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Iran's economy set for post-nuclear deal boost: CNBC round up

Iran's economic troubles may have resulted in talks for a nuclear deal on Sunday. Some say the agreement could provide relief to Iran’s economy.
An Iranian woman looks in the window of a Geox store in northern Tehran
An Iranian woman looks in the window of a Geox store in northern Tehran Oct. 24, 2010.

Iran’s economy set for post-nuclear deal boostAnalysts say the Iran deal will likely provide some relief to the country’s economy over the next six months. By Catherine Boyle

No security ever built into Obamacare site: HackerSecurity flaws that threaten could leave users vulnerable. Hackers and other online securiy experts say security measures were not built into the site and discuss problems and possible solutions. By Matthew J. Belvedere

Santa Claus might not come to Wall Street this yearHistorically seen as a profitable month for investors, December might just catch many by surprise with some analysts growing increasingly wary of an overvalued market. By Matt Clinch

Who made Consumer Reports' 'Naughty & Nice' list?Policies, like products, sometimes fall short of expectations. And for the fourth year in a row, Consumer Reports is releasing its annual Naughty & Nice list. By Herb Weisbaum

German growth 'nothing to hang our hats on': Deutsche PostThe German economy might be growing and there are signs of a stabilization in Europe and beyond, but it's nothing to "hang our hats on," the chief financial officer of Deutsche Post DHL told CNBC. By Holly Ellyatt