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"Official Tally" - Mon. PM KTFA Thoughts/News 5/14/18

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"Official Tally" - Mon. PM KTFA Thoughts/News 5/14/18

Post  Ssmith on Tue May 15, 2018 9:53 am

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Walkingstick » May 14th, 2018


UNHCR announces postponement announcement of the results of the provinces of Kirkuk and Dahuk to tomorrow
http://www.dijlah.tv/index.php?page=article&id=210175

Sources for the Euphrates: Budget instructions did not reach the ministries and caused confusion
http://alforatnews.com/modules/news/article.php?storyid=164943

DocK » May 14th, 2018

BBC is announcing that SADR is the top winner in the election - largest percentage
Come on Abadi, tell CBI to push the button now so YOU get credit for it

Walkingstick » May 14th, 2018

Possible, but.. considering the results of 2 provinces, and 1.7 million of the special votes have yet to be released ... a bit premature, releasing that information...

We await the UNHCR to release the official tally... As, I stated / posted article, earlier... 2 provinces and the special vote numbers have yet to be released....

Yep, a lot of movement in Iraq... to ally ALL lists in the elections.. excluding only, the list/s of Maliki and Amiri ... A means of marginalizing Maliki further, cutting off his chances to garner more seats in Parliament...

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Walkingstick » May 14th, 2018

Borderless debit card coming to Canada in 2019


The technology allows users to hold and spend money in multiple currencies with lower foreign exchange fees.

By ARMINA LIGAYAThe Canadian Press

Tues., May 8, 2018

TORONTO—European financial technology company TransferWise is planning a Canadian launch next year for its borderless debit MasterCard, which allows users to hold balances in multiple currencies and spend it at home and abroad with lower foreign exchange fees than traditional banks.

TransferWise CEO and co-founder Kristo Kaarmann says the card, which was launched in the U.K. and the Eurozone two weeks ago, is useful for frequent business travellers, snowbirds and expats who spend lots of time outside of Canada but domestically as well.

“When people go out of the country, they are inevitably spending money,” Kaarmann said in an interview. “They’re booking hotels, they’re booking flights, often in other currencies, and that’s where banks scoop the hidden fees.”

Kaarmann said there would be no transaction fees for people making purchases on the borderless debit card in the currency a balance is held in. If money held in the borderless account must be converted into another currency before using the card, a conversion fee of between 0.6 per cent and 1 per cent applies, which Kaarmann notes is less than the banks charge.

The U.K.-based fintech launched its borderless account in Canada in August last year, and Kaarmann said it is working to offer the accompanying debit MasterCard here in 2019.

There is no limit on the balance that can be held in the borderless account, he says. Customers’ money is held in segregated accounts at banks insured by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corp., according to a TransferWise spokesperson.

Kaarmann spoke about its borderless card as it launches its batch payments function in Canada, which allows businesses to make up to 1,000 global payments at once in various currencies with the lower foreign-currency conversion charge.

TransferWise has been beefing up the functionality offered to Canadians since its launch in April 2016. Since then, roughly $2.2 billion has been moved in and out of the country via TransferWise’s platform.

Canada is among its top 10 largest markets and is now the sixth-fastest growing market in terms of transfers.

Canada’s big banks are investing heavily in technology as customers increasingly do their banking in the digital realm. As well, the financial institutions are facing increased competition from non-traditional providers of payment services. For example, Apple and Google have introduced mobile wallets that allow users to make retail payments.

Meanwhile, last month, TransferWise became the first non-bank payment services provider to hold a settlement account in the Bank of England’s Real Time Gross Settlement system, meaning it can now settle payments directly rather than going through a retail bank.

As Canada moves to modernize its payment system, TransferWise is pushing for a similar direct settlement account in Canada as well as policies regarding the disclosure of fees, including exchange rates.

https://www.thestar.com/business/2018/05/08/borderless-debit-card-coming-to-canada-in-2019.html

Go Borderless This Summer With A Currency Debit Card

https://www.forbes.com/sites/madhvimavadiya/2018/05/12/borderless-debit-card-transferwise-revolut/#6f6df54a326b

Don961 » May 14th, 2018

Iraq can fill the gap in the world oil market


5/5/2018 12:00 am Expert for {morning}:

Baghdad / Farah pumice

said an economic expert that Iraq able to fill any shortage of oil supplies in world markets after the decision of US President Donald Trump US withdrawal from the nuclear deal with Iran, and re - impose sanctions on it, stressing that the Iraqi economy will not Is heavily influenced by Washington's sanctions on Tehran. Brent crude was at $ 76.79 a barrel, down 33 cents, or 0.4 percent, from the last settlement. WTI was trading at $ 70.44 a barrel, down 26 cents, or 0.3 percent.

The highest level last week Brent scored WTI highs since November 2014 at $ 78 and $ 71.89 respectively , the markets expect decline in Iranian oil exports with a lot with the onset of the impact of US sanctions later in the year.

"It is likely that about one million barrels of global oil markets will disappear if US sanctions are applied to Iran," said Greg McKenna of AxiTrader.

"But it is not certain that it will have the effect as they intend. Germany said it would protect its companies from US sanctions. Iran said Total did not withdraw from its fields. Oil supplies , said economist Rahim Shammari told the "morning": that "Iraq is able to compensate for any shortage in oil supplies, but we do not wish to impose any sanctions on any country in the region, because it harms the interests of Iraq, especially the stability of the region is an important factor for prosperity "He said.

"Iraq's economy can be affected by US sanctions, but not as many as some expect, because Iraq relies heavily on oil imports, and since oil prices are rising, they can compensate for any economic damage on another side, " he said.

Analysts had previously attributed the strong price rise to an expected drop in Iranian oil exports. "Iran's oil exports to Asia and Europe are almost certain to decline later this year and in 2019 with Some countries discussed alternatives to avoid trouble with Washington, and with the onset of sanctions link

Samson » May 14th, 2018

Iraq's railways transport 108.6 thousand passengers in the first quarter


14th May, 2018

A total of 108.63 thousand passengers have been relocated in the first quarter of this year, the state-run railway company said Monday. "Some 108.63 thousand passengers were transported during the first quarter of 2018," Salam Saloum, the company's general manager, said in a statement received by Al-Iktissad News. "The trains start from Baghdad and Basra with two flights a day."

The Iraqi railway, revenues amounted to 1.68 billion dinars in the first quarter of this year. Revenues amounted to 4.39 billion dinars by the end of 2017, through the transfer of 435.41 thousand passengers, from the central station in Baghdad to the Basra station and vice versa, through the southern regions (Nasiriyah, Samawah, Diwaniyah, Hilla).

Iraq put railway projects at $ 30 billion at a donor conference in Kuwait last February. The governor of Baghdad met in January this year, director of the "Alstom French Transport", to discuss the ongoing arrangements in the railway project suspended in the Iraqi capital. The director of the State Company for Iraqi Railways, earlier, the losses of the sector in the provinces and areas liberated from the "da'ash" terrorist by $ 380 million. LINK
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Re: "Official Tally" - Mon. PM KTFA Thoughts/News 5/14/18

Post  clyde b on Wed May 16, 2018 2:12 am

do canada know something we dont know,im still

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