Weekly Roundup: U.N. Approves Sanctions Against North Korea, Islamic State Invests in Currency Markets, and More

The U.N. Security Council approved its toughest-ever sanctions against North Korea in response to the nation's most recent nuclear test and ballistic missile launches, Reuters reported. The resolution requires inspections of all cargo to and from North Korea, and the closure of any joint banking ventures and correspondent accounts that benefit the nation. More Islamic State is generating up to $14 million each month by investing stolen cash in Middle Eastern currency markets, according to the Express. More The European Central Bank revoked the license of Latvia-based Trasta Komercbanka AS for its involvement in a series of financial crimes over...