Midweek Roundup: New Jersey Legalizes Online Gambling, Russia Fears Economic Meltdown Due to AML Enforcement, and More

The European Union is set to start the process of easing sanctions against Iran next month with a goal of completion in January, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday. In total, European and U.S. officials have granted Tehran approximately $7 billion in sanctions relief in exchange for curbing some of its nuclear program. The core of EU and U.S. financial sanctions, however, remain in place. More Russia's crackdown on money laundering and other financial crimes could lead to a financial collapse, the Moscow International Currency Association cautioned in a statement. Last week's closure of the Moscow-based Master Bank over money...