State auditors are packed circles before free holiday
07.31.2016 9:55 •
[Oan- Baghdad] saw the state departments and government institutions, on Sunday morning, densely auditors to complete their transactions before the official start of the holiday , which lasts for two days due to high temperatures.
Today is the first day in office hours after the weekend on Friday and Saturday.
The Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi face yesterday to disrupt the official working hours on Monday and Tuesday for all government departments except for basic services because of the high temperatures to around 50 degrees Celsius , according to reports of the Commission on weather forecasters.
the cabinet decided as a result of high temperatures across the country disabling official working on 19 and 20 of this month in all government institutions, with the exception of defense and interior ministries and departments of basic services.
The Health Department warned citizens at the time of direct exposure to the sun these days.
He called on the ministry ‘s spokesman Ahmad Rudaini, through [where], citizens to “stay away as much as possible from direct exposure to the hot sun, wear the same clothes long sleeves and cover all parts of the body as well as extensive wear hats to protect the face and use of protective ointments and drinking a lot of fluids. ”
Frank26: LOL……………… You funny.
IMO …………….. This HAS been going on for a few and …………. Days.
Don961: Iraq Stock Exchange stopped due to heat
2016/07/31 | 12:30
The Iraq Stock Exchange shut down its operations in mid-July, due to high temperatures
She said the Iraqi Stock Exchange, it would not regulate its daily to next Monday and Tuesday the first and second days of the month of August, due to the high temperatures.
She added, “the stock market” in a statement “the economy News” received a copy of it, that based on the decision of the Prime Minister, that the stock market will resume its work on Wednesday approved August 3.
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Doodlebug: BOJ may resort to printing money to stimulate the economy
Alsumaria News / Baghdad – New Bank of Japan pledged to review its monetary stimulus in September, expectations that adopts a form of printing money, including government spending leads to stimulate inflation policy.
Bank and thwarted the hopes of the markets about the possibility of a significant increase of its purchases of government bonds, or reduce the negative interest rates already boosted opinion to have exhausted the alternatives available under the current policy seeking to raise prices and an end to the 20-year-old deflation pressures.
Not yielded monetary easing of the policy pursued over three years to fruition and economists say, that the conduct Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda comprehensive assessment of the policy may pay for further cooperation with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who announced spending program worth far more than 28 trillion yen (275 billion dollars ) to stimulate growth.
Daegu said Aoki, an economist at UBS Securities “comprehensive review may be the first step toward further cooperation with the government in a sign of printing money.”
“The government may issue bonds for 50 years and if the central bank has vowed to keep for a long time, it would be a form of printing money.”
But some economists fear that this step leads to the attainment of very high inflation levels and to reduce is doomed to the value of the currency.
Mountainman: In AUGUST Many Things w/COUNTRIES Will be BEGINNING to SLIP N SLIDE…..RIGHT Where they Should Be…….
MANY are TRAVELING Down A SLIPPERY SLOPE…….MANY Things Will BEGIN to Take A PLUNGE/SPLASH LANDING…….MANY MOVES as I have Said have ALREADY Begun…….CRAZY (8)’s……..Velocity is REQUIRED for MOVEMENT and AUGUST is The START of MANY
MOVEMENTS GLOBALLY……..So……..Be CAREFUL How You Move……..For It is A SLIPPERY SLOPE INDEED……..
Blessings,Mountainman (8)=New Beginnings……..to A MONTH of CRAZY (8)’s……..INDEED……..
AdminBill: (Late Saturday Night) TOMORROW COULD BE THE BEGINNING OF THE END SO GET A GOOD NIGHTS SLEEP. SHOULD IT BE NECESSARY THE ROOM WILL BE RE-OPENED AND A TWEET SENT
Mangelo: I beleive in the next 24 hours something should happen for us!!! time will tell!!!
Tishwash: exciting! at least to me anyway
Trade-based treasury bonds to pay dues peasants
AGHDAD – balances News
General Company for Grain Trade, Ministry of Commerce, Sunday, announced the adoption of treasury bonds to pay dues offarmers.
The trade in a statement received / balances News /, a copy of it, that ” the Treasury bonds , which will be distributed to farmers and marketers for the years 2014, 2015 and 2016 will be the obligatory exchange Lama directly and it will be deducted percentage of them in favor of the bank or retained and utilized annual interest amount of 8%. “
The ministry added, “The new mechanism, which will be followed for the payment of financial dues to farmers and marketers will feature hundreds of thousands of names, a new style of work followed by the company for the first time to embrace the receipt of grain marketers since 26 years,” noting that “the company’s branches began to prepare lists and sent to the for the purpose of the company sent to the Ministry of Finance directly. ”
Adding that “this work needs to be an accounting New Tab differs from the previous work of the company to the fact that the payment is Treasury bonds.”
It is worth mentioning that the move came in implementation of the directives of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers to pay those dues to farmers and farmers for Akiem agricultural crops of wheat and rice , “.anthy 29 / p 1