Enorrste Article quote: "Iraqi Central Bank announced on Thursday, for the withdrawal of 50 dinars currency from circulation category, pointing out that the replacement will continue for two months." Here is the way I see this: (1) The 50 dinar note, worth about 4 cents, is not being used in Iraq at this time. (2) The newer and more secure currency that has been printed did not include the 50 dinar note, as I understand it. (3) Therefore, since it isn't the more secure note and isn't used anyway, the CBI is removing it from circulation. (4) They are giving about 60 days to get them all in, after which time the currency will be worthless. (5) Doing this at this time...is probably in preparation for a rise in the value of the dinar. (6) I say this because if and when the value rises, the CBI would not want these "old" notes in circulation since they do not have the proper security features. (7) Finally, "replacement" does not necessarily mean a new 50 dinar note will be issued. I suspect that over time a new note will be issued, once the value has risen. That is implied in the article, in my opinion. Therefore, I see this as part of the "clean up" process to get ready for the float.