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Post by RamblerNash on Tue Sep 03, 2019 11:10 pm

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 [via xyz]   [what's the difference if the floating take an year to 1000%, which you call gradual vs 1000% in a month?]  technically there is no difference but the pace and rate is set by the CBI. I don't know if they could reduce the money supply that fast.  I think 6 months is realistic at a min.



Several good articles...over the holiday weekend...talks about the upcoming parliament session. Over 150 laws that need to be passed including Oil & Gas law.   


[via xyz]   [what's the difference if the floating take an year to 1000%, which you call gradual vs 1000% in a month?]  technically there is no difference but the pace and rate is set by the CBI. I don't know if they could reduce the money supply that fast.  I think 6 months is realistic at a min.


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Post by Jayzze on Thu Sep 05, 2019 12:02 am

pepperoni stick to making pizzas if you knew one tenth of what of what you think you know you would be dangerous
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