Monday, May 27, 2013
Here's an update to my post from Tuesday that seemed to create quite a stir.
On Friday morning (May 24th), I received a relayed phone call (Shoe Phone) from a gentleman who works for the Federal Reserve, Maxwell Smart, Agent 86.
He had seen the above-referenced article (which went viral on the Internet) and advised me that the issues with Babylon II were down because of Nauru’ssoftware issues. He expected those issues to be resolved by Friday night. They fixed the Flux Capacitors.
Early Friday afternoon, I received two phone calls, one from a gentleman whom I have known for some time who is connected to the IMF, I call him “Chief”. The other from a women who works for the U.S. State Department, Agent 99.
The gentleman with the IMF advised me that the remaining issues with the one country's software glitches had been resolved, and that the IMF/UST group was going to have what was expected to be the final effort to have all 25 currencies in this present basket online.
That call was later confirmed by Elvis who works for the U.S. State Department.
This morning, (Saturday, the 25th) I was notified that the effort went smoothly on Friday night, and that we could expect to see all 25 currencies on FOREX early Tuesday morning (the 28th).
During the day today, I have received not less than a total of a thousand separate text confirmations that the remaining glitches with one remaining country, Nauru were completely ironed out, and that a late-night test of the system on Friday went off without a hitch or a glitch or a buggly boo.
Although there seems to be some slight disagreement among those who have been on/or near the inside circle with regard to the actual rates, the rate for the IQD should come in somewhere between $13.40 and $13.56. (Obviously I haven't seen this so I can only report this as rumor at the moment.)
The VND is expected to be between $1.42 and $1.47 (although there have been two separate reports that it could actually be between $1.97 and $4.20).
The more consistent numbers I've heard for weeks place both currencies at $13.42 and $1.47 respectively.
If they come in any higher than that, none of us will complain except Frank who wants $1.86 Until we actually see the numbers on FOREX, take all of this as JOKE or rumor in the meantime.
Blessings on you.
Posted by John MacHaffie at 1:08 PM