equals 1170 not 1170.000. Anyone else remember this always being there? Not trying to be argumentative just think this could be really exciting news if it is new.
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I am sure. :(
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The Canadian dollar has been there at 1162 for a couple of days. But today I noticed the ------ ------. Computer glitch? or something more positive?
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[quote name='Danneedsrvnow' date='09 December 2010 - 11:00 AM' timestamp='1291910416' post='295043']
Am I missing something? Is this the site for all the excitement? >> http://www.cbi.iq/
If not please provide a link.
If that is the site you are referring to....I can't see a change, so please let me know what I should be looking at.
I know we are soooooo there!
Thanks

Dan
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It is just another step in the right direction and if they do it now and verify it before the actual RV hopefully the addition of the decimal will not cause any gliches.
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The CBI has not changed. The .000 has been there for some time. Screen shot from Nov. 7th of the CBI website. Indicative rates 07-11-2010 (Nov. 7, 2010) http://i.imgur.com/yVTvB.jpg
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[font="Comic Sans MS"]DAMN

Another Debbie Downer moment huh?

Oh well, thanks for the post

1 day they'll ring the bell

Semper Fi[/font]
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