- Referring to the two constituents of the capital market as the equity and debt markets, the CEO of Iran Farabourse believes that the bank interest rate reduction may positively and directly affect the market. Mr. Hamooni holds the idea that it not only increases demand in the debt market, it will also move people towards investing in equities. Interest lowering can also raise companies’ interest in the capital market and different financing instruments, since many economic plans will become economically justifiable with lower interest rates.
- Iranian officials have confirmed the resumption of Iranian crude sales to Royal Dutch Shell Oil Industry Company. Emphasizing that only one oil shipment has been sold to this company in the post sanctions era, they have stated that negotiations are underway to ink long term deals.
- Calling the capital market the mirror image of the economy performance, market analysts believe that the stock market will start its growth following the country’s economy recovery, mainly due to the anticipated developments in the post-sanctions era. In this regard, they stress the importance of fundamental analyses which can hinder investors from emotional trading.