October 3, 2016
Good Afternoon Chosen Ones,
So when Does the International Business Week Really Start?
Well, according to international standard ISO 8601, Monday is the first day of the international business week, followed by Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday when all markets worldwide are open for trade. And while most independent markets function on a five day international business schedule, several countries begin trading hours on Sunday.
Meaning, the the first day of the international business week varies in different cultures, as does their definition of when the week actually begins. For instance in the Middle East, Muslim markets begin on Sunday morning because their weekend begins on Friday versus on Saturday in western world markets. And in Asia, international trading opens on Monday, but in reality begin on Sunday evening in the western world due to the 12 hour time difference.
So while Monday morning appears to be the start of the international business week, in truth, all markets worldwide aren't open for trading at the same time until at least 6pm on Monday evening (10am in New Zealand on Tuesday)… and thus Monday evening is the true start of the international business week.
We open with this definition of the international business week to offer some clarity as to why you are still waiting for your blessing. Not only do the new powers that be wish to give every market a fair starting point, they also want to ensure individual redeemers can freely move / wire money anywhere in the world at any amount; thus we are all waiting for the start of international business week to begin in earnest shortly on Monday evening. We are told even China is waiting patiently, although their markets and banks are all closed this week.
Hmmm, wonder why?
ATM machines in Mexico and Canada were taken down today, in order to remove fiat USD and replace with gold backed USN.
Hmmm, wonder why?
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