International report: eyes of investors in world on Iraqi dinar!!
International report: the eyes of investors in the world on the Iraqi dinar!!
Created on Mon, 09 June 2012 08: 20
In currency markets, the world economic forums, focused eyes investors new conditions for Iraqi dinars.
According to the economic report, published in London, hot debates on whether if the dinar now (opportunity investment) better, or worse, to buy emerging currencies.
In the face of this transformation launched a Sterling currency, a news site, aims to obtain information from reliable sources to protect their customers which publishes rumours and misinformation regarding Iraqi dinars.
While the site is to provide integrity and transparency (when selling and buying), all investors around the world, consider that there are more than that before you decide to purchase, including political, economic and security conditions in Iraq, adding to the (volatile) in the foreign exchange market.
And investors-as the report-to accurate, fair and not misleading to confront what they call (daily price fluctuations) to Iraqi dinar.
Investors take decisions difficult if buying hard currency-including the Iraqi dinar as a result of fear of entering this market.
There are many currency traders whose reputation spreads malicious rumors or misinformation aimed at earning.
The report emphasizes in this context that avoid falling victim to these scams. He says that investors spend some time making sure that the merchant who displays currency adheres to international standards, before taking the decision to purchase currency, that sells real currency, and provides guarantee recovery of funds ... He has a long history and ongoing work.
And not covered by a boycott from the secret services which oversees currency in the United States, Britain, Canada and other countries.
"we aspire in the near future to the return of Iraqi dinar to what it was in the seventies and the beginning eighties against the dollar" - Dr. Shabibi
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