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The central bank raises national bonds worth 1 trillion dinars

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 Since 03/30/2017 11:48 pm (Baghdad time)

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The central bank announced Thursday that it will launch national bonds with a nominal value of one trillion dinars and an interest rate of 8%.

The Information Office of the Central Bank of Iraq Acer Jabbar Director in a statement received / scales News / copy of it, that "the Central Bank of Iraq is determined to put national bonds with a nominal Asdarih second on behalf of the Ministry of Finance Bosaddarah with five categories (100,000, 250.0000, 500,000, 1000.000, 5000.000) dinars, and $ 1 trillion Iraqi dinars. "

"The bonds will be sold" an interest rate of 8% per annum annual coupons for a period of two years starting from 02/04/2017 in nominal terms and payable by the Ministry of Finance 02.04.2019 ".

He noted that "banks can and citizens of all purchase orders submitted to the central bank directly with bringing a color copy of the identity of the Civil Status, and can use these bonds as collateral to obtain loans or facilities or any transactions require collateral, can also be traded on the Iraq Stock Exchange and selling Hraoua ".anthy 29 / d 24

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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
's central bank announced Thursday that it will launch a national bond to five categories early next April, explaining that the bonds can be used as collateral for loans or facilities. 

The bank said in a statement Alsumaria News received a copy of which he was a "national bond par will present on behalf of the Ministry of Finance of five categories, adding that" these categories are 100,000 and 250,000 and 500,000 and 1,000,000 dinars. " 

The bank said that" these bonds will be It amounts trillion dinars and sold an interest rate of 8% per annum and Bkabonat annually for two years starting from the second of April next year in nominal terms that are payable by the Ministry of Finance on 2 April 2019. "

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The bank added that he "can banks and citizens of all purchase orders submitted to the central bank directly with bringing a color copy of the identity of the Civil Status , " noting that " the bonds can be used as collateral for loans or facilities or any transactions require collateral, it can also be traded in the market of Iraq Securities selling and financial Hraoua. " 

Iraq seeks to issue internal national bonds in order to finance the deficit in the general budget of Iraq as a result of lower oil prices globally.
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Economy News / Baghdad

Due to the Central Bank of Iraq launched a national bonds with a nominal value of one trillion dinars and an interest rate of 8%.

The Information Office of the Central Bank of Iraq Acer Jabbar Director in a statement reported for "Economy News" , the Central Bank of Iraq is determined to put national bonds with a nominal Asdarih second on behalf of the Ministry of Finance Bosaddarah with five categories (100,000, 250.0000 500 , 000, 1000.000, 5000.000) dinars, and $ 1 trillion Iraqi dinars.

He added that the bonds will be sold, "an interest rate of 8% per annum annual coupons for a period of two years starting from 02/04/2017 in nominal terms and payable by the Ministry of Finance 02.04.2019."

Jabbar pointed out that banks can and citizens of all purchase orders submitted to the central bank directly with bringing a color copy of the identity of the Civil Status, and can use these bonds as collateral to obtain loans or facilities or any transactions require collateral, it can also be traded on the Iraq Stock Exchange, buying and selling.

 
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Wow 8 percent bond. That's a great rate for anyone buying those bonds. Starting in a couple days and for a period of two years. Is that a coincidence that the delete the zeros project was supposed to start early his year and be a two year process? Inquiriring minds want to know.

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3 minutes ago, Tonygrasso said:

Wow 8 percent bond. That's a great rate for anyone buying those bonds. Starting in a couple days and for a period of two years. Is that a coincidence that the delete the zeros project was supposed to start early his year and be a two year process? Inquiriring minds want to know.

I agree, Tony!  I have a difficult time seeing how they are going to offer these bonds without raising the rate!

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Central securities deal with fiscal deficits and temporally

   
 

 
 

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Baghdad / Al- Sabah  said a member of the Baghdad Economic Forum Jaafar Yassin , the importance of national bonds , which intends to put forward by the Central Bank for its role in government funding support. He pointed out that government bonds are another means of monetary policy, but not circulated to the public is now limited circulation currently on banks and banks Alahlihldaf financial awareness among the citizens. He called the importance of diversification of financial instruments to support government funding, in order to achieve the desired of this trend , which is economically acceptable goals.   Iraqi Central Bank announced that it plans to launch a national bonds with a nominal value of one trillion dinars, less than $ billion, at an interest rate of 8 percent. Central said in a press statement: "He is determined to put national bonds with a nominal / Asdarih second on behalf of Basaddarah Ministry of Finance of five categories , namely: 100 thousand dinars, and 25 thousand dinars, Wu 500 thousand dinars, and one million dinars, and five million dinars , and the amount of one trillion dinars." Based on the public debt, which authorized the Ministry of Finance issued remittances Treasury guaranteed by the Government Act, the Central Bank, being financially to the ministry agent, manages auctions remittances government treasury on behalf of the ministry , which, according to the determinants of the annual budget law, issuing money orders Treasury for the purposes of government funding . "The bonds will be sold an interest rate of 8 percent annually annual coupons for a period of two years from 2/4/2017 in nominal terms and payable by the Ministry of Finance on 2/4/2019." The statement did when he called it "can banks and citizens submit all purchase orders to the central bank directly with bringing a color copy of the identity of the Civil Status," pointing out that  "can use those bonds as collateral to obtain loans or facilities or any transactions require collateral, it can also be traded in the market Iraq Stock Exchange , buying and selling. " The sale of money orders of the Central Bank and Treasury transfers one of the means of monetary policy taken by the central bank to deal with the levels of liquidity on a temporary basis , as it represents an investment risk - free, so they play an active role in the secondary market. In this regard , the relevant economic affairs Ahmed in charge: that he comes bond offering to finance the temporary deficit, while the central bank bonds are long - term and will last for years.
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CBI raises national bonds worth one trillion dinars

CBI raises national bonds worth one trillion dinars
Bonds will be traded on the Iraqi market for securities - Reuters Photo Arabian Eye
 
 April 02 2017 11:10

Direct : The Central Bank of Iraq, said he will present a national bonds with a nominal, on behalf of the Ministry of Finance, worth one trillion dinars, according to the statement of the Iraqi Central. 

Central said in his statement, that will be sold an annual interest rate of 8%, annual coupons, for two years, starting from Sunday, in nominal terms, and payable on April 2, 2019, by the Ministry of Finance. 

According to the central, bonds offered will include 100 thousand dinars categories, and 250 thousand dinars, 500 thousand dinars, and one million dinars, and five million dinars. 

You can use those bonds as collateral to obtain loans or facilities, or traded in the Iraqi market, buying and selling, according to the Iraqi Central. 

Was a member of the parliamentary finance committee, said in August , 2015, the Iraqi government to reduce the budget deficit and rely on the issuance of bonds to the Iraqi public government guaranteess. 

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The central bank recorded sales, on Tuesday, selling 802 billion dinars from the national bonds that have been put forward by the beginning of the current month of April, indicating that the bonds pay annual coupons for a period of two years. 

The bank said it ' has been selling the amount of 802 billion and 150 million dinars from the national bonds , which was launched on behalf of the Ministry of Finance in nominal terms the beginning of the month of April the current', indicating that the 'remaining Asdarih is 197 billion and 850 million dinars , and the end of the sales period will be the second to very next May '. 

He added that the 'Asdarih which was launched with five categories include' 100,000, and 250,000, 500,000, 1,000,000 and 5,000,000 dinars and the amount of trillion dinars and an interest rate of 8% ', adding that' bonds pay annual coupons for a period of two years and payable by The Ministry of Finance on the second of April 2019 '.

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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
's central bank announced on Tuesday for the sale of 802 billion dinars from the national bonds that have been put forward by the beginning of the current month of April, indicating that the bonds pay annual coupons for a period of two years. 

The bank said in a statement Alsumaria News received a copy of which he "sold the amount of 802 billion and 150 million dinars from the national bonds , which was launched on behalf of the Ministry of Finance in nominal terms the beginning of this April , " noting that " the remaining Asdarih is 197 billion and 850 million dinars and that the end of the sales period will be the second of May next to the very ".

 
 
 

The bank added that "Asdarih which was launched with five categories include" 100,000 and 250,000, 500,000, 1,000,000 and 5,000,000 dinars and the amount of trillion dinars and an interest rate of 8% , "he said, adding that" the bonds pay annual coupons for a period of two years and payable from before the Ministry of Finance on the second of April 2019. " 

the central bank issued on April 2 , 2017 national bonds on behalf of the Ministry of Finance of $ trillion dinars to finance the deficit in the budget of Iraq 's public as a result of lower oil prices globally.
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21 minutes ago, Officiallytook said:

I've been having the worst past few week, I remember looking to DV to be depressed, now I look to DV these past weeks for that feel better in your soul feeling. :eyebrows:

I'm more looking for that feel better in my bank account kind of feeling 😄

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Economy News _ Baghdad:
 
 
 
The central bank, announced Tuesday, for the entire national bond sale, adding that it will be announced on receipt of the bond if you finish printing.
 
The bank said in a statement, "Economy News" received a copy of it, "it was completed the sale of national bonds in the second Asdarih on behalf of the Ministry of Finance and the nominal value until the ninth of May this."
 
The bank added that "the completion of the sale comes a full run out Asdarih," he said, adding that he "will be announced on receipt of the bond upon the completion of the printing."
 
 
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Alsumaria News / Baghdad 
's central bank announced on Tuesday for the entire national bond sale, adding that it will be announced on receipt of the bond if you finish printing. 

The bank said in a statement Alsumaria News received a copy of it , "it was completed the sale of national bonds in the second Asdarih on behalf of the Ministry of Financeand the nominal value until the ninth of May this." 

The bank added that " the completion of the sale comes a full run out Asdarih , " he said, adding that he "will be announced on receipt of the bond upon the completion of the printing."

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The central bank issued on April 2 , 2017 national bonds on behalf of the Ministry of Finance of $ trillion dinars to finance the deficit in the budget of Iraq 's public as a result of lower oil prices globally.
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Interesting that it is an "in country" offering needing citizen proof to purchase.

 It should realls suck in the dinars!

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Economy News _ Baghdad:
 
 
 
The central bank, announced Tuesday, for the entire national bond sale, adding that it will be announced on receipt of the bond if you finish printing.
 
The bank said in a statement, "Economy News" received a copy of it, "it was completed the sale of national bonds in the second Asdarih on behalf of the Ministry of Finance and the nominal value until the ninth of May this."
 
The bank added that "the completion of the sale comes a full run out Asdarih," he said, adding that he "will be announced on receipt of the bond upon the completion of the printing."
 
 
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