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9 HOURS AGO - Time

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Western Companies Hope For a Bonanza in Iran

With only weeks to go until a November 24 deadline for a deal between Iran and the West over Tehran's nuclear program, Iranian and Western investors have their fingers crossed

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16 HOURS AGO - The Economist

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Business in Iran: Awaiting the gold rush

THE currency traders plying the half-empty arrivals hall of Tehran’s international airport have a simple view of the nuclear talks that Iran’s government is conducting with assorted foreign powers. If a deal is made, one says, “the planes will come in from everywhere.”Hopes are high among businesspeople, in Iran and abroad, that the country may soon cease to be a ...

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20 HOURS AGO - Sky News

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Iran Could Get iPhone As US Relations Thaw

If Western sanctions are eased sufficiently, senior Apple executives plan to distribute iDevices in the country.

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OCT 29, 2014 - Zero Hedge

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Why '75' Is The Most Important Number For US Economic Hope

US shale oil is now the marginal swing barrel in the new world oil order, and as Goldman Sachs warns (despite Larry Kudlow apparently knowing better), a decline in WTI to $75/bbl would start to significantly slow US shale growth (and thus employment, capex, and the entire US economy).   Via Goldman Sachs, Our oil forecast calls for a slowdown ...

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OCT 29, 2014 - Business Insider

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U.S. Prosecutors Reopen Probes Against Several Big Banks: NYT

(Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors are reopening investigations into big banks on suspicion they may have violated agreements under which the institutions settled prior cases against them, The New York Times reported, citing lawyers briefed with the matter.With the settlements, the banks avoided criminal prosecution and instead paid fines and implemented reforms. Among the banks named in the report were Standard ...

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