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Operation Disclosure: GCR/RV Intel Alert for September 20, 2018

RV/INTELLIGENCE ALERT - September 20, 2018 (Disclaimer: The following is an overview of the current situation based on intelligence lea...

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Tues. PM TNT News Articles/Links 6-5-18

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Tishwash:

The most important thing in the press conference of the Prime Minister:

Baghdad / SNG-

Abadi: We assure citizens that water reserves are sufficient for this year

Abadi: the Turkish side and the Iranian side to resolve the issue of water releases

Abadi: Electricity production is on the rise

Abadi: The committee formed by the Prime Minister revealed cases of fraud in some polling stations and the Commission bears responsibility.

Abadi: relying on the organs of jealousy examined in the elections, we have raised the issues of government and integrity follow this issue.
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Harambe:
Bloomberg: U.S. Asks OPEC for 1 Million Barrel a Day Oil Output Hike


The U.S. government has quietly asked Saudi Arabia and some other OPEC producers to increase oil production by about 1 million barrels a day, according to people familiar with the matter.

The rare request came after U.S. retail gasoline prices surged to their highest in more than three years and President Donald Trump publicly complained about OPEC policy and rising oil prices on Twitter. It also follows Washington’s decision to reimpose sanctions on Iran’s crude exports that had previously displaced about 1 million barrels a day, or just over 1 percent of global production.

While U.S. lawmakers have habitually criticized the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries at times of high oil prices, and the government has on occasion encouraged the cartel to pump more, it’s unusual for Washington to ask for a specific output hike, the same people said, asking not to be named discussing private conversations. It’s not clear precisely how the request was communicated.

Raising production was discussed at a meeting of some Arab oil ministers over the weekend in Kuwait City. A statement published after the talks pledged to “ensure stable oil supplies are made available in a timely manner to meet growing demand and offset declines in some parts of the world.” Saudi Arabia and Russia last month proposed a gradual production increase, although other members of the group have yet to agree.

Benchmark Brent oil futures dropped as much as 2 percent to $73.81 a barrel in London trading after the U.S. request was reported.

"Looks like OPEC is at it again," Trump wrote in mid-April in a post on Twitter. "Oil prices are artificially Very High! No good and will not be accepted!"

The White House declined to comment on specific conversations, but a spokesperson for the U.S. National Security Council said access to affordable and reliable energy underpins global economic growth and the nation’s security.

"We welcome any market-based action that increases energy access and fosters a healthy global economy," the spokesperson said.

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin last month disclosed Washington had "various conversations with various parties about different parties that would be willing to increase oil supply to offset" the impact of U.S. sanctions on Iranian oil output.

Although Mnuchin declined to provide specifics, only four countries among OPEC and its allies hold enough spare production capacity to offset that impact: Saudi Arabia, Russia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait.

OPEC and a group of non-OPEC countries including Russia, Mexico and Kazakhstan agreed in late 2016 to cut oil output by a combined 1.8 million barrels a day in an effort to boost oil prices. Brent crude, the global benchmark, has risen from less than $45 a barrel before the deal was signed to more than $80 a barrel last month.

Consumer Anxiety

The OPEC deal removed more crude than originally intended from the market because of the collapse of the Venezuelan energy industry. With oil inventories in developed countries back to their five-year average and fuel prices approaching painful levels for consumers, Saudi Arabia and Russia have started talking about boosting output again, prompting Brent to slide back toward $75.

OPEC and its allies will discuss their production policy for the second half of the year in meetings scheduled on June 22 and 23 in Vienna. Saudi Oil Minister Khalid Al-Falih last month said the kingdom shared the "anxiety" of consuming nations about high oil prices and added that OPEC and its allies were "likely" to boost output.

The most recent comments by Trump and the request for extra oil are among the most forceful U.S. intervention in OPEC affairs since Bill Richardson, the energy secretary during the second administration of Bill Clinton, phoned the Saudi minister in the middle of an OPEC meeting in 2000 asking for a production increase. The intervention enraged other members of the cartel, exacerbating a schism between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-06-05/u-s-said-to-ask-ope​c-for-1-million-barrel-a-day-oil-output-hike

Gipsy:
Wells Fargo is selling all its branches in three Midwestern states


Wells Fargo announced plans Tuesday to sell all of its branches in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.....

The bank, scrambling to cut costs and dealing with a wave of scandals, announced plans Tuesday to sell all of its branches in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. Wells Fargo, the second-largest bank in the country, will no longer have a retail presence in those states.

Flagstar Bancorp (FBC), a savings and loan, is buying the branches — 52 in all, including four of Wells Fargo's locations in Wisconsin.

All told, about $2.3 billion in deposits will leave Wells Fargo. The company said that all 490 employees will get offers to work at Flagstar.

"We remain committed to these communities," Mary Mack, Wells Fargo's head of community banking, said in a statement. Mack said Wells Fargo (WFC) will "continue to have a presence in the area" through commercial lending, wealth management and mortgage lending.

The sale includes 33 branches in Indiana, 14 in Michigan and Wells Fargo's only branch in Ohio, plus the four in Wisconsin. Wells Fargo will still have 48 branches in Wisconsin.

Wells Fargo recently indicated that it has more work to do to satisfy regulators and that the penalties are likely to remain in place until next year.

A Wells Fargo spokesperson said the sale of branches in the Midwest has "no connection" to the Fed's sanctions.

Flagstar said it agreed to pay a 7% premium for the deposits it is acquiring. That implies a purchase price of just under $2.5 billion. The deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter.

The acquisition will more than double the customer base of Flagstar, which is just a fraction the size of Wells Fargo. The Michigan-based bank is valued at $2 billion and has about 3,500 employees. By comparison, Wells Fargo has a $267 billion market value and employs about 263,000 people.

Flagstar said the branches will operate as Wells Fargo locations until the deal is closed. After that, they will be rebranded as Flagstar. The bank said it plans to retain all branches and employees "at closing."

Wells Fargo has been reeling from scandals for nearly two years.

http://money.cnn.com/2018/06/05/news/companies/wells-fargo-sells-branches-indiana-michigan/index.html

Harambe:
Reuters: U.S. Treasury official warns allies of Iran's financial dealings

https://reut.rs/2sHNNUX

Bloomberg: China Revives Its Push to Make the Yuan Go Global
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-06-04/china-revives-globa​l-yuan-push-as-capital-outflow-worries-fade

AP News: Syrian Kurds to pull out of key town, easing US-Turkey rift
https://apnews.com/99161aac539f4ff3b2f7be86f5d64ef1

BBC: Iran nuclear deal: Tehran to give notice of uranium work
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-44365078

Reuters: Netanyahu says not surprised by Iran's enrichment intentions
https://reut.rs/2Jjb1YA

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