*Asia worried about Brexit effect on financial markets. *Trading to begin in Asia within hours. LONDON/ BEIJING, June 26- Turmoil unleashed by Britain's vote to leave the European Union heightened anxiety in Asia on Sunday, with China, Japan and South Korea fretting over the risk to global financial stability a few hours before markets reopen.
*Asia worried about Brexit effect on financial markets. *Trading to begin in Asia within hours. LONDON/ BEIJING, June 26- Turmoil unleashed by Britain's vote to leave the EU engulfed the opposition Labour Party while policymakers as far away as China, Japan and South Korea fretted on Sunday over the threat to global financial stability, hours before markets reopen.
BUENOS AIRES, June 21- Venezuela has badly mismanaged its vast oil resources, a senior U.S. diplomat told Reuters in an interview on Tuesday in which he said a change in government could quickly turn the OPEC member's fortunes around. Tensions have been high between Washington and Venezuela, where the president is facing a possible recall referendum amid...
*Iran central bank says 200 banks have established ties. *Supporting gradual rebound in Iran- Europe trade. But in the last few weeks, the officials and bankers say, Tehran has begun making a dent in its financial isolation by forging banking channels via small institutions, many of which do little or no business in the United States and so feel less legally exposed...
*Iran says has agreement with Boeing for new planes. DUBAI/ PARIS, June 14- Iran said it had reached an agreement with Boeing Co for the supply of jetliners on Tuesday, reopening the country's skies to new U.S. aircraft for the first time in decades under an international deal to ease sanctions. The sources said the agreement was so far only a broad outline of what a...
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