The third month of the year ended as various financial markets grew, according to TradeNews. Market Returns in the Spring of 1401 How was it?
The price of the dollar
The price of the dollar National exchange grew by 10.57% in the first three months of this year. This is the lowest return among financial markets. This figure was 2.56% for the first two months of the year.
The National Exchange changed the selling price of the dollar to 24,994 Tomans on March 19th. Meanwhile, the national exchange rate was recorded at 27637 Tomans on 31 June.
In the free market, there have been many fluctuations in the last three months, but in general, it was up compared to March. In the last month of last year, the price of the dollar fell to 25,000 tomans due to positive news and optimism about the Vienna talks. But the halt in negotiations and some international and domestic variables boosted the dollar this year. The US exchange rate entered a new historical channel in June. But back to the lower channels. Of course, it still has a positive return compared to May. The national exchange rate also entered a new channel last month, growing by 7.82%.
In another aspect of Market Returns in the Spring of 1401Gold prices rose 17.14% during the period. This figure was 13.48 for the first two months of the year.
gold price On the last working day of March, he finished his work with a price of one million and 225 thousand and 813 Tomans. While the market reached the price of one million and 435 thousand and 886 Tomans on 31 June.
Prices for coins
Coin market buyers also made a profit in the spring of 1401. The new coin price growth was 26.22%. This is the highest return among the markets. In the first two months of 1401, the coin was in first place with 18.08% growth.
Prices for coins On the last day of March, it was 12 million and 280 thousand Tomans and on the last day of June, it reached 15 million and 500 thousand Tomans.
The price of gold and coins also fluctuated a lot from the beginning of this year, especially in the third month of 1401. In such a way that both of them moved in different channels during the month of Khordad. Gold went back and forth to the channel of one million and 500 thousand tomans. New and old design coins were also entered into 16 and 15 million Toman channels, respectively.
In another aspect of Market Returns in the Spring of 1401Overall Index Exchange Also grew last month. The capital market ended March 1400 at the level of 1,345,030 units.
Meanwhile, the total index of the stock exchange on the last day of June was 1,539,630 units. These figures mean a growth of 14.47% of the total index. In the first two months of the year, the stock market had the highest return after 17.45 growth after the coin, but now it is in the third place.
In another aspect of Market Returns in the Spring of 1401Pride prices rose 10.22%. This figure was 9.68% for the first two months of the year.
Pride 111 was traded for 186 million Tomans at the end of March and 205 million Tomans at the end of June.
Signals affecting market returns in the spring of 1401
According to Tejarat News, financial markets have been affected recently Vienna talksIssuance Resolution of the Board of Governors And imposed new sanctions on Iran.
After creating increasing fluctuations in the gold and silver market, the government tried to control the financial markets with measures. These included restricting the purchase of coins on commodity exchanges and meetings with exchange offices, and facilitating the buying and selling of dollars (market valuation).
Meanwhile, according to the announcement of the organized foreign exchange market, the sale of foreign exchange by exporters to exchange offices with new trading symbols was launched in the organized foreign exchange market.
Although these measures had controlled the market to some extent, the free market dollar has entered the higher channel again since yesterday and fluctuates in the same channel today. Some market participants blame the lack of currency injection into the market by the central bank.
Take a look at the Vienna negotiation process
Nuclear talks stalled in the last month of last year. Both sides emphasize that much of the agreement has been reached, but a few key issues remain. Until recently, various officials in the negotiating countries believed that an agreement was available. But now some officials, especially in the United States, have raised doubts. Iranian officials also see indecision in the United States as a factor in the disruption of the talks.
Meanwhile, Western sources claimed yesterday that three high-speed boats belonging to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps had approached American ships. The Washington Post quoted U.S. officials as saying in a report that three speedboats belonging to the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps had approached the two USS ships, the USS Sirocco and the USS Chukata County.
US Central Command spokesman Joseph Buchino claimed that the actions of the Iranian navy did not comply with international standards of professional conduct or maritime safety and increased the risk of miscalculations and collisions (October).
Today, of course, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov traveled to Iran to meet with Iranian officials. Experts say the purpose of the trip is to reduce tensions and find a way to resume the Vienna talks.
We are ready for a good agreement
Recently, Saeed Khatibzadeh, a spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said about the negotiations to revive Borjam: “Washington’s one-roof, two-air policy has been clear to everyone for years. The US government has caused the international community to distrust itself, and that is why we must be careful about the interests and rights of the Iranian people.
“We are still moving in the direction of diplomacy, and this train has not derailed despite all the negligence of the United States,” he told a news conference.
The State Department spokesman continued: “We hope that the American side will return to the path that results in the signing of the agreement as soon as possible.” We are ready to reach a good and strong agreement.
He also said that the debt of the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity to the Ministry of Energy of the Islamic Republic of Iran was received through TBI Bank.
Congressional lawmakers consider an agreement with Iran “unlikely.”
On the other hand, according to a leading American media outlet, congressional lawmakers say a new nuclear deal with Iran is an “unlikely” issue.
As US illegal and unilateral actions against Iran and its breach of its obligations under the UN Security Council continue, the Hill website has called a new nuclear deal with Iran “unlikely,” citing some senior congressional lawmakers.
“Legislators (Congress) say a new nuclear deal with Iran is unlikely,” Hill, whose main focus is on news from the US legislature (House of Representatives and Senate), issued a report Monday morning (Tehran time).
The report from the American website claims that the senators of both parties, who have recently been in talks with Iran by senior officials of the Biden government, say that they doubt that Tehran will agree to any new agreement to limit the development of nuclear weapons (Fars).
The shadow of Trump’s ominous legacy on the Vienna talks
Also yesterday, the New York Times wrote about the weight of Trump’s ominous legacy on the Vienna talks. The American newspaper called the Biden administration’s move in the event of a possible failure of the Vienna talks an unpleasant dilemma and cited Trump’s legacy as a major factor in the current situation (Economy Online).
IRNA also wrote that British companies are eager to cooperate with Iran, but British banks do not cooperate for fear of US sanctions. These companies are looking forward to the outcome of the Vienna talks in the hope of reviving trade relations with Iran.
Issuance of a resolution by the Board of Governors and the imposition of new US sanctions on Iran Market Returns in the Spring of 1401 put. The government tried to control the markets with measures.
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