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Iran's economy minister cautioned against "frenzied behavior" Monday after Iranians sold rials for foreign currency over the weekend amid plunging oil prices and the prospect of several more months of economic sanctions.The rial lost 2,100 Sunday to trade at 35,600 to the U.S. dollar, its lowest in a year, according to Iran's Student News Agency ISNA, though currency trading websites showed it slightly firmer Monday at about 34,900 .The currency has been hit by what OPEC member Iran sees as twin setbacks – a fall in the price of oil and the prospect of more months of sanctions curbing its ability to do business with the rest of the world.
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