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DELTA » September 27th, 2018

GOOD ONE DON.....DROP THE MIC....(thumbs Up)

Don961 » September 27th, 2018

An economic expert calls on the central bank to take a quick step to reassure the street after the Fed's decision

12:01 - 27/09/2018

Baghdad Mawazine News

Economic expert Dr. Salam Samisem called for a quick stance that gives reassuring signals to the public that the Federal Reserve's decision to raise the interest rate by a quarter percentage point will leave its impact on the world's economies.

Smsem, a member of a successful economic development initiative, said Iraq should "take a quick stance, especially as it invests in US Treasury bills."

"The Iraqi Central Bank demands a quick position that gives reassuring signals to the street."

"In light of the repercussions of the recent steps of the US Federal Reserve to raise interest rates between two and 2.25 percent, and the global economic repercussions that result from it. It is known that Iraq is the fourth largest country of the world invested in US Treasury bills, the Central Bank of Iraq must issue a statement Urgent clarifies the steps that will follow the monetary policy in Iraq on interest rates and related to this decision. "

The Federal Reserve later raised the benchmark overnight lending rate by a quarter percentage point to a range of two to 2.25 percent.

Gold prices fell immediately on Wednesday as the dollar rose ahead of the Federal Reserve's monetary policy meeting, which was later announced after the futures contract was settled.

Gold is sensitive to higher interest rates because it strengthens the dollar, which makes gold more expensive for its buyers than other currency holders. It also raises the yield on US bonds, which reduces the attractiveness of unearned gold to yield.

The central bank said it would discuss Thursday the impact of the Federal Reserve's decision to raise interest rates. The central bank said it would raise interest rates by 25 basis points.

The Central Bank of Saudi Arabia and the Central Bank of UAE also decided to raise interest rates by 25 basis points after the decision of the Federal Reserve. is over link

Iobey777 » September 27th, 2018

WOW!!!! just WoW!!!!! I pray you are all ready for this, cause IMO..it's coming!!! Thanks Delta!!!

MilitiaMan » September 27th, 2018

"Higher interest rates tend to attract foreign investment, increasing the demand for and value of the home country's currency. Conversely, lower interest rates tend to be unattractive for foreign investment and decrease the currency's relative value."

I am sure there is a view of see we told you so.. But? Did anyone? This may help everyone not be on the fence or on a cliff ready to jump.. imo. ~! << MM ... ego lol

Samson » September 27th, 2018

The price of a barrel of oil exceeds $ 82

27th September, 2018

Oil prices rose on Thursday, September 27, 2018, amid investors' expectations of a drop in Iranian exports as the United States imposed sanctions, which are already in effect on November 4

Brent crude for November delivery rose 1% to $ 82.10 a barrel at 9:14 am

WTI crude for November delivery rose 1.15% to $ 72.39 a barrel, after falling yesterday to $ 71.57

US Energy Secretary Rick Perry said the release of oil from the country's strategic reserve to prevent rising prices would have "a slight and somewhat short-term effect

Oil prices fell yesterday after the Energy Information Administration showed US inventories rose by 1.85 million barrels to about 396 million barrels last week LINK

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