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Post by Ponee on Fri Apr 19, 2019 11:12 am

Newshound Guru Adam Montana  



   ...on the list of items "coming up soon" is Ramadan. This is a big part of the timing... we're either going to see an RV before Ramadan, or after Ramadan.  I've maintained for years that no RV will happen during Ramadan, and that hasn't changed.


  Ramadan comes early this time around - May 5 to June 4, according to google.  Show me HCL news in the next week and I think we're looking at a big surprise...






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Iran and Iraq are friendlier than I like, but that's an emotional opinion rather than a business one. Iran is in a geographical position to be beneficial to Iraq, and Iraq does have a large percentage of it's population that is sympathetic to Iran, so some buddying up is to be expected and will not prevent or delay a restructuring or revaluing of their currency. 

 Iran is handicapped by sanctions at the moment, so they are of less help than they would be otherwise.  Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, is not crippled at all.

 They are powerful, in good graces on many accounts, and are getting friendlier with Iraq than they have in the past. Since Iran is not the most capable ally to Iraq, does it surprise anyone that PM Abadi is in Saudi Arabia today...discussing trade, policy, and OIL? 

Abadi is currently on day 1 of a 2 day visit. 

I am crossing my fingers for some solid progress as a result of the things I've just mentioned.  

 I think we're going to see HCL news quicker than they are letting on.

 There was a bit of suspense regarding Iraqi Parliamentary activity today. The Financial Management aspect was pushed off, but I don't see that as a major factor.


The other 5 matters were attended to, from what we can tell...5 out of 6 is a huge improvement over what we used to see out of Parliament!  


 This is just another testament to the progress Iraq has made and continues to make. Oil...I know I don't have to harp on this, but oil is a big deal and Iraq is focused heavily. 


In fact, OIL wasn't even officially on the agenda for today's Parliament votes, yet it was still a heavy matter of discussion.  I'm reading into that part. 


It wasn't even on the official agenda, but it was a major point of discussion.


 The goal, as stated by all reports, is to get affairs in order quickly. 


That makes sense to me, and I'm keeping a keen eye on things.  To add to that thought, let's consider the current global situations of two other countries that are relevant to Iraq's progression: Iran and Saudi Arabia...


 Iran and Iraq are friendlier than I like, but that's an emotional opinion rather than a business one. Iran is in a geographical position to be beneficial to Iraq, and Iraq does have a large percentage of it's population that is sympathetic to Iran, so some buddying up is to be expected and will not prevent or delay a restructuring or revaluing of their currency. 


Iran is handicapped by sanctions at the moment, so they are of less help than they would be otherwise.  Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, is not crippled at all. 


They are powerful, in good graces on many accounts, and are getting friendlier with Iraq than they have in the past. Since Iran is not the most capable ally to Iraq, does it surprise anyone that PM Abadi is in Saudi Arabia today...discussing trade, policy, and OIL? Abadi is currently on day 1 of a 2 day visit. I am crossing my fingers for some solid progress as a result of the things I've just ment




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