The breathtaking marathon of Iran's nuclear talks [with the P5+1 group] stopped in the Austrian capital, Vienna, but not as a finishing line before going back to the past situation. It is, however, more similar to a short rest taken before negotiations begin again, which this time will continue until July 1, 2015. Although Iranian officials held high expectations about this round of negotiations to reach a final deal, many people, especially experts in foreign policy knew that the possibility of achieving a comprehensive nuclear agreement was meager. The Iranian market, on the other hand, expected the signing of a comprehensive agreement would bring about a new opening to the market, thus putting an end to several months of anticipation. Of course, this did not happen and, therefore, the reaction shown to the result of Vienna talks and extension of negotiations by the Iranian market and commercial sector was somehow cold. However, when it comes to the public opinion, the reaction shown to Geneva talks’ finale was more positive as most people are now more confident about a few issues.