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 » September 3rd, 2016

Now, what this tells me is that Iraq can now play ball on this new ball field..., I mean platform. What it also tells me is that new currency values are being used on the IEX, IMO.

 » September 3rd, 2016

IEX grabs attention in Wall Street debut: first full day of trading

Sept 2/16

Wall Street’s “speed bump” hit the markets on Friday — ironically, one of the slowest trading days of the year.

IEX, the exchange upstart featured in Michael Lewis’ bestselling “Flash Boys,” had its first full day of trading all major listed stocks.

It captured about 1.4 percent of the stock market, making it the ninth-largest exchange by volume.

“We just finished a toast of champagne,” said Ronan Ryan, IEX’s president.

IEX took about two weeks to do a full rollout, starting out with just two stocks on Aug. 19. A few days later, it experienced a small glitch — a delay between some data feeds — that was patched the next day.

The exchange, led by Chief Executive Brad Katsuyama, incorporates a 350-microsecond delay, or “speed bump,” that aims to level the trading field and prevent superfast traders from jumping the line.

That controversial feature sparked a Wall Street war. Exchange rivals like the Nasdaq and the New York Stock Exchange, as well as high-speed trading outfits, tried to derail IEX’s application to become a public exchange operator.


 » September 3rd, 2016

Look at the use of language in this article. "Forceful" "Urgent".. That sort of language for the IMF is unprecedented and has very profound implications. Notice that the IEX is now on line. Keep in mind who all is going DIGITAL. It is not just IRAQ!

Funny thing to notice on a separate note. Sistani says in the news today that Eid Alhada starts next week on Monday, yet they use the 12th as it being next Monday.

We all know Iraq means Next as in This coming. So I call BS on the Article and if we re call I mentioned there was an article that suggested in the first days of Sept we could see the budget before the 10th like Abadi said.. imo

Saturday, September 03, 2016

IMF Urges Action to Revive World Economy

The head of the International Monetary Fund has called on global leaders to take “forceful”action to revive the world economy, sounding a stark warning ahead of the G20 summit.

Christine Lagarde, the IMF managing director, said that as of 2016, global economic growth had stagnated for five years below the 3.7% average that prevailed between 1990 and 2007, AFP reported.

“Not since the early 1990s... has the world economy been so weak for such a long time,” Lagarde said in a note issued to coincide with the start of the summit.

The Group of 20 summit is due to convene in Hangzhou, China beginning Sunday amid a climate of sluggish growth and global uncertainty.

Lagarde said the world’s economies faced a potentially toxic mix of low long-term growth and rising inequality, creating political temptations to populism and raised trade barriers.

But analysts say the G20 summit is unlikely to achieve a breakthrough, given that it occurs in the absence of a crisis which could prod governments to take action.

Lagarde said the world faced a “low-growth trap”—high debt, weak demand, eroding work forces and labor skills, weakening incentives for investment and slowing productivity.

In a report on global economic conditions for G20 members, IMF economists said US growth would likely be weaker than previously expected in 2016.

In its G20 report, the IMF said G20 leaders in 2014 had pledged to raise their collective GDP by 2% by 2018. But, as of 2016, member countries had carried out only 55% of the commitments they made then, demonstrating a “lack of determined policy action.”

“More progress is urgent,” the report said, calling also for new fiscal and monetary policies to support growth, such as public investment in education, more equitable tax-benefit regimes and reducing private-sector debts.

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 » September 3rd, 2016

Oh also imo we are still on tract for being able to get flush in the fiscal year and make bank in the physical year



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