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Kaperoni: "Not true. You do not understand how monetary policy works"

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Kaperoni: "Not true. You do not understand how monetary policy works"

Post  RamblerNash on Thu Nov 29, 2018 10:57 pm

Michael Kaperoni‏ 
@kaperoni
 Nov 28


Only when the dinar begins to rise gradually can the money supply be reduced. Do not listen to guru nonsense. Stick to truth, facts.


Daniel Quintana‏ 

@idandidit
 8h8 hours ago


Replying to 
@kaperoni

Iraq has no plans on letting it rise. Their goal is to keep it stable in a weak position.

Michael Kaperoni‏ 
@kaperoni
 2h2 hours ago


Michael Kaperoni Retweeted Daniel Quintana
Not true. You do not understand how monetary policy works. Listen in next week on our year-end conference call.


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Several local economists last month advised the government to devalue the dong to keep exports competitive amid the devaluation of the yuan and other regional currencies.


“The general consensus is to maintain macroeconomic stability, better manage inflation, improve the confidence of the society, of the market and of businesses,” Phuc said.


http://www.dinardaily.net/t78668-vietnam-pm-says-to-limit-dong-devaluation-at-2-pct-this-year


Now apply that to Iraq, or any other country...
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