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Breitling: "the CBI can revalue their currency anytime they want without parliament saying anything" (So TNT Tony Is Wrong? LOL) 5/22/20 DinarDailyUpdates?bg=330099&fg=FFFFFF&anim=1

Breitling: "the CBI can revalue their currency anytime they want without parliament saying anything" (So TNT Tony Is Wrong? LOL) 5/22/20

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Post by RamblerNash on Fri May 22, 2020 9:16 pm

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...the CBI went to the IMF a long time ago with the parliament and said we want to get the Iraqi dinar to a $1.17... That was the proposal.  That's what they wanted and the whole world knows about it.  It's out there.  The other part of that is the CBI can revalue their currency anytime they want without parliament saying anything...the parliament wants the CBI to add value to the currency - correctly though.  They're not begging them to do it, they just want them to do it correctly.  The debate is the policy on how to do that...The CBI can add value to the currency any damn time they want...it's starting to narrow down and it's kind of remarkable...


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Post by Sam I Am on Fri May 22, 2020 9:36 pm

"the CBI can revalue their currency anytime they want without parliament saying anything"

He's right about that, but he's wrong in his belief that the CBI wants to revalue.  Their policy since 2003 has been exchange rate stability and except for the 26 month period from Oct. 2006-Jan. 2009 that's what they've followed.  The only reason they revalued from 2006-2009 was to bring the rate of inflation down.  Unless inflation becomes an issue again don't expect to see any revaluation, and even then don't expect it to be enough to make anybody rich.  Breitling is a moron.

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