Rowan Dartington Signature's Guy Stephens comments on why markets welcome nuclear agreement with Iran.
Giuseppe Sersale, Strategist di Anthilia Capital Partners Sgr, comments on the signature of the deal between Iran and Western countries in Geneva.
Standard Chartered chief executive Peter Sands last night strongly rejected claims from US regulators the UK bank helped Iran launder as much as $250bn.
Single country frontier markets equities funds are capable of providing some eye-watering returns on acceptable volatility, the problem is there are not many to choose from.
Both US and European investors need to ensure they will not be caught out by the current and pending sanctions being prepared by the EU and US against Syria and Iran, warns law firm Dechert.
Zug-based alternative investment group Insch Capital Management has launched the Black Gold Fund, a hybrid investment tool to provide secured income investment derived from oil revenues.
Rupert Caldecott, CIO of the Global Asset Allocation team at Dalton Strategic Partnership, identified a disorderly Greek default and geopolitical stress around Iran and its oil as key threats to ongoing market recovery.
The euro may have been saved, but the deficit in democracy that has been the price may yet hurt investors because of hightened political risk, argues Threadneedle Investment's CIO Mark Burgess.
Charles Robertson at Renaissance mulls the most likely outcome of the ongoing Iranian nuclear crisis.