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Post by Ssmith on Sat Nov 03, 2018 9:17 am


Samson » November 2nd, 2018

Trump explodes surprise about America's debt: I will judge it by the end of my second term

2nd November, 2018

The dawn of US President Donald Trump 's surprise when he said that the United States will pay its debt huge year, by the end of the second presidential term. The US president said in an address Thursday at an event about creating jobs in the United States, The Hill reported.

Donald Trump seems confident that he will be reelected as president, as well as his belief in the possibility of repaying the public debt that has exceeded the $ 20 trillion mark in a short time. US public debt during the fiscal year 2018 rose by more than $ 1.2 trillion to a record $ 21.5 trillion.

Trump promised this was contrary to the views of experts who expect an increase in the US budget deficit to reach one trillion dollars in 2020, with the growth of government spending. LINK

Frank26 » November 2nd, 2018

BINGO!!! !!! !!!

Radiance » November 2nd, 2018

Explain what you mean by BINGO in post 101. I am overlooking something. Thanks

Crose » November 2nd, 2018

Clinton did the same thing back in the 90's when Kuwait revalued their currency.

Sunkissed » November 2nd, 2018

Hi Radiance! Think about this idea....

It has been rumored that the UST holds approximately 7 Trillion IQD. If the dinar came out the gate near 3:1 the exchange could pay off the US National debt.... or even if they waited for the RV for sure! In my opinion, of course.

Also, it has been said that the Paris Club forgave $100 Billion in debt to Iraq. The USA could (potentially) forgive the Iraq debt and still exchange the IQD we potentially hold, and pay off the National debt. in my opinion also...

I find it very interesting also, that the US has been very gradually buying back our debt bonds from Russia and China. Hmmm

Wonder how we can afford to do that deal at this time? Hmmmmm ~ Sunkissed

Samson » November 2nd, 2018

Who owns the gold? .. The most ten countries possessing metal around the world

2nd November, 2018

The list of countries with the most possession of gold as one of its global reserves with little changes, as the top ten maintained their status

According to the World Gold Council's recent report, the United States still maintains the world's largest reserves of precious metal

Central banks have 33.695 thousand tons of gold through their reserves

However, with regard to the purchase of gold central banks , Russia, Kazakhstan and Turkey are the most buying of precious metals during the third quarter of this year

The top 10 gold possession states

Nine more countries are still on the top 10 list of gold holdings by the end of October

The IMF is the only institution in the most gold-holding category, which means that India is excluded from the list with 579.9 tonnes or 5.5 percent of the total reserves of the Central Bank of India

​The list of most US gold producers topped 8133.5 tonnes, accounting for 73.4 percent of the country's total reserves

While Germany came second with 3369.7 tons of gold or 68.8% of its reserves, followed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which has 2,814 tons of gold in its possession

Italy and France ranked fourth and fifth with 2451.8 tons and 2436 tonnes respectively, accounting for 65.1% and 59.1% of their total reserves

After the trend in Russia to buy gold, the metal accounted for about 16.9% of its reserves with a holding of 2036.2 tons, making it the sixth largest list

China accounted for 1841.3 tons of yellow gold, or about 2.2% of its reserves

Switzerland was in eighth position with 1040.1 tons, or 5 percent of its total reserves, about 275 tonnes below the ninth position, which Japan holds with a total of 765.2 tons of gold, accounting for 2.3 percent of reserves

The Netherlands holds the list of adults with 612.5 tons of gold representing 65.5% of its total reserves

Arab States' possession of gold

Saudi Arabia, the largest Arab country, has acquired gold with 323.1 tons of gold or 7.7% of its total reserves, but also ranks No. 16 globally

For the second place in the Arab region was for Lebanon, where gold accounts for 19.5% of its total reserves or 286.8 tons of precious metal, but it is ranked 17th in the world

Algeria ranked third in the Arab world and ranked 24th globally with 173.6 tons of gold accounting for 7.1% of its total reserves

The fourth, fifth and sixth places were Arab, with Libya, Iraq and Kuwait owning 116.6 tons, 89.8 tons, 79 tons of gold, or 5.3%, 6.3% and 7.6% of their total reserves, respectively

However, Libya is ranked 23rd in the world, while Iraq and Kuwait are ranked No. 37 and 38 on the world list

Egypt ranked seventh in the Arab world with 77.4 tons of gold or nearly 6.8% of all its reserves, but it is ranked number 40 globally

Jordan has 43.5 tonnes of gold or 11.4 percent of its reserves, ranking eighth in the Arab world and 48 in the world

Qatar and Syria ranked 9th and 10th place on Arab countries with 31.3 tons, 25.8 tons, 4.4% and 5.6% of their total reserves, respectively, to be ranked 55th and 56th in the world

The UAE ranked No. 74 globally but ranked 11th with 7.5 tons of yellow metal or 0.3% of its total reserves

Tunisia, Bahrain, Morocco, 78, 82 and 85 worldwide, and from 12 to 14 in the Arab region with 6.8 tons, 4.7 tons and 3.3 tons, respectively

Yemen's gold reserves stood at 1.6 tons or 1.2% of all its reserves, ranking 96th globally and the last being Arab LINK

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