Their economy is showing no signs of the global recession and continues to rebuild and grow at historically unprecedented rates.
Atlanta, GA (Vocus) August 18, 2009
DinarBanker.com has just added a RSS, Really Simple Syndication, news feed to its website to keep its clients informed on current economical and political events on the Iraq road to stabilization. The Iraqi Dinar Google News Google Gadget was also created to allow DinarBanker.com clients to add the widget on their personalized iGoogle page and comfortably see updated news on the Iraqi currency.
These are exciting times for Iraq. On July 10, 2009 the Iraqi national soccer team played on home soil in front of a sold-out crowd for the first time since 2002, beating Palestine 4-0. This first match took place in Irbil northern Iraq. A second match took place the following week in Baghdad in front of over 100,000 jubilant Iraqi soccer fans. Iraq also plans to play Tanzania in Baghdad in August. The last time Iraq played a home game was on July 22, 2002, when Iraq beat Syria 2-1 in its capital, Baghdad (AP, July 7, 2009). Sporting events like these provide further evidence that the U.S. ally in the region is definitely becoming a stable country and with a recognized stable world currency: the Iraqi Dinar.
These positive developments confirm Ty Rhame’s (Co-President of DinarBanker.com) bullish comments: “The Iraqi economy is “On Fire.” Their economy is showing no signs of the global recession and continues to rebuild and grow at historically unprecedented rates.”
The government and people of Iraq continue to show FIFA that the country is safe enough to host official soccer matches again. FIFA, soccer's world governing body, has approved the upcoming friendly games, but has yet to lift a general ban on Iraq hosting official matches. About 35,000 fans filled the main stadium in the Kurdish capital, Arbil. Nadhim Shakir, who replaced Bora Milutinovic as Iraq's coach after the team was knocked out of the Confederations Cup last month, hopes Iraq can soon host other international soccer events. "The high turnout by supporters in this match really motivated the team to play well," Shakir said after Friday's win. (Reuters, July 11, 2009)
There is no better time to invest in the Iraqi Dinar. “Purchasing currency not only provides portfolio diversification but provides an inflation hedge for your portfolio" says James Shaw, DinarBanker.com Managing Partner.
The recently added utility tools to the DinarBanker.com site helps its clients stay current on Iraqi events and the upcoming development in the Iraqi Dinar. With these tools clients will be able to make informed decisions in their portfolio diversification strategies.
DinarBanker.com operated by Sterling Currency Group, established in 2004, is one of the largest and most experienced companies for anyone looking to buy Iraqi Dinar online, offering next day delivery of the Dinar purchased. The Atlanta, Georgia based, Iraqi Dinar company is registered with the US Department of Treasury as a certified Money Service Business and foreign currency exchanger. As Better Business Bureau (BBB) member, DinarBanker.com has an impeccable reputation backed by its satisfied customers. DinarBanker.com understands its client’s investment needs and is always ready to assist with a 24/7 customer service.
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