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Subject Bye Bye American Economy: UAE and Saudi Arabia moving reserves out of Dollars to Euros: You can thank Bush for it, the Traitor
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Original Message More Nations are moving away from Dollars for their reserves and moving towards Euros as their Resever Money. Saddam tried the same thing, and was unseated by power. Now the Iranian Oil Bourse seeks to do the same.

Now, I believe in retribution for the Dubai Ports Deal, now the UAE and Saudi Arabia seeks to do the same.

What will you do, as your children cry, and say: Mommy, I'm hungry?

America: The Coming Third World Nation. And you can thank Bush and the Congress for it.

John

UAE, Saudi considering to move reserves out of dollar
WASHINGTON — A number of Middle Eastern central banks said on Tuesday they would seek to switch reserves from the US greenback to euros.

The United Arab Emirates said it was considering moving one-tenth of its dollar reserves to the euro, while the governor of the Saudi Arabian central bank condemned the decision by the United States to force Dubai Ports World to transfer its ownership to a ‘US entity,’ the UK Independent reported.

“Is it protectionism or discrimination? Is it okay for US companies to buy everywhere but it is not okay for other companies to buy the US?” said Hamad Saud Al Sayyari, the governor of the Saudi Arabian monetary authority.

The head of the United Arab Emirates central bank, Sultan Nasser Al Suweidi, said the bank was considering converting 10 per cent of its reserves from dollars to euros.

“They are contravening their own principles,” said Al Suweidi. “Investors are going to take this into consideration (and) will look at investment opportunities through new binoculars.”

The Commercial Bank of Syria has already switched the state’s foreign currency transactions from dollars to euros, Duraid Durgham head of the state-owned bank said. The decision by the bank of Syria follows the announcement by the White House calling on all US financial institutions to end correspondent accounts with Syria due to money-laundering concerns.

Syria’s Finance Minister Mohammad Al Hussein said: “Syria affirms that this decision and its timing are fundamentally political.”-Khaleej Times Online

[link to www.middleeastforex.com]
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