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PRECIOUS & TLAR POST, 17 NOV

11-16-12 Precious: Just got back from Wells Fargo. The officer there told me she expects the UST notes by the first week in December. http://bit.ly/Xl5wi7

11-17-12 Tlar: I respectfully disagree that there will be a low float starting anywhere near 1166 to 1 USD, up to 10 to 1 USD. Most of the articles being presented today under the new bank governor and others involved in this process are back to mentioning "the removal of the zeros". To me this means exactly what they say.

Removing the zeros off the nominal rate means going from .00086 to .86 per US dollar. Removing the zeros to me does not imply a gradual raise over a period of time. Although this is still not known for sure, Shabbs only made reference to starting low and letting it go up from there which might be all and in itself the reason Maliki went after him. ******************

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PRECIOUS & TLAR POST, 17 NOV

11-16-12 Precious: Just got back from Wells Fargo. The officer there told me she expects the UST notes by the first week in December.

The officer at Dunkin Donuts, however, had no clue about foreign currency but did recommend the Apple fritter......

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