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|... 20. Markets have been shaken by the recent hostilities, including a revenge-style attack by Iran on US military bases in Iraq. Thankfully, markets rebounded overnight after Trump stated that Iran was "standing down", indicating there would be no armed ...|
|... the early months of the New Year on the escalation of tensions between the US and Iran after an American drone strike in Iraq on January 3 that killed Qassem Soleimani -- the head of Iran's elite Quds military force. The price of Brent oil went up ...|
|... tensions between the United States and Iran are not a new development the significant escalation following a US drone strike in Iraq, which killed Iranian Major General Qassem Suleimani, has caused concerns over the effect on global markets. Moody's ...|
|... Brexit has become less uncertain - marred by renewed war (the real war) tensions between the US and Iran. A US airstrike in Iraq on January 4 killed Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran's elite Quds military force and one of the most powerful figures ...|
|... sued the UK Ministry of Defence for sex discrimination and failing to acknowledge her role in a hostage rescue operation in Iraq. She won the landmark case and the high-profile news story helped precipitate new laws protecting the rights of women and ...|
|... But it is early now, things will be clearer in November" and that "they want to make sure that countries like Nigeria and Iraq reach 100% compliance first as they have promised". But even with deeper cuts and 100% compliance from all involved, the International ...|
|... Iran (and threats that the US would sanction countries importing oil from Iran), supply disruptions in Libya, trouble in Iraq's oil-rich southern region and a strike by oil workers in Norway combined to keep the price of crude elevated. Crude oil ...|
|... the American Economic Review demonstrating the general aversion to annuities. Following US troops' return from the war in Iraq, an excess 60,000 soldiers were incentivised to retire from service early. Depending on their ranking, soldiers could choose ...|
|... re-imposing the "travel ban" on six countries (formerly seven) -- Yemen, Libya, Iran, Somalia, Syria and Sudan (now excludes Iraq) show Trump's determination to follow through on his promises. Trump's reflationary policies and the equity market's positive ...|
|... deeds. Everybody and their dogs would recall Trump's executive order barring the citizens of seven Muslim countries - Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen - from US soil for the next 90 days and the suspension of admission of all refugees ...|
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Close to a third of wealth management organisations are looking to boost staff numbers this year, with sales roles expected to be most in demand.
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Spaceship has boosted its executive team through the appointment of three executives, including a former leader of Macquarie and Bennelong Asset Management.
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A man who was jailed over a hedge fund collapse dyed his hair and grew a beard in an attempt to go unrecognised as he launched a new bitcoin scheme.
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A $5.3 billion industry superannuation fund has appointed a new chair as the incumbent bows out after almost two decades on the board.
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