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Post by Ssmith on Thu Oct 04, 2018 9:00 am



Seemed everything, including US approval, was all done in advance. Hope it is an indication that the finish line is near.

CNBC: Wall Street is set for a higher open after Dow jumps to all-time​ high


Reuters: World Court orders U.S. to ensure Iran sanctions don't hit...

BBC: Sanctions on Iran: International Court of Justice rules against US

AP News: Iraq's president to take office, independent tapped as PM ... Abdul-Mahdi emerged as a compromise candidate after two Shiite-led blocs each claimed to have majority support in parliament. He had strong backing from Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, whose followers won the most seats in the May elections and who formed a bloc with the current prime minister, Haider al-Abadi.

Assessment of Opportunities in Iraq, 2018: Untapped Market - From W​ar, to Reconstruction and Economic Recovery ... After three years under combat operations, the end of Iraq's war against the Islamic State (ISIS) encourages the country's reconstruction and economic reformation. As a result of healthy foreign international reserves, limited restrictions on cross-border fund transfers as well as an attractive legal framework that provides greater protection and incentives for foreign investors, investments in the country is expected to generate the highest rate of returns.


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