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OPEC Plus predicts limited oil supply shortages

OPEC Plus now expects the oil market to have a shortfall of only 300,000 barrels per day in the fourth quarter of this year, which is less than the 1.1 million barrels per day previously forecast by the group.


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IMF warns of growing threats to global economic recovery

In its latest outlook report, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned that threats to the global economy recovering from last year's Corona pandemic were on the rise and that there was a "dangerous divergence" between rich and poor countries.

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Productivity growth and the power of central bankers are the trump card of the economy

Although there is a fear that the world will return to the inflation record of the 1970s, the growth of productivity and the power of central bankers will win the economy.


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World economic growth slows to 5.9 percent

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said in a new report that it estimated that global average economic growth in 2021 had fallen to 5.9 percent, down 0.1 percent from the previous estimate.

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Government debt reached a record $ 88 trillion

The International Monetary Fund predicts that government debt accounts for 97.8% of world GDP in 2021.


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Framework for Regulation of Cryptocurrencies in Iran: Review of International Approaches and Proposal

Report on Framework for Regulation of Cryptocurrencies in Iran: Review of International Approaches and Proposal Published by Monetary and Banking Research Institute.

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Russia has the world's fifth-largest foreign exchange and gold reserves

Russia's foreign exchange and gold reserves have reached an all-time high and are now the world's fifth-largest after China, Japan, Switzerland, and India.


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Using Blockchain Technology in Money and Capital Markets: Assessing Global Experiences and Providing Policy Recommendations

According to the Public Relations of the MBRI, in the executive summary of the report it is stated: Blockchain technology, as a type of distributed ledger technology, is a way to record and verify transactions in a decentralized manner. The parties have full access to transaction records, and there is no possibility of changing them. This technology can fundamentally change the role of existing financial intermediaries in exchange and settlement and simplify complex financial processes and reduce costs.

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Iran's economy from IMF perspective

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has highlighted growth for Iran's economy in a report after the World Bank announced that Iran's average economic growth would continue this year and next.


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The state of economic indicators from the perspective of the International Monetary Fund

The International Monetary Fund has cut the world's average economic growth in 2021 to 5.9 percent, which is 0.1 percent less than the previous estimate.

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Nobel winners in economics were announced

The Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences was awarded to three economists.


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The monthly report on industrial production for September was published

The monthly report of industrial production using the information of TSE-listed companies related to September was published by the Monetary and Banking Research Institute of the Central Bank.

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World Bank: Iran's economy has emerged from a two-year recession

Iran's economy emerged from a two-year recession thanks to the limited remission of the Corona crisis and the gradual increase in crude oil production from the second half of 2020.


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FAO: Global food prices hit a 10-year high

The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) said global food prices rose in September for the second month in a row as vegetable oils and grain prices rose to a 10-year high.

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Wealth growth after the Corona outbreak

Wealth growth accelerated for the rich after the Corona outbreak.


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Europe is likely to make up for the energy crisis by shutting down factories

The unprecedented rise in gas and electricity prices in Europe will force European politicians to shut down factories to save energy.

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What was the unemployment rate in European countries?

Among European countries, Spain has the highest unemployment rate at 14%.


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Amount of Corona aid from the International Monetary Fund

The International Monetary Fund has so far lent more than $ 250 billion to various countries.

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Barclays predicts higher oil prices next year

Barclays raised its forecast for oil prices in 2022, citing continued demand improvements and deepening supply shortages.