Home Business Finance

Finance

Latest Financial News in Iran – News and opinion on the banking and finance sectors domestically and abroad. It includes national-level policy-making, the Central Bank of Iran, the stock exchange, as well as private actors in the field.

Iran, Oman Discuss Promotion of Bilateral Banking, Trade Ties

The governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) has discussed the promotion of trade and banking cooperation with Oman during a visit to Muscat.

Iran, Armenia Discuss Closer Trade, Economic Ties

The governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) has underlined the importance of enhancing cooperation with Armenia.

Iran Allots $10 Billion to Support Local Producers

The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) has set aside $10 billion to support domestic production, according to a senior Iranian official.

South Korea Seizing Iranian People’s Food, Drug Money: Zarif

In comments on Wednesday, Mohammad Javad Zarif once again criticized Seoul for seizing Iran’s assets "upon US orders". “’ We told South Korean officials that...
US Plot to Destabilize Iran’s Forex Market Failed: Central Bank Chief

South Korea Should Pay Penalty for Freezing Iran’s Assets: Top Banker

Governor of the Central Bank of Iran Abdolnasser Hemmati says the South Korean banks that have blocked Iran’s funds should pay the damage suffered by Tehran during the past two years.
No Legal Verdict against Iranian Banks in Bahrain: CBI Official

INSTEX Failed Because Europeans Weren’t Brave Enough: Iran

The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) says the European financial mechanism known as the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges (INSTEX) has failed to fulfill its objectives.

Tehran Furious at Seoul’s Offer of Selling Iran Ambulances in Return for Frozen Assets...

Tehran has been angered by Seoul’s offer to sell ambulances to Iran in exchange for billions of Iranian assets frozen in South Korea.

Iran‌ Says Won’t Remain Indifferent toward South Korea’s Seizure of Its Assets

Iranian Central Bank Governor Abdolnasser Hemmati has urged Seoul to adopt “independent” behaviour toward Iran’s financial resources in that country.

Some $9.2 Billion in Iranian Funds Frozen at South Korean banks: Yonhap

An estimated 10 trillion won ($9.2 billion) in Iranian funds is currently frozen at South Korean banks under US sanctions.

‘Iraq to Pay for Energy Imports from Iran in Euros to Mitigate US Bans’

The Iranian energy minister says Iran and Iraq have reached an agreement under which Baghdad will pay for Iran’s energy sales to Iraq in euros in a bid to mitigate the problems caused by the US sanctions.