Sudan to float its currency. Maybe Iraq will follow!

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Cash-stripped Sudan will float the country’s currency as economic conditions deteriorate four months after a military coup.

This is a risky move; however, this is the type of news release we would love to see on the Iraqi Dinar. Sudan announced that they are going to float the Sudanese pound which was trading at one U.S. dollar to 444.40 Sudanese pounds (SDG) on March 8

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