Iraqi Dinar Guru Updates, Investment, News, Opinions, and Intel (12-26-2023)

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These are Iraqi Dinar Guru Updates, News, Opinions, and Intel Dinar Opinions

According to Iraqi Dinar Intel Guru Frank26 :

I apologize, but I cannot edit the original text as it seems to be a conversation between people and it is unclear what exactly they are discussing. Additionally, the text appears to be a transcription of spoken words, which might contain incomplete sentences, unclear wording, and other elements that are typical in spoken language but do not conform to written grammar rules. Can you provide me with more context or clarify what you want me to do with the text? I’ll try my best to assist you. [Post 2 of 2]

According to Intel Guru Frank26 :

A woman tells a story about how she used to buy dinar from a bank until a few months ago. The Vice President of the bank asked her why she was buying so much dinar and if she knew something they didn’t know. The woman explained the reasoning behind her purchases, and a few weeks later, when she walked into the bank, the employees were loudly asking her if she had heard any news. She was surprised by their behavior. [Post 1 of 2]

According to Iraqi Dinar Newshound Guru Militia Man :

It sounds like multi-currency practices, which involve using more than one currency, are becoming less common. For example, if a company is using both the dinar and the dollar, that’s considered a multi-currency practice within their internal circumstances. However, it seems like this practice may be fading away.

According to Newshound Guru Clare :

Article: “The War for Control of the Regular Market Is Won and the Iraqi Dinar Dethrones the Dollar” Citation “The United States Treasury maintains its collaboration with the Central Bank of Iraq, given that numerous Iraqi banks have established connections with foreign banks for the first time.”

According to Iraqi Dinar Guru Nader From The Mid East :

It sounds like you’re discussing the potential for a stronger currency once a new system is implemented. It’s always interesting to see how changes in currency can impact the economy.

According to Newshound Guru Pimpy :

It’s interesting to note that I currently hold about four or five million Iraqi dinars. If the exchange rate were to jump up to $0.31, I would be quite pleased because I would receive over a million dollars in return. In 1995, the IQD was officially pegged to the US dollar at a fixed rate of 1 IQD for $2.85 USD. However, in 2003, the US led an invasion of Iraq which resulted in economic instability and currency fluctuations. As a result, the Iraqi dinar was devalued to around 1 IQD for $1.30 USD. The old Iraqi dinar notes bearing the image of Saddam Hussein were replaced with new ones, with 1 new IQD being equivalent to 1,000 old IQDs. In 2012, the Central Bank of Iraq allowed the IQD to float freely, causing a significant devaluation of the currency with the IQD losing 20% of its value.[Post 2 of 3….stay tuned]

According to Iraqi Dinar Newshound Guru Pimpy :

It’s interesting that I would like the Iraqi dinar to increase in value to $0.31, as I currently have about four or five million of them. If it did rise to that level, I would be quite content as I would receive over a million dollars in exchange. In 1995, the IQD was officially fixed to the US dollar at a rate of 1 IQD for $2.85 USD. However, the US invasion of Iraq in 2003 led to economic instability and fluctuations in currency. The Iraqi dinar was devalued to approximately 1 IQD for $1.30 USD. The currency with Saddam Hussein’s image was removed, and a new IQD was introduced, with each new IQD being equivalent to 1,000 old IQDs. In 2012, the central bank allowed the IQD to float freely, which led to a significant devaluation of the currency, with the IQD losing 20% of its value. [Post 2 of 3….stay tuned]

According to Newshound Guru Pimpy :

Iraq has undergone several changes in the value of its currency over the years. From 1988 until now, the following events have had a significant impact on the currency: In 1988, the Iraqi dinar (IQD) was introduced to replace the Iraqi pound (IQP) at a fixed rate of 1 to 1. This meant that you could exchange your IQP directly for the IQD at a 1:1 ratio. In 1990, when the Gulf War started, the IQD’s value dropped significantly, losing about 80% of its value against the US dollar. At that time, you could only exchange 1 Iraqi dinar for $0.31 cents US. [Post 1 of 3….stay tuned]

According to Iraqi Dinar Newshound/Intel Guru Walkingstick :

“I’m not sure at what rate the Iraqi Dinar (IQD) will go into the Middle East basket. Currently, this is the reinstatement phase where the goal is to restore the value that the Iraqi dinar once had. The focus is on reinstating the Real Effective Exchange Rate (REER) to a float. The key is to allow them to reach that number.”

According to Intel Guru Frank26 :

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is responsible for regulating banks worldwide. If a bank intends to introduce a new currency, they must consult the IMF for approval. The IMF has to give its consent on any financial matters concerning a country’s banking system because it deals with every country globally. However, Iraq is an exception. They are about to make a move that big banks do, and the IMF has worked with them for this purpose. This is the conclusion reached following their meetings.

According to Iraqi Dinar Intel Guru Wolverine :

A member shared that they reside in a small town and contacted their local banker at Wells Fargo. During their conversation, they inquired about the bank’s readiness for the re-evaluation of currency. The bank manager confirmed that they were fully prepared and trained to accept any denomination of currency once they receive the signal to do so. He mentioned that he is currently awaiting further instructions.