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Is Iraqi dinar on forex charts in Pakistan??

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That's an interesting link. I'd feel more comfortable if there was a real time visual. I suspect all Forex activity would be synchronized worldwide when it goes live, but it's a nice thought and strange things have happened. 

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33 minutes ago, Badrabbit said:

I thought the Iraqi Dinar's symbol was IQD not IRQ?

I believe IRQ is simply the acronym for Iraq in this situation because it's followed by "dinar".

If it was IQD followed by dinar it would read "Iraqi dinar dinar".

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3 hours ago, Joe Sutherland said:

I'm hoping someone with more know how than myself can check into this! Seems quite interesting! 

 

Well that’s not me

i am to busy running for prez

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5 hours ago, jeepguy said:

10 to 14 cents per is a good start !

If that’s true, I’m gone! I’m taking that and running and I never want to hear the word dinar again! JMHO 

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 If you look they also list the US dollar at 140 plus dollars. So listing the dinar at .10 to .14 is against the value of the Pakistan currency.  But this is my guess.  

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I'm just curious to know why the dinar is even on this chart. Seems to be a little more active on an international level than I would have thought.

Is the dinar showing a rate on other forex charts?

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CBI is what counts...From the other day...

The Iraqi dinar exchange on the Arab and international day Friday

Economy | 09:08 - 12/04/2019

 
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Baghdad - Mawazeen News 
The prices of Arab and international currencies compared to the Iraqi dinar according to the latest updates on Friday as follows: 

Foreign currencies: - 
1 US dollar = 1,195.8100 Iraqi 
dinars 1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0008 US $ 
1 Euro = 1,350.3067 Iraqi 
Dinar 1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0007 Euro 
1 Pounds Sterling = 1,563.4957 Iraqi Dinars 
Iraqi Dinar = 0.0006 £ 
1 Canadian Dollar = 895.1009 Iraqi Dinars 
Iraqi Dinar = 0.0011 Canadian 
Dollars 1 Australian Dollar = 853.2236 Iraqi 
Dinars 1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0012 Australian Dollars 
1 Japanese Yen = 10.7012 Iraqi 
Dinars 1 JD Arabic Yen = 0.0934 Japanese Yen 

Arabic Currencies: - 
1 Egyptian Pound = 69.0840 Iraqi Dinar
IQD 1 = 0.0145 Egyptian pounds 
1 SAR = 318.8657 Iraqi Dinar 
1 Dinar Iraqi = 0.0031 SAR 
1 AED = 325.5517 Iraqi Dinar 
1 Dinar Iraqi = 0.0031 AED 
1 Sudanese pounds = 25.0646 Iraqi Dinar 
IQD 1 = 0.0399 Sudanese pounds 
1 Algerian Dinar = 10.0305 Iraqi Dinar 
1 Dinar Iraqi = 0.0997 Algerian Dinar 
1 Bahraini Dinar = 3,171.8593 Iraqi Dinar 
1 Dinar Iraqi = 0.0003 BD 
1 JD = 1,686.6126 Iraqi Dinar 
1 Dinar Iraqi = 0.0006 JD 
1 KD = 3,932.0334 Iraqi Dinar 
1 Dinar Iraqi Dinar = 0.0003 KWD 
1 = 0.7911 Iraqi 
Dinars 1 IQD = LBP 1.2640
1 Libyan Dinar = 857.8018 Iraqi Dinar 
1 Dinar Iraqi = 0.0012 LYD 
1 Moroccan Dirham = 124.3537 Iraqi Dinar 
1 Dinar Iraqi = Moroccan Dirham 0.0080 
1 SYP = 2.3220 Iraqi Dinar 
1 Dinar Iraqi = 0.4307 SYP 
1 Somali Shilling = 2.0625 Iraqi Dinar 
1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.4848 Somali Shilling 
1 Omani Rial = 3,106.3227 Iraqi Dinar 
1 IQD = 0.0003 RO 
QR 1 = 328.4227 Iraqi Dinar 
1 Dinar Iraqi = 0.0030 QR 
TND 1 = 396.5282 Iraqi Dinar 
1 Dinar Iraqi = 0.0025 Tunisian dinars 
SR 1 Yemen = 4.7764 Iraqi Dinars 
Iraqi Dinar = 0.2094 Yemeni Riyals 
1 Djibouti Franc = 6.7161 Iraqi Dinars
1 Iraqi Dinars = 0.1489 Djibouti Francs

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Yota is right. If there's no rate change at the CBI, how could it possibly have a value somewhere else? CBI is official policy maker and controls all monetary movement associated with its currency. When a value changes there, it should simultaneously change on Forex and other exchanges. Thanks for the keen eye, Joe. 

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I understand what you are saying... i asked a similar question about 2 weeks ago when someone posted the dinar on the forex with a link and no one coukd explain why it was showing there. The explanations were about the exchange rate but the question was is there any significance to it being there in the first place.

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