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Iran Deal Creates 7 Major Impacts to Economy, Global Security

Monday, 25 Nov 2013 05:41 PM

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The Iran deal announced this past weekend by the U.S. government will have significant implications for the U.S. and the global economy.

Now LIGNET, the global intelligence service, reveals 7 major impacts of this agreement to the economy and global security.

In this special report, top former government intelligence officials detail:
Why Iran will benefit tremendously with this agreement, growing its global and regional influence
— How Israel has become “handcuffed” by the Obama administration
— The real reaction of the Saudis and the beginning of a new nuclear arms race in the region
— The coming fall in oil prices, for the short term
— The coming increase in gold prices
— Why Syria’s Assad turns out to be the real winner

LIGNET, run by top former CIA, NSA and other officials, goes behind the scenes to discover the real intel not found in the rest of the media.

Read this Full LIGNET Analysis today — Test Drive This Service for Just $1Go Here Now

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When you join LIGNET, you immediately become part of an exclusive network of global readers who are seeking the best available, actionable intelligence from some of the best-informed people on the planet.

LIGNET provides 24/7 coverage of world events, giving in-depth reports with unbiased analyses — written by seasoned intelligence and security experts including former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden, other senior CIA officials and operatives, presidential advisers, ambassadors, international intelligence veterans and other experts.

Former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden, a LIGNET adviser, says:

"LIGNET is a powerful tool for decision-makers and others who need to understand our world, as it is today and how it will be in the future. LIGNET provides you expert intelligence, insight and forecasting for today's rapidly changing world."

LIGNET offers members exclusive access to behind-the-scenes information that empowers individuals, investors, corporations and governments who want the tools and information to make better decisions in their global activities.

LIGNET's core areas of expertise include:

First-hand knowledge of international incident reports, tactical analyses, geopolitical and security issues, and breaking developments in strategically important regions, from insiders in the know

Proprietary financial analyses of significant geopolitical trends and accurate forecasts of global economies that can impact various levels of policy, corporate decision-makers, and individual interests

Exclusive access to developing energy policy straight from Washington, covering everything from climate change and renewable resources to natural gas and offshore drilling updates
Whether you're the CEO of a global corporation or a savvy investor with an interest in foreign markets or just a person who wants to be informed, you can tap into the power of LIGNET.

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