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Iranian megamall in Venezuela angers US
The opening of an Iranian megamall in Venezuela's capital Caracas angered US officials who have said any presence of Iran in the Western Hemisphere is "not something we look very favorably on.”
Iran’s stock market sets new record
The Iranian stock market on Wednesday, rising nearly 53,000 points, broke the threshold level of 1.6 million points.
CBI vows to stabilize foreign exchange market
The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) is taking serious steps to establish stability in the market, said its Governor Abdolnaser Hemmati in an Instagram post on Monday.
What is seen on trading market in 2020
What has the year 2020 brought to traders and economies of the world. Here is a brief outlook on trading across the globe.
South Korea's presence in Chinese market declining
South Korea's market share in China has been on the decline for years, data showed Tuesday, amid increased competition and a decline in its product competitiveness.
UK labor market shows signs of life after Johnson election win
The UK labor market received an election boost in December, with the number of people placed in permanent jobs rising for the first time in a year and business optimism surging.
Pakistani PM stresses expediting setting up border markets with Iran
Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan directed the Ministry of Commerce to expedite the process of setting up border markets with Iran.
India property market set for modest lift from government measures
India's housing market, burdened with unfinished projects as developers struggle to get cash, is forecast to rebound modestly over the coming year on government plans to unclog the market, a Reuters poll of analysts found.
Wall Street sinks as US bond market stokes recessionary fears
US stocks plunged on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling more than 450 points, as investors were spooked by the latest signals from the bond market that pointed to heightened risk of a recession.
Iran condemns Saudi-led airstrike on Yemen’s market
Iran strongly condemned a deadly airstrike by the Saudi regime and its allies against a market in Yemen’s northwestern Sa’ada Province, saying the aggressors are attempting to make up for their defeats by massacring civilians.
Amazon plans to create 1,800 jobs in France in 2019
US online retail giant Amazon said on Tuesday it will create 1,800 permanent contract positions this year in France, its largest European market after Britain and Germany.
Visco: Italy must respect its fiscal targets to keep market confidence
Italy needs to respect its fiscal targets if it wants to retain the confidence of investors over its capacity to repay its debt, Bank of Italy governor Ignazio Visco said on Saturday, as Rome faces a budget tussle with Brussels.
Cabinet OKs reforms to address Japan's labor market woes
The Cabinet of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe approved Friday a suite of labor reforms designed to solve Japan’s demographic challenges while creating conditions to promote job growth, particularly for those struggling to find stable work.

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