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Walkingstick:  Economist: lack of confidence in banks and withdraw money, including behind the rise in gold and the dollar
Economy and tenders since 01/25/2016 18:28 pm (Baghdad time)
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Said spokesman Antoine economic expert, said on Monday that the lack of confidence in local banks and withdraw money, including behind the rise in gold and the dollar in the market.

Said Antoine L / scales News /, that “lack of confidence” local Iraqi banks “by citizens led to the withdrawal of money from banks,” stressing at the same time that “most citizens have storing money in Iraqi currency, and this resulted in the rise in the dollar and gold in the market.” .
He said economic expert, said he “can lower dollar prices in the region through the dollar pumping larger markets and scaled through the use of censorship,” .anthy 29/34 R.
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Zimbabwe ATMs run out of US Dollars, citizens prepare for Chinese Yuan ATMs
A snap survey by the Zimbabwe Independent has found that there is a biting cash shortage which has forced banks to lower their daily automated teller machine (ATM) withdrawal limits from $3,000 to $800, the newspaper reported on Friday.
The newspaper continued to report that some locally-owned banks had long suspended dispensing cash at most of their ATMs, with a government-owned bank going without ATM transactions since the festive season in an effort to manage the cash shortage.
The Zimbabwean market is reported to usually experience cash shortages during the festive season when civil servants, who constitute the bulk of the formal workforce in the country, receive their December salaries plus their annual bonuses.
But the situation is said to have gotten worse last year, starting late November, according to the newspaper.
Banks were also reported to have suspended interconnectivity through ZimSwitch, an electronic payment platform for local banks, at their ATMs or for specific banks.
A banker who spoke to the Independent on condition of anonymity confirmed that banks had suspended transactions on ZimSwitch to reserve cash only for their customers.
“What we are simply doing as banks is we are saying let’s stop giving money to everyone with a ZimSwitch ready card and preserve it only for our internal clients until the situation normalises,” said the banker.
Zimbabwe adopted a multiple currency regime that is dominated by the US dollar in 2009 after a decade of hyperinflation and economic stagnation.
The Zimbabwe dollar was demonetised last year and the country recently adopted the Chinese yuan after Beijing confirmed it would cancel $40 million in debts.
– African News Agency
http://zimbabwenewsday.co.uk/2016/01/zimbabwe-atms-run-out-of-us-dollars-citizens-prepare-for-chinese-yuan-atms/