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Monday, December 28, 2015

Here's one we forgot - from Martha, 28 DEC

Here's one we forgot - from Martha

UN OPERATIONAL RATE  changes 12-29 for 12/31. Well do you think this will finally show?
Here's another one. 12-29 money moves in the Arab world.

If this happens on the 29th, add 2 days which is 12/31 - the day sanctions are REALLY released on the Iran rial.

You know what?   it doesn't really matter since China and the rest of the world could care less about those "sanctions".  Iran is pumping oil and shipping.

I just saw an article on Reuters that states it will take 24 years for oil to reach 100.00 per barrel. They can't give it away! I noticed that gasoline at our pumps is down to 1.83 and dropping. Will we see under a dollar? Wait and see.

Well, what's left? NOTHING!!   Everything is signed, sealed and delivered.

The only question I have is if "We the people" are ready, not just for the bank, but are we ready to face the challenges ahead of us?  You have to answer that for yourselves.


Martha: More news of interest:

In Sweden, a cash-free future nears   http://www.cnbc.com/id/103266122

Oil back at $95 - but it will take 24 years: OPEC   http://www.cnbc.com/id/103259842

What did I say about oil!!

From Reuters News:

Iraqi army declares first major victory over Islamic State in Ramadi
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSKBN0UA06P20151227

Iraq's army declared victory over Islamic State fighters in a provincial capital west of Baghdad on Sunday, the first major triumph for the U.S.-trained force since it collapsed in the face of an assault by the militants 18 months ago.

Why the dollar's rise could be more modest in 2016    http://www.cnbc.com/id/103259425

Talk about backwards philosophy. The dollar is falling and where she stops will be a guesshttp://finance.yahoo.com/news/federal-reserve-will-pay-banks--12-billion-in-2016-165253054.html

In 2016, the Federal Reserve will pay at least $12.2 billion to U.S. and foreign banks to keep the money created via its quantitative easing programs out of the economy.

If the Fed raises rates as expected next year, the amount nearly doubles to $23.1 billion.

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