Frank26: KONA ……………….. DO U HONESTLY UNDERSTAND WHAT WE HAVE SHARED WITH U ON MONDAY AND TODAY’S [WEDNESDAY’S] CC ……….. ALL IMO? TAKE CARE ……….. C U IN THE FUTURE.
Aggiedad77: BUT OF COURSE……IT WAS A TOTALLY GOLDEN HOUR……FILLED BEYOND BELIEF WITH A NUMBER OF THINGS THAT WILL MAKE THIS WORLD VERY HAPPY…..VERY SOON….IMO……..WE SO ENJOY EACH OF THESE CC’S THEY BUILD UPON THE LAST…..BUT THIS MAY HAVE BEEN THE CREST WE RIDE INTO THE BEST THAT IS TO COME…..SOON….IMO. ALOHA RANDY
2Berds: The process of the Monetary Policy is happening in front of our eyes. There have been no glitches or mistakes as the 0’s are being lifted. We are soon to see the RI of the IQD and it will be going internationally. We are looking for that timeframe article that will reveal the smaller, new, paper/palamyr notes. Then we will be in full fireworks mode. This is very exciting times.
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Samson: Goldman: Global demand for oil remains on track for growth in 2018
8th March, 2018
Goldman Sachs said on Thursday its forecast for oil demand growth in 2018 at 1.85 million bpd, despite recent signs of a slight slowdown, citing strong performance at the start of the year and accelerating demand in the second quarter.
“Oil data for January indicate a strong growth in global demand, consistent with strong economic momentum with the entry of 2018,” the bank’s analysts said in a note. Goldman Sachs attributed the recent drop in oil prices to seasonal factors, saying the data for the last 10 years indicate that weak demand may come this time in the first quarter, after it was previously in the second quarter.
“This new pattern suggests that while demand expectations for the second quarter may be low, the seasonal demand drop may already be taking place, placing oil demand growth in a sudden upward trend this spring,” analysts said.
While an economic data set published last week below market expectations and trade disputes and demand for oil may weaken, the effect is likely to be gradual and could be offset by a weaker dollar, the bank said. “We still expect the overall macroeconomic situation in 2018 to continue to support demand for oil, and our demand growth forecast for 2018 remains at 1.85 million barrels per day, well above the average forecast,” Goldman analysts said.
The outlook for demand exceeds the growth of shale oil producers and other non-OPEC producers and will lead to further declines in stocks in the third quarter below the five-year average, resulting in a new price rally, the bank said. LINK
Samson: Member of the parliamentary finance : Iraq’s total debt of 116 billion dollars
8th March, 2018
Iraq’s total external and internal debt is $ 116 billion, a member of the parliamentary finance committee Jabbar al-Abadi said on Thursday.
Abadi said in a statement to “Al-Gharab Press” that “the external debt of Iraq to the extent of 56 billion dollars, mostly about 41 billion dollars is outside the Paris Club, and the debts of the Gulf during the Iran-Iraq war.” “These debts, which are mostly to Saudi Arabia, have not been demanded so far, but they have not waived them and remain frozen,” he said.
“The other part of the debt, amounting to about 50 billion dollars, is the internal debt borrowed by the government during the past three years to pay salaries and operating expenses.” “Most of the internal debts within the government system are controlled,” Abbadi said, adding that “some refer to high figures and are calculated differently.” He called on all those who “criticize the debt to classify it according to the classification that I mentioned.” LINK
Samson: Jahangiri describes the role of Iraq in the region and the world as excellent
First Deputy President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ishaq Jahangiri, described the role of Iraq in the region, the Islamic world and the international arena as excellent
8th March, 2018
The Iraqi government and people have managed, with the help of God, to achieve success and get out of crises with their heads up, thanks to the reliance on the religious authority, its wise leadership, the political wisdom and the excellent constitution,” Jahangiri said Thursday during a meeting with Iraqi President Fuad Masum in Baghdad.
He added that all nationalities, sects and political currents (Iraqi) aim to achieve unity and harmony in Iraq and that this factor is a strong impetus in Iraq’s progress forward and defeat terrorism. While stressing that Iraq can overcome problems and obstacles lies in harmony and national unity, the First Vice President said that it is necessary to preserve this unity within the framework of the Constitution.
Jahangiri also pointed out that the Islamic Republic of Iran has always been on the side of the Iraqi government and people in the difficult circumstances as it was on its side in the path of victory declared, ‘Iran has shown in the context of the fight against the Iraqi people for fear, it is inseparable from Iraq and now in the time of reconstruction Is still ready to be alongside the Iraqi government and people because we consider the security and welfare of Iraq of the security and welfare of Iran ‘.
The First Vice President of the Republic referred to the development of bilateral relations between Iran and Iraq in the economic field, especially in the oil, gas and electricity sectors as well as in the field of cultural exchange, and the visit of millions of visitors to the two countries, saying, ‘We seek to promote the level of economic exchange between the two countries to exceed $ 7 billion ‘. “The removal of some administrative obstacles and banking issues would be fruitful in this regard,” Jahangiri said, expressing his pleasure at the political will of the two countries ‘officials at the highest levels to pave the ground for further cooperation between the two countries’ private sectors more seriously than before.
Jahangiri also pointed out that the bilateral relations between Iran and Iraq would be a successful model in the region. “We call for the use and cooperation of all the countries of the region. We believe that the Muslim countries in the region will work to solve their problems through dialogue,” he said. LINK