Tomorrow press Baghdad: securities, confirmed Tuesday that the failure to amend the Central Bank law and the banking law hamper the work of investors in the stock market. The President said Abdul Razzaq Al-Saadi for "tomorrow," "the majority of companies invested in the Iraq market for securities are private banks as well as most of the investors in their dealings in the purchase and sale of shares, also through the banks but the current laws can only be those banks or investors to interact freely in the market reflected negatively on the economic sector of the country."
The Central Bank called for "the need to work actively to amend the Bank Act and the banks who had previously announced his intention to modify them for market development and support of investors on the securities market".
The Iraq market for securities announced the beginning of the year 2015 on closing most of its meetings to 2014 on Monday 29 December shows that the number of algsath held during the past year has reached 227 and the trading volume was 901 billion dinars.
Back in stock in Iraq to the early 1990s, and was dubbed the Baghdad Stock Exchange, which was run by the Iraqi Ministry of finance at that time.
After 2003 the Iraqi stock exchange, but closed it and opened its doors again after a law 74 of 2004 under the name Iraq market for securities, and securities almalieh.
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