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    Wink CBI faces problem of the shortage of foreign currency

    Experts: Central Bank faces the problem of the shortage of foreign currency and claiming to reassure customers


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    Experts in economic affairs said that Iraqi banks began to suffer a shortage of liquidity in foreign currency (dollar), while the expected rise in the dollar's exchange rate against the devaluation of the dinar as a result of stopping the auction currency, grumbling banking customers of non-receipt of money deposited by the dollar, stressing that handed over the money Dinars expose them to significant losses.


    The expert in economic affairs Ahmed Fahmy in an interview for the "long" "The decision to stop the currency auction can be exploited in a positive way by the Central Bank and the Iraqi government," noting that "the implementation of the resolution correctly is not easy, because we must limit the dollar and not to take it out of the market and thus strengthen the Iraqi dinar. "
    Fahmi added by saying that "the central bank's decision can be applied correctly in case of spending pressure and reduce the affidavits and incidentals are not to the dollar significantly."
    He pointed out that "the Central Bank to develop appropriate plans for the success of the decision," but he also said that "to stop the auction may have significant disadvantages, due to increased demand for the dollar, because the bank had pumped $ 50 million a day in the auction, which may make the dollar rises against the price of the dinar, which leads to the Iraqi currency affected significantly. "
    He Fahmi said that "the main objective of this step is to limit the hard currency by the central bank, especially after twice the price of the dinar during the past few days," expected to "decline the central bank for its decision in the case of the Iraqi economy negatively affected due to stop the auction of the currency."
    In the same vein, said an expert on economic affairs Maytham Laibi "long", that "the banks to take such measures in emergency situations when facing a shortage of liquidity in foreign currencies," noting that "the Iraqi banks started having these problems because of the reduction of central bank sales of the dollar ".
    He also added that "the lack of distribution of financial dollar amounts have negative effects on customers and lead to an imbalance in the banking system, and weakens the confidence of individuals in the banking system and generates a panic, and lead to significant financial withdrawals, so the reserves become inadequate, especially since these banks operating funds of others do not owns that money, which leads to market instability, in addition to a state of non-confidence in the banks leads to citizens not to deposit their money in banks in the future. "
    He called Laibi banks dealing in foreign currency to be "assured its customers, it can Tkst amounts customers, and that the money owed by banks and found that the Ptksatha possible for customers."
    For his part, sees expert Ahmad Atwani told the "term" that "sudden decision carries a lot of risk to the Iraqi citizens and the economy in general," noting that "the central bank issued a decision on the pretext of its limited foreign exchange to finance foreign trade."
    He Atwani said that "the decision was made to shift from exchange rate policy directed to a free exchange rate policy," stressing that "the new policy adopted by the Central does not fit in with the nature of the stage through which the Iraqi economy, because domestic demand for foreign currency (dollar) growing in the local market. " He pointed out that "demand for the dollar will appear in the parallel market for foreign currency, so the increase in cases of speculation and lead to a large fluctuation in the value of the Iraqi dinar, and the transition from the state of stability in the local currency, and this volatility will impact on the low standard of living of individuals through high commodity prices and services. "
    The expert continued that "the decision to stop the currency market will create a huge gap between the prices of locally produced goods and imported goods prices, the central bank will not succeed in implementing the decision in a positive way, but if used in a strict policy controls on foreign exchange." In turn, Mohammed al-Hassani said, one dealing with the North Bank "The bank refused to hand over the money in dollars for clients with the bank for the second day in a row on the grounds that the bank no longer receives (the dollar) from the Central Bank of Iraq," noting that "a trader with a bank that has deposited his money dollar would be a great loss teams currency received his money when the Iraqi dinar. "
    He added by saying that "the ordinary citizen is the biggest aggrieved of this process," calling on the central bank and the specialized agencies to "reverse the decision to cancel the auction currency because of its negative effects on the Iraqi market and citizens."
    The Central Bank of Iraq (February 21, 2015) stop working ERA Bank and the adoption of the banking system as being responsible for foreign remittances.
    The governor of the Central Bank of the relationship, in a press statement "was finalized a new formula and leave the old ways, coupled with certain conditions can not remain governor at the central bank, which has the functions and tasks and activities of a large and important for the national economy," noting that it is not true that remains central busily selling the currency like ATM daily basis. "

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    this may force their hand - excellent

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    "In turn, Mohammed al-Hassani said, one dealing with the North Bank "The bank refused to hand over the money in dollars for clients with the bank for the second day in a row on the grounds that the bank no longer receives (the dollar) from the Central Bank of Iraq," noting that "a trader with a bank that has deposited his money dollar would be a great loss teams currency received his money when the Iraqi dinar. "

    It's good to see Iraq finally address the issue of de-dollarizing in an attempt to force Iraqis to start dealing in their own currency. They have assumed the start would be rough, but at least they're starting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dinar_dude View Post
    "In turn, Mohammed al-Hassani said, one dealing with the North Bank "The bank refused to hand over the money in dollars for clients with the bank for the second day in a row on the grounds that the bank no longer receives (the dollar) from the Central Bank of Iraq," noting that "a trader with a bank that has deposited his money dollar would be a great loss teams currency received his money when the Iraqi dinar. "

    It's good to see Iraq finally address the issue of de-dollarizing in an attempt to force Iraqis to start dealing in their own currency. They have assumed the start would be rough, but at least they're starting.

    So play this out ... US $ becomes scarce forcing Iraqis to use the IQD for transactions - supply and demand - value of the US $ rises in Iraq - IQD value stays stable ? Or initially drops then stabilizes - anyone see it rising permanently ? it will definitely see more IQD in circulation - not sure that equates to a rise in value - need to think this out ..... maybe I'm missing something ?

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    Not just the use of IQD in Iraq, but also potentially its use on the world exchange, under the "new mechanism" of foreign remittance. It's not clear how this is supposed to play out, and I think the Iraqis are watching cautiously as well. I think that with the introduction of the IQD to the world stage, we'll see its value rise gradually as it is traded.

    Quote Originally Posted by ChinaGirl View Post
    So play this out ... US $ becomes scarce forcing Iraqis to use the IQD for transactions - supply and demand - value of the US $ rises in Iraq - IQD value stays stable ? Or initially drops then stabilizes - anyone see it rising permanently ? it will definitely see more IQD in circulation - not sure that equates to a rise in value - need to think this out ..... maybe I'm missing something ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dinar_dude View Post
    Not just the use of IQD in Iraq, but also potentially its use on the world exchange, under the "new mechanism" of foreign remittance. It's not clear how this is supposed to play out, and I think the Iraqis are watching cautiously as well. I think that with the introduction of the IQD to the world stage, we'll see its value rise gradually as it is traded.
    true...if it hits the FX market and day traders etc. can play with it we may have a winner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dinar_dude View Post
    Not just the use of IQD in Iraq, but also potentially its use on the world exchange, under the "new mechanism" of foreign remittance. It's not clear how this is supposed to play out, and I think the Iraqis are watching cautiously as well. I think that with the introduction of the IQD to the world stage, we'll see its value rise gradually as it is traded.

    I believe the original plan was to distribute large amounts of NID to various central banks as a foreign reserve currency, (which was done during Bush era) and when the NID goes up, all participating banks gain in reserve value. They are happy, and willing to keep these reserves to back their wealth, while Iraq now has adequate reserves spread throughout the world to back a higher value. Everybody wins.

    When comes time to monetize, or cash in; governments can purchase oil with dinars they got basically for free, while Iraq has inherent value in their currency, along with cash flow at the higher rate for oil they get out of the ground regardless of the value of the dinar.
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    Or maybe

    Or ISIS has gotten its scummy hands on so much IQD the Country can not afford to keep handing out USD for stolen IQD to be laundered. I assume people realize Iraq will need to put out a new currency regardless of a lop or not, as a result of what is and has happed over there. That will probably be when the Kurds officially break off also. So now we are looking at an eventual currency exchange and nation split. Let the bashing begin.
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    If they can make money doing it they will. A connection?

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    Ukraine doing the same - to raise the value of it's currency - could be a good sign in Iraq ... ??

    Ukraine stops banks buying foreign currency for clients until Feb. 28

    Feb 25 (Reuters) - Ukraine's central bank said on Wednesday it would prevent commercial banks from buying foreign currency for clients until Feb. 28.Ukraine's hryvnia currency has plunged this year, and also fell sharply in 2014, as the country tries to fund fighting against pro-Russian rebels in its east and reform an economy plundered by years of corruption. (Reporting by Natalia Zinets, writing by Elizabeth Piper, editing by Timothy Heritage)

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/...0VZ11I20150225

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