• The UK, Germany, and France will continue to uphold the Iran deal even though the US is pulling out

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The UK, France, and Germany say they will continue to uphold the Iran deal after President Trump announced the US is pulling out.
    The Obama-era deal had curbed Iran's nuclear program in exchange for a lifting of sanctions.
    In a joint statement, the leaders of the three countries expressed "regret and concern" about Trump's decision.
    Iran says it will also continue to comply with the deal's terms, but are concerns the US pull-out could bolster hardliners in the country.
    The United States is pulling out of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal - but European leaders and Iran says they will continue to...
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  • Stocks go nowhere as Trump pulls the US out of the Iran deal

    Stocks go nowhere as Trump pulls the US out of the Iran deal

    3 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Stocks closed mixed Tuesday after the US withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal. Disappointing earnings reports weighed on indexes, with Henry Schein and Dish losing more than 6% and 12%, respectively.
    Here's the scoreboard:
    Dow Jones Industrial Average : 24,360.21 +2.89
    S&P 500 : 2,668.14 −4.49
    AUD/USD : 0.7451 -0.0059
    ASX 200 SPI futures: 6,088.5 +6.50
    President Donald Trump said the US will withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal. Oil prices , which fell sharply earlier in the day, pared losses following the announcement .
    US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is en route to North Korea. Some...
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  • What You Should Know About the Iran Nuclear Deal

    What You Should Know About the Iran Nuclear Deal

    3 monthes ago - By Fortune

    Iran's nuclear capabilities have been the subject of global hand-wringing for more than two decades. While Iran's leaders long insisted the country was not building nuclear weapons, its enrichment of uranium and history of deception created deep mistrust. After more than two years of negotiations and threats to bomb the country's facilities, Iran and world powers agreed in 2015 to settle the dispute. The deal set limits on the Islamic Republic's nuclear work in exchange for relief from economic sanctions that crimped oil exports and hobbled its economy. However, on May 8, U.S. President...
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