Dinar Trade Rate Exchange To Stabilize In 114 Days
114 days divide 30 (as average total days in a month) will give us 4 short months – approximately 15 weeks of patience for the anticipated stable exchange rate of dinar against the US dollar. Just how serious is the Central Bank of Iraq to stabilize the currency of the country? Take it from the honorable Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of the country.
Released last May 16, 2012 by Baghdad news, the Central Bank of Iraq affirmed that dinar trade or exchange rate against dollar will go back to normal by 4 months. People called it the “120-121” days of patience. Well, the best things happen to those who wait. However, no one knows if these days are truly worth to wait.
According to the Deputy Governor or CBI, Mohammad Saleh, “Dominant Bank heavily on the problem of rising dinar which is temporary due to attack on the Iraqi market from some regional States as well as the circumstances surrounding the result of trade openness without strong controls.”
He even confirmed that 120-121 days shall come to pass before dinar to the dollar will be reinstated. He added, “”after examining the Bank’s problem and develop solutions rise to depend on Iraq’s economy and its high financial powers, which are the best currently exists.” 4 months is not such a long wait, isn’t it?
April was a challenging month for Iraq given the fact that it was on April 5 that the country had its National Conference deadline and had to push its limit to put some efforts on its Iraq-Kuwait joint meeting in Baghdad the following 29th. Sure enough, the country has gone a long way to stabilize not just the dinar trade rate but also, its whole economic status. April brought tension to the government during the Leaders’ Meeting in Erbil. It was participated by the country’s prominent leaders and it pushed Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to have his Ultimatum. Will May be friendlier to Iraq than April? Well, “120-121” days are worth to wait.
So, what happens when the dinar exchange rate stabilizes? More speculators and stronger Iraqi dinar. Fluctuations may be effectively monitored and inflation could be controlled. This will entirely affect the country in a positive way. In short, this will attract foreign investors.
When the country’s currency has stable exchange rate, one could confidently say that the government is taking actions with the reserves and goods taken into full consideration -business attraction for speculators and Iraqis.
However, there might some unexpected changes that could occur. “120-121” days will surely come but, might bring surprises (nobody knows if it will bring good surprises or not but, one could just dwell on the positive side).
Dinar vets could not tell but, the Deputy Governor of CBI had his last words about the 120-121 days of process, “The coming days will see a decrease of dinar and the end of the dollar in the Iraqi market and stability on its back. The need to develop new solutions and controls to develop trade and goods entering the country to help lower the dollar against the Iraqi dinar and maintain the purchasing power of the Iraqi currency, global currencies, the end regional attack carried out by States around the country in the past and that led to the Iraqi market instability and high dollar.”
120 days divide 30 (as average total days in a month) will give us approximately 16 short weeks of thrill and conviction – another opportunity that might test not just a speculator’s patience but, also his or her conviction towards the currency of the country.
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