Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The G-20’s pledge to boost growth could be wiped out by rising interest rates and weakening emerging economies, an IMF report said
Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan has said the loan increase rates have begun to slow down to levels desired by the Turkish government.
American bank Goldman Sachs predicted the Turkish Lira’s recent recovery is not sustainable and the dollar will climb up to 2.5 against the Turkish currency in six months to a year.
ANKARA / Hürriyet
A newly imposed regulation has resulted in millions of Turkish Liras in losses for citizens due to a drop in interest rates in the absence of competition
Banking sector risks are rising in Turkey, but lenders in the country should be able to weather the difficulties, Credit rating agency Fitch has said
The Turkish capital markets watchdog has blocked the 1 billion Turkish Lira Islamic bond issuance of an Islamic lender, according to a newspaper report
LONDON - Agence France-Presse
Huge deal-making in the pharmaceutical sector pushed up European stocks , even though tension over the crisis in Ukraine lurked in the background.
NEW YORK - Anadolu Agency
The President of Istanbul's Boğaziçi University, rang the closing bell of the NASDAQ Stock Market to honor the 150th anniversary of the founding of the school
Turkish and South African banks have been named as the most vulnerable systems regarding the U.S. Central Bank’s bond purchase tapering by the international rating agency Standard & Poor’s
The head of Turkey’s sole stock exchange has drawn an analogy between the Turkish economy and the famous fable of the tortoise and the hare to underline a warning against the middle-income trap
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet
Hedefonline, a Cyprus-based forex mediation firm serving Turkish investors, has gone bankrupt, causing 20 million Turkish Liras in investors’ money to evaporate
The Turkish government is hopeful that the stock exchange index, which is currently hovering around the 73,000 level, might exceed 90,000 points
ANKARA - Agence France-Presse
Turkish PM Erdoğan called on the Central Bank to cut interest rates in order to stimulate the economy
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