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Post by Ssmith on Thu Nov 15, 2018 10:03 am

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IdahoUSA:
THE JOURNEY THROUGH DINARLAND IS FOREVER CHANGING …..NO ONE CAN PREDICT THE DATES, EXACT CURRENCY RATES, or FINAL OUTCOME …..JUST KNOW IT WILL HAPPEN AND WE WILL ALL LEARN THE OUTCOME TOGETHER

RedBaron:
Just to help everyone out, fyi, per CNBC.com, Oil closed today at $66.00 / brl, not $55 as was stated on today's call. That's a 20% difference to the upside from $55 so that could be a nice positive impact to the Dinar RV.... That is the Brent Crude index which the middle east countries use.

Harambe:
Bloomberg: Zimbabwe's Prices Surge at Fastest Pace Since Hyperinflation Era


(11/13/18)

Zimbabwean consumer prices surged at their fastest pace since a hyperinflationary spiral a decade ago.

Inflation accelerated to 20.9 percent in October, from 5.4 percent in the previous month, the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency said in a statement emailed Tuesday. The price of food, which contributes a third to the inflation basket, surged 27 percent from a year earlier.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-13/zimbabwe-s-prices-surge-at-fastest-pace-since-hyperinflation-era

LounDebNC:
wow, so much misery could be avoided if the PTB would just let it RV?
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