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    Iraqi Dinar trading on Forex

    Thoughts anyone. Go to barchart.com. Look on the left and click on Forex rates. Look on left side again and click on All Forex Markets. Scroll down and click on Iraqi Dinars. If I read this right, IQD's are now traded.

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    http://www.barchart.com/forex/Iraq_Dinars/allrates.php?sym=^IQD

    Well IQD on the up !!!

    now at 1137 from 1166 per USD

    ( http://www.barchart.com/quotes/forex...nars/%5EUSDIQD )

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    but yahoo and xe both still have USD/IQD at circa 1166

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    On hold here:

    1 – rates are for October 24, 2014

    http://exchange-rates.org/MajorRates/ByRegion/M
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    cbi.iq still at circa 1166 per usd

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    Am I starting to see a pattern here on the graph USD/IQD starting to level of over a period of time , been visiting the site daily and see the effects of the Green zone breeches to demonstrations in business areas reflected on the graph . www.forex.tradingcharts.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by SonofJJ View Post
    Thoughts anyone. Go to barchart.com. Look on the left and click on Forex rates. Look on left side again and click on All Forex Markets. Scroll down and click on Iraqi Dinars. If I read this right, IQD's are now traded.

    I believe what you are looking at is nothing but a currency tracker. It doesn't means that the currency is actually traded at the open market because it is not yet.

    Please refer to the FOREX website.... http://www.forex.com/searchresults?q=IQD&c=Website

    No trying to rain on your parade....but simply to keep things straight....


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    (Still) 1106.37 on XE.com

    Quote Originally Posted by SonofJJ View Post
    Thoughts anyone. Go to barchart.com. Look on the left and click on Forex rates. Look on left side again and click on All Forex Markets. Scroll down and click on Iraqi Dinars. If I read this right, IQD's are now traded.

    Don't know if it's actually traded internationally yet, but I check XE every day, and it's been 1106.37 for a long time.

    Personally I wouldn't mind if they just dropped it onto the market as it is, and let it float upwards gradually, as I believe it would due to market forces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheZeppyWanderer View Post
    Don't know if it's actually traded internationally yet, but I check XE every day, and it's been 1106.37 for a long time.

    Personally I wouldn't mind if they just dropped it onto the market as it is, and let it float upwards gradually, as I believe it would due to market forces.
    It is not traded in the open market yet...
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    I don't like rumors, but something is quietly happening with the dinar being accessible to international business. It is now on all the currency rate sites, and is being traded at a very limited level. When we hear banks like Citi openly stating to help banks enter the international world, the conversations can only be about one thing, and that is the dinar. When it does happen, it will be very quiet, and only people like us will know about it. It will not be on major media, and for us that is a good thing.
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