Friday, May 26, 2017


Samson:  Abadi congratulates by the month of Ramadan and confirms the resolution near the battle with terrorism

2017/5/26 17:20

Congratulated Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Friday, the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

The statement of the Prime Minister 's Office, received by the agency {Euphrates News}, a copy of it for Abadi said , "I congratulate the Muslims in Iraq and the world of the holy month of Ramadan Allah re well, Yemen , and the blessings and security to the Iraqis, as it Ehl us blessed month and we are living historic moments in which victory of our troops comminute heroine on terrorism and the enemies of Islam unity and cohesion of the Iraqis and renounce all bad for the teachings of our religion. "

He called that "Ramadan is the month of mercy and forgiveness months to put aside their differences and an opportunity to promote our country and our people and we are living the last moments of resolving the battle with the enemies of humanity and Islam" .anthy


Rabbit:  I feel like we are past the studies of the monetary reform more or less just waiting for a rate change at the CBI.


Don961:  Oil-related currencies recovering and opinion polls put pressure on sterling

26/05/2017 - 15:54

 The pound fell to its lowest level in two weeks on Friday after a poll showed a contraction of his lead belonging to him Prime Minister Theresa May the Conservative Party on the opposition Labor Party strongly ahead of the elections to be held next month, while the currencies associated with primary commodities rose after the recovery of oil prices.

The yen rose to the highest level in three days against the dollar while the euro also rose.

Sterling fell by more than half a percent to $ 1.2861 more away from the peak level of $ 1.3048 on 18 May, the highest record sterling since September last year.

Oil currencies such as the Canadian dollar and the Norwegian krone associated with increased support from the limited recovery in crude prices.

The Canadian dollar was trading in the latest trading on a rise of 0.2 percent to C $ 1.3455 against the US dollar, down from the level of C $ 1.3388 hit on Thursday, which was the highest in five weeks.

The Norwegian krone rose 0.1 percent to 9.4096 crowns against the euro.

Against a basket of six major currencies, the dollar fell 0.2 percent to 97.094, while the yen rose 0.5 percent to 111.25 yen per dollar.

The euro rose 0.1 percent to $ 1.2210 to jump towards the highest level in six and a half months, which amounted to $ 1.1268 this week.


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