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Asian traders cautious as vaccine hopes offset by virus surge
Asian markets mostly rose on Wednesday but investors were shifting cautiously as they weighed hopes for a virus vaccine against surging infections around the world that threaten an already stuttering economic recovery.
Tax-weary Greek traders welcome change of government
“Once my taxes are paid, at the end of the day I have 20 or 25 euros left in my pocket,” lamented Greek hairdresser Babis Toumbanos.
INSTEX chief to brief British traders, officials: Sources
President of Europe's special purpose vehicle for trade with Iran will visit London next week to talks with British traders and officials, an informed source said Tuesday.
Japan's 10-day holiday stirs concern in traders, investors
To mark the ascension of Japan's new emperor, the government declared an unprecedented 10-day holiday from late April to early May, worrying investors, who say a market shutdown could cause disruption and unsettle the yen.
Oil holds losses as traders assess prospect of OPEC output boost
Oil held losses near $65 as the prospect of rising output in the US weighed on prices while investors continued to assess signs from OPEC on whether it would ease production curbs.
Africa's hidden oil hub grows after making millions for traders
For oil traders, there’s no place quite like Saldanha Bay. When prices slumped in 2014, trading houses generated outsize profits by storing millions of barrels of crude in the deep-water harbor north of Cape Town.
Traders say Iran business returning to normal
Serious signs have appeared showing that doing business with Iran may have already started to return to normal a year after the removal of sanctions that had complicated commerce with the country since 2011.
Rouhani: Tehran welcomes American traders, technicians, businessmen
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said that Tehran welcomes American traders, technicians, businessmen; however, he criticized the US government for the belated license to allow the sale of aircraft to Iran as was agreed under last year’s nuclear deal.
Global oil traders enter barter deals with NIOC
A number of global oil traders have started barter deals with the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) whereby they would supply Iran with gasoline and receive fuel oil in exchange, media reports said.
Grain traders eye business in Iran
Iran is about to open for business, and the world’s grain traders are lining up.
Foreign traders ready to develop Iran relations
Rasht, Sept 10, IRNA – Director General of Asia-Pacific Commercial Bureau of Iran Trade Promotion Organization said that many foreign trade delegations have announced readiness for development of relations with Iran.

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