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"Save the Iraqi dinar" .. The deterioration of the currency by the rise of the dollar will destroy the poor first ... and the solution with the "Central Bank"

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"Save the Iraqi dinar" .. The deterioration of the currency by the rise of the dollar will destroy the poor first ... and the solution with the "Central Bank"

Wednesday 01 April 2020 

"Save the Iraqi dinar" .. The deterioration of the currency by the rise of the dollar will destroy the poor first ... and the solution with the "Central Bank"
 

 

Baghdad / Sky Press

The US dollar recorded a rise, as it reached in some areas to 126 thousand dinars against the 100 Iraqi dollars, while questions were raised about the role of the central bank in that.

And the local media reported, the high dollar exchange rate against the Iraqi dinar, while some regions recorded 126 thousand dinars in front of a class of 100 US dollars, after it was 123 thousand dinars, when the markets opened.

Media outlets reported that "the rise in the price of the dollar is due to the crisis in the spread of corona and the closure of the central bank."

Security and political expert Fadel Abu Ragheef wrote in a tweet:

Begins with the deterioration of the dollar's rise, "considering that" the security, social and living situation is linked to the economic situation, and the central bank must immediately and by urgent action to pump more dollars to control the rise of the reprehensible dollar. "

He emphasized that "the poor are the first to be affected by the Iraqi dinar, the matter must be addressed immediately."

 

 

الدينار العراقي
يبدأ بالتدهور ازاء ارتفاع الدولار،الوضع الأمني والاجتماعي والمعيشي مرتبط بالوضع الاقتصادي،ويتعين على البنك المركزي وفورًا وباجراءٍ عاجلٍ لضخِ مزيدٍ من الدولار للسيطرة على ارتفاع الدولار المقيت،الفقير اول من سيتأثر بنزول الدينار العراقي،ينبغي معالجة الامر حالاً.

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Yes! Get rid of that "Reprehensible Dollar" and raise the value of that lovely Dinar "Immediately"!!!!

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2 hours ago, keylime said:

Yes! Get rid of that "Reprehensible Dollar" and raise the value of that lovely Dinar "Immediately"!!!!

Yeah,  what keylime said! They better do something. And quick

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In life and as in business, there are two cardinal sins.  The first is to act without thought and the second is not to act at all.

 

Fact: Iraq's leadership can't do what we do and that is why they despise us for it.  Its their leaders who always have always changed the conversation because they didn't want to hear the truth since 2004.  Now comes the covid-19. 

 

Their future has been compromised and Iraq is now caught and their leaders now realize it.  Unless they increase the value of their own currency, they will lose their country.  Oil is depleting in price daily and their isn't enough gold in their vaults to keep them afloat in a pool of despair without medical assistance and long-term financial gains.

 

I pray that their leaders act with good judgement and thought in every decision they make, but to act swiftly.

 

Good Fortunes & Great Health To All.

Le Plus Grand'

 

 

 

 

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