[NEW YORK] Companies around the globe, concerned that heightened tensions between the US and Iran could roil bond markets, are rushing to borrow cheaply while they still can.
IRAN'S retaliation for the death of its top Iranian commander was swift, but somewhat underwhelming to many quarters. Consequently, markets opened in the red but clawed back losses.
[SINGAPORE] Escalating friction between the US and Iran will likely have limited impact on Asian stock markets, according to UBS Global Wealth Management and JPMorgan Asset Management.
[LONDON] Brent oil rallied above US$65 per barrel and was set to notch up a 6 per cent gain this week on fears of a US military attack on Iran that would disrupt flows from the Middle East, which...