Unlike earlier estimations, Tehran Stock Exchange market has not only remained unaffected by the anti-Iran rhetoric of US President, but also has ridiculed his rhetoric by showing a significant growth in some terms.
The International Monetary Fund has in its latest World Economic Outlook announced that Iran's economic growth rate in 2016 was 12.518% year-on-year and its unemployment rate rose to 12.450%, while the inflation rate fell to 9.03%.
Governor of Central Bank of Iran, Valiollah Seif, is going to travel to the United States in order to attend the International Monetary Fund’s autumn session.
Iran and Turkey have signed a draft agreement to carry out trade activities based on their own local currencies instead of traditional foreign currencies such as the euro and the dollar.
Iranian minister of economic affairs and finance says the US president’s recent anti-Iran remarks have had no impact on the approaches of the European and Asian banks as well as international financial institutes towards the Islamic Republic.
The Governor of Central Bank of Iran (CBI), Valiollah Seif, says the country has the capacity to attract $3500 billion worth of foreign investment in the next two decades due to its unique geopolitical and economic conditions.
The governor of Iran's Central Bank says a huge number of foreign investors are on their way to Iran due to the consistent policies adopted by the Iranian government to achieve its main economic goals.
A Croatian official says the East European state’s biggest bank has expressed willingness to deepen and expand relations with Iran.
Economic estimates indicate that Iran needs to sign a free trade agreement with Azerbaijan Republic if it wants to gain an appropriate share in the Azeri market.
Iranian and Chinese officials have called for expanding cooperation between the two sides’ banks in different fields.