Iranian police forces arrested 90 foreign currency dealers on charges of disrupting the foreign currency market on Wednesday, amid rising currency prices. In a joint operation between the police and Central Bank of Iran, 10 currency exchange facilities were closed down. According to Tehran police, one high-profile figure dealing in foreign exchange was arrested during the raid. The... Еще development comes as Iran is dealing with a surge in foreign currency rates, particularly the US dollar. The rising tension between Iran and the United States over the 2015 Iran nuclear deal has been pointed out as a cause of market turbulence.