US President Donald Trump's missile attack on Iran, killing Major General Qasem Soleimani, has "transformed a simmering but manageable pot into an inferno", according to one investment professional, but the industry is urging investors not to reposition portfolios in the wake of the Iran-US crisis. Since the incident, Iran has retaliated by launching a missile strike at Iraqi air bases housing US forces, in what it described as an act of self-defence. The US followed suit with a letter to the UN describing its killing of Soleimani as an act of self-defence and announcing it is "ready...
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