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(Note: The TETELESTAI post is the official "Go" for redemption/exchange.)

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Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of April 23, 2018

Restored Republic via a GCR Update as of April 23 2018 Compiled 12:01 am EDT 23 April 2018 by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, ret. CEO, Child Ab...

Monday, April 24, 2017

UN Operational Rates of Exchange, What Does it Mean?

UN Operational Rates of Exchange

The rates of currency exchange otherwise called the UN Operational Rates would seem to just be a scorecard of the strength of various currencies. However, one must look past the surface and see that it is an integral part of the world’s most comprehensive trade laws established by the World Trade Organization (WTO). These trade laws may even supersede domestic laws of a given country. These laws guide commerce worldwide. It’s the adoption of these trade rules/laws that is part of a strict requirement for ascension into the WTO.

The UN Operational Rates establish the value of currencies in the invoicing and settlement of most international trade. The rates also heavily impact the negotiation of future contracts and terms on a worldwide scale. One of the reasons the dollar has been so heavily used as a reserve currency, is that the rate changes are relatively minor, protecting parties on both sides of a contractual transaction from losses due to currency rate changes. As we transition to a gold-backed system of currency around the world, the risk of dangerous currency fluctuations to contracts and invoices, particularly for small countries, is significantly reduced and will allow direct trade between countries.

The UN Operational Rates define the currency values, and while there are fluctuations in real-time, these rates are officially updated around the 15th and first of each month. There are typically two working days’ notice to changes in these rates. At the end of April, on Thursday the 27th, the changes for Monday the 1st of May are scheduled to be announced. And in fact, the rates can be adjusted up to the third of the month, and they will be considered retroactive to the first of the month.

To hear that in the background the banks and geopolitical issues are settled is incredibly encouraging. It’s my opinion that the rate changes officially must now follow the WTO laws, and that we will see these changes publicly no earlier than the April 27th and possibly as late as May 1.

Submitted by T-bone



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