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  1. Iraq Says It Exported More Than 1 Billion Barrels of Oil in 2015 Khalid Al-Ansary and Kadhim Ajrash January 1, 2016 — 7:03 AM PSTIraq said it exported 1.097 billion barrels of oil in 2015, generating $49.079 billion from sales, according to the oil ministry. It sold 99.7 million barrels of oil in December, generating $2.973 billion, after selling a record 100.9 million barrels in November, said oil ministry spokesman Asim Jihad. The country sold at an average price of $44.74 a barrel in 2015, Jihad said. Iraq, with the world’s fifth-biggest oil reserves, needs to keep increasing crude outpu
  2. Iraq may get bond guarantees for $2b sale to trim cost The government cancelled a bond sale this year after potential investors demanded higher interest rates Published: 16:26 November 12, 2015Bloomberg Dubai: Iraq, reeling under the slump in oil prices and the war with Islamist militants, may receive bond guarantees from international institutions to reduce borrowing costs as Opec’s second-biggest producer plans a $2 billion (Dh7.3 billion) sale next year, the central bank chief said. The government plans to raise the money in the first or second quarter of 2016, Ali Mohsen Esmail sai
  3. Oil Resumes Slide as Global Crude Oversupply Seen Persisting Oil declined for the first time in three days, trimming a weekly advance, amid speculation a global surplus of crude will be prolonged. Futures slid as much as 1 percent in New York. Output from Iraq, the second-biggest OPEC producer, exceeds 4 million barrels a day, Oil Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said, according to Almada news website. U.S. crude stockpiles rose for a fifth week through Oct. 23, keeping supplies more than 100 million barrels above the five-year seasonal average, government data showed Wednesday. Oil failed to su
  4. Iraq Plans Unprecedented Pay Cuts as Financial Crisis Deepens Zaid Sabah ZaidSabah Caroline Alexander October 28, 2015 — 9:16 AM PDT Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Share on LinkedInShare on RedditShare on Google+E-mail Iraq is planning unprecedented salary cuts for senior civil servants, as a more than year-long war against Islamic State and the plunge in oil prices deepen the nation’s financial crisis. Iraqis increasingly sought security in state employment amid the turmoil that followed the 2003 U.S. invasion, and the government now provides jobs for
  5. We watched the reserves grow for many years and we were happy. And now their reserves contract, and faster than they ever grew. I personally think this is not smoke and this is really happening. No major conspiracy going on IMHO Currency Troubles Pile on the Misery for Iraq Low oil prices could lead to devaluation of the dinar Any currency crisis usually comes with dire consequences for a country, and the threat of one in Iraq shows how the impact can go beyond the economy and markets. A foreign-exchange crunch because of a drop in oil prices could force a devaluation of the dinar
  6. Iraqi Central Banker Sees Limited Risk of Devaluation Amid War Ahmed Feteha Alaa Shahine September 14, 2015 — 2:16 AM PDTUpdated on September 14, 2015 — 4:40 AM PDT Central bank Governor Ali Mohsen Ismail said Iraq has enough foreign reserves to maintain its currency peg but didn’t rule out a minor devaluation to shore up government revenue hurt by the slump in oil prices and the war on Islamic State militants. Reserves are enough to cover more than six months of imports, higher than what is typically needed to maintain the exchange-rate, Ismail said in an interview in Cairo on Sund
  7. Iraqi Bonds Struggle to Attract Investors Arif Sharif and Lyubov Pronina | 07-09-2015, 07:56 AM | Iraq | Conflict and low oil prices may drive down prices Iraq’s effort to enlist bond investors in its fight against the self-proclaimed Islamic State and a collapse in the price of crude won’t come cheap. The Gulf nation’s first trial in the Eurobond market in almost a decade means it may have to pay “double-digit” interest to lure investors, says Morten Bugge, who helps manage about $2.5 billion of emerging-market debt at Kolding, Denmark-based Global Evolution. Iraq announced a $6 billion
  8. Iraqi Oil Output Declining as of 2018 in Morgan Stanley's View Iraq’s crude production will start to decline in 2018 because of a slowdown in investment due to lower oil prices and a costly war on Islamist militants, according to Morgan Stanley. OPEC’s second-largest crude producer will pump 4.18 million barrels a day in 2017, with output then falling to 4.132 million in 2018 and to 4.127 million by 2020, Haythem Rashed, a Morgan Stanley analyst in London, said in a Sept. 2 report. The bank had previously forecast rising output every year to 4.6 million barrels by 2020. Iraq’s production h
  9. Iraq Hires Banks Including Citigroup for $6 Billion Sale Iraq hired banks to help raise $6 billion in bonds as the country seeks to plug a widening fiscal deficit with its first international debt sale in almost a decade. The government appointed Citigroup Inc., Deutsche Bank AG and JPMorgan Chase & Co. to arrange the bond program in tranches, Muneer Mohammed Omran, director general of the central bank’s investor department in Baghdad, said in a telephone interview Tuesday. The first sale will take place this year, he said. Spokesmen for the banks declined to comment. Iraq, holder of
  10. Reform Plan Could Tear Iraq Apart Aug 12, 2015 5:12 PM EDTBy Noah Feldman It must be good news that Iraq’s parliament passed Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abadi’s anti-corruption reforms this week -- right? As with most things in Iraq, the answer isn’t as simple as it appears on the surface. In the abstract, it’s a nice idea for Iraq to stop dividing the spoils of government office among its denominational and ethnic factions. But that structure, with all its obvious flaws and faults, was built into the DNA of the Iraqi constitution for a reason: to help quell Sunni Arab fears that the S
  11. This is a pretty cool tool to use on your mobile device for tracking your stocks or creating a watchlist. It allows you to also enter your position and price-point offering P&L (profit & loss) data after each trading day. I use it on my Nexus 7 android tablet and love it. Here are all of the platforms it operates on: App Available On: iPhone | iPad | BlackBerry | Android | Android Tablet | Samsung | Samsung Tablet | Windows Phone
  12. Baghdad Mansions Sell for $1 Million With Islamic State at Gates By Jack Fairweather, Aziz Alwan and Zaid SabahNov 3, 2014 10:00 AM PT Islamic State militants may be at the approaches to Baghdad yet members of Iraq’s Shiite Muslim elite are offering cash for $1 million homes in the capital’s sought-after Zayouna neighborhood. Gilded mansions with jacuzzis in Italian-marble bathrooms and armored vehicles parked in the drive are replacing the humbler dwellings of the former middle-class Sunni, Shiite and Christian inhabitants, according to real-estate agents. House prices in the district, the
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