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Tishwash: The Association of Private Banks holds a workshop on digital transformation in Iraq

The Iraqi Private Banks Association, in cooperation with the Central Bank of Iraq, today, Thursday, held a workshop entitled (Qualification Program for Digital Transformation Leaders in Iraq), in the Kirkuk University building.

The course included providing a detailed explanation on the Coursera global platform and the support provided by the Central Bank of Iraq to provide free scholarships to outstanding university students to develop their skills.

The workshop witnessed a detailed explanation of the Central Bank’s initiative to support small and medium enterprises through the One Trillion Initiative, as well as community initiatives supported by the Tamkeen Fund financed by private banks  link

Cutebwoy:  Oil prices touch 60 dollars

2021-02-04 06:51

Shafaq News / Oil prices continued their gains on Thursday after the OPEC + alliance of major producers adhered to the policy of reducing production, and with the decline in crude stocks in the United States to their lowest levels since March of last year.

Brent crude futures rose 3 cents, or 0.03 percent, to $ 58.72 a barrel by 05:35 GMT, after earlier hitting their highest levels since February 21, 2020, in the wake of the OPEC + decision.

U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures rose 34 cents, or 0.34%, to $ 56.03 a barrel after hitting their highest settlement level in a year on Wednesday.

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies, known as OPEC +, extended their current oil production policy at a meeting on Wednesday, in a sign that producers are happy that large supply cuts are draining stocks despite uncertain expectations of a recovery in demand as the coronavirus pandemic continues. .

The US Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday that US crude oil inventories also fell to support prices, by 994,000 barrels last week to 475.7 million barrels, the lowest level since March.

Oil prices touch 60 dollars