Iran Post-Sanctions: Oil Surges, People Still Suffer

It's been 13 months since Iran struck a nuclear deal with six global powers. Has it led to greater stabilization in the Middle East? Oil output is nearing pre-sanction levels, but Iran's President Hassan Rouhani is under a lot of pressure to improve the standard of living ahead of the May 2017 election. In an interview with Bloomberg TV Canada's Rudyard Griffiths, Stratfor analyst Emily Hawthorne explains why the economic benefits of the deal have yet to trickle down to average Iranians. (Source: Bloomberg)

CLSA's Wong Sees 2H Cooldown in China Property Prices
43:21 - Nicole Wong, regional hed of property research at CLSA, discusses China's property prices for July and what they mean for the economy. She speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia." (Source: Bloomberg)
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