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RV Intel/Thoughts/News - All Posts for December 9, 2016

Below is a list of all of the content posted for Friday, December 9, 2016. This will be useful for those of you who may have missed somethin...

Friday, October 7, 2016

"November 1st" - Fri. PM KTFA Thoughts/News

KTFA

Jay
 » October 7th, 2016


Family... The financial RULERS OF THE WORLD ARE AT THIS MEETING...

What could they be discussing ...???

Just an observation here: Starting today we have the world banking leaders meeting in DC.
3 to 4 weeks ago there was an article stating that Iraq would be meeting with the IMF on these dates (oct 7 to 9th) to discuss the progress on the SBA loans.

Today, as was stated earlier, there is no mention of Iraq being at these meetings. Add to that, Iraq called a holiday for Sunday. Not saying anything about a date, but it does make you wonder why...All imo.

Walkingstick
 » October 7th, 2016

IMF, World Bank to Hold Annual Meetings on Oct. 7-9 in Washington, DC

The Boards of Governors, the highest decision-making body of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the World Bank Group (WBG) will gather in Washington, DC on Friday to participate in their annual meetings.

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The annual meetings of the IMF and the WBG that will last through Sunday will bring together the most influential people in the world of global finance, such as the heads of central banking systems, finance ministers and prominent economists
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Within the framework of the annual events, Washington, DC is expected to be a venue for numerous seminars, conferences and briefings aimed at the discussion of problems related to the global economy, as well as economic development and the eradication of poverty.

Read more: https://sputniknews.com/world/20161007/1046084183/imf-world-bank.html

Jay
 » October 7th, 2016

So with the explanation of a secondary mkt that WS posted for us, the question is... what will the interest be for incoming investors as to dictate the demand and pricing of these stocks/bonds etc

Imo...and i'm no invester that the demand will be extremely high. But ONLY IF IRAQ INCREASES THE VALUE OF THEIR CURRENCY.

If its started prior to a value increase then I suspect the investment interest will be marginal at best.

All IMO. LETS HOPE AND PRAY FOR THE INCREASE IN VALUE FIRST.

IMO...THIS STARTING ON NOVEMBER 1ST IS VERY VERY INTERESTING. FURTHER MORE...WHY IN THE WORLD WOULD THEY POST THIS ARTICLE IF INCREASING THE VALUE FIRST WAS NOT THE PLAN?

AS TEACHER SAYS....WHY TELL US..
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Walkingstick
 » October 7th, 2016

Across Iraq in the next Regular market in November

Direct: Governors of the Iraq Securities Commission and the Council approved the transfer of a bank across Iraq ( BTRI ), from the second market and is included in theformal market Market Iraq Stock Exchange.

The FDA approval came after the bank met the requirement to determine the number of shareholders not to at least 100 shareholders, and identified the body start of regular trading the stock market to be on 1 November.

The bank 's profit fell in the second quarter of the current, increased by 73.3%, to reach 919 million dinars, compared to the same period last year , amounting to 3.44 billion dinars.

http://www.mubasher.info/news/.....ews%29

Walkingstick » October 7th, 2016

Note: Iraq Bonds and Securities:

What is a 'Secondary Market'

The secondary market is where investors buy and sell securities they already own. It is what most people typically think of as the "stock market," though stocks are also sold on the primary market when they are first issued. The national exchanges, such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the NASDAQ, are secondary markets.

BREAKING DOWN 'Secondary Market'


Though stocks are one of the most commonly traded securities, there are also other types of secondary markets. For example, investment banks and corporate and individual investors buy and sell mutual funds and bonds on secondary markets. Entities such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac also purchase mortgages on a secondary market.

Transactions that occur on the secondary market are termed secondary simply because they are one step removed from the transaction that originally created the securities in question. For example, a financial institution writes a mortgage for a consumer, creating the mortgage security. The bank can then sell it to Fannie Mae on the secondary market in a secondary transaction.

Primary vs. Secondary Markets


It is important to understand the distinction between the secondary market and the primary market. When a company issues stock or bonds for the first time and sells those securities directly to investors, that transaction occurs on the primary market. Some of the most common and well-publicized primary market transactions are IPOs, or initial public offerings. During an IPO, a primary market transaction occurs between the purchasing investor and the investment bank underwriting the IPO. Any proceeds from the sale of shares of stock on the primary market go to the company that issued the stock, after accounting for the bank's administrative fees.

If these initial investors later decide to sell their stake in the company, they can do so on the secondary market. Any transactions on the secondary market occur between investors, and the proceeds of each sale go to the selling investor, not to the company that issued the stock or to the underwriting bank.

Secondary Market Pricing

Primary market prices are often set beforehand, while prices in the secondary market are determined by the basic forces of supply and demand. If the majority of investors believe a stock will increase in value and rush to buy it, the stock's price will typically rise. If a company loses favor with investors or fails to post sufficient earnings, its stock price declines as demand for that security dwindles.

http://www.investopedia.com/te.....market.asp

What is a 'Primary Market'

A primary market issues new securities on an exchange for companies, governments and other groups to obtain financing through debt-based or equity-based securities. Primary markets are facilitated by underwriting groups consisting of investment banks that set a beginning price range for a given security and oversee its sale to investors. Once the initial sale is complete, further trading is conducted on thesecondary market, where the bulk of exchange trading occurs each day.

BREAKING DOWN 'Primary Market'

Companies and government entities sell new issues of common and preferred stock, corporate bonds, and government bonds, notes, and bills on the primary market to fund business improvements or expand operations. Although an investment bank may set the securities' initial price and receive a fee for facilitating sales, most of the funding goes to the issuer. Investors typically pay less for securities on the primary market than on the secondary market.

Example of Primary Market Selling

In June 2016, the Republic of Argentina announced it was selling $2.75 billion worth of debt in a two-part U.S. dollar bond sale. Funding was going toward liability management purposes. Joint underwriters included Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse.

YPF, an Argentine oil company, announced it was offering peso-linked, U.S. dollar-denominated 2020 bonds worth $750 million. The senior unsecured notes were being marketed with no registration rights, listed in Luxembourg and governed by New York law.

Costera, a Colombian road concessionaire, announced a dual-currency bond sale. Funding would cover construction expenses and related costs for the Concesion Cartegena Barranquilla Project. The bonds were listed in Luxembourg and governed by New York law. The main underwriter was Goldman Sachs and co-manager was Scotiabank.

http://www.investopedia.com/terms/p/primarymarket.asp

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