The Central Bank launches a small currency and delete Quranic verse


 

Date of release: 2018/10/4 23:06
The Central Bank of Iraq announced on Thursday that it intends to launch large quantities of small currency categories to the market with changes, including the absence of the category of a thousand dinars from Al-Ikhlas.
A statement issued by the Central Bank said that “small amounts of small denominations were launched with a slight change in the form of these categories of 1000 dinars, 500 dinars and 250 dinars.” 
“The deal will continue to trade with the new and previous issues in daily trading,” he said. 
The new edition of the category of the thousand dinars of surah al-Ikhlas that existed in all other editions.

4 thoughts on “The Central Bank launches a small currency and delete Quranic verse

  1. Well, if this is truthful, and with Iraq who knows, the 1000, 500, and 250 is not what we’re looking for. When they launch the 100, 50 and coins then we are in business.

    It’s hard to tell if this is just cover for ALL the lower denoms or not. I certainly hope so. I’m hoping the reference to large amounts of lower denoms might be promising…

    Happy Birthday! 🙂

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    • Hey Aaanth, It sounds good either way, I mean why put it out there, if they weren’t trying to educate the people!? We’ll see, especially now, with having new technocrats that will run the country!

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  2. On the other hand, if they included the smaller denoms (100, 50 and coins) were also being released in this announcement, would not that be a giveaway they were going to change the rate over the weekend? I’m trying not to look at this with RV goggles, but I do think it’s a possibility.

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