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IQD RV Update with mike: "I'm All for the Float"

Article quote:

"The float of the dinar that reduces pressure on the central bank in relation to the size of the foreign currency reserves..."

For me, the float is a great idea, after they've moved to Article VIII. There won't be any demand for the dinar until it's internationally recognized and accepted.

...just look at the street rate vs official rate as it stands today, there's a 9% spread. Once Iraqi's can buy Turkish tomatoes with the dinar, demand will increase. There are many in the GOI who are all for the float today because they know it will probably drop to somewhere between 1400 and 1500-$1 and it will result in lower costs for payroll etc.

I think Iraq's reserves are around $50 billion, M0 money supply is at least 30 trillion dinars and when you add in the ISX and other things, the M0 is roughly 60 trillion dinars, or a ballpark of 30-60 billion dollars worth of dinar at the 1182 rate. But what happens if you raise the rate to say 0.10? Now, that same 30 trillion dinar is worth $3 trillion dollars, that's nowhere close to 150% coverage of the curency in reserves. I'm all for the float but hopefully Iraq will get the currency into Article VIII first. 

mike (Currency Chatter)

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