If the nuclear deal with Iran succeeds, the world will see a great shift in geopolitics and economic growth. Iran has reached an agreement with the United States and five other countries to curtail its nuclear development program in return for economic sanctions...

There is still a great deal of distrust on both sides, but the fact that both President Obama and President Rouhani want a deal suggests a breakthrough may be possible.

The big date looms and the consequences for geopolitics could be even bigger:on November 24, Iran and the United States and five other leading nations, if all goes well, are scheduled to hold a summit in Geneva to complete negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program...

The US is currently in the 60th month of economic expansion, and appears poised for a year of 3.0% output growth after a weather-driven downturn during the first quarter. The unemployment rate could drop below 6.0% in the near future, but the Federal Reserve will...

Economist David Hale, chairman of David Hale Global Economics, said in general he expects stronger growth in the countries that are members of the Pacific Alliance

If he were a weatherman, International Monetary Fund economist André Meier said his economic forecast for Latin America would be “cloudy with a chance of rain.” Just four years ago, average economic growth in Latin America was 6.5 percent and self-confidence also...

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