Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
With the decrease in domestic demand, particularly in the housing, houseware and automotive sectors, the pressure on the Central Bank for interest rate reduction will remain effective
ISTANBUL - Anadolu Agency
Credit rating agency Standard&Poor’s has announced it will organize its meeting in Turkey
BEIJING - Reuters
The Fed shouldn’t damage emerging market economies while signaling a reduction of its bond buying program
TOKYO - The Associated Press
Japan’s nuclear agency has labeled the radioactive water leakage in Fukushima nuclear plant a ‘serious incident’
The Turkish Lira hit a record low on Aug. 27 even as the Central Bank’s governor said his organization had a war chest of up to $40 billion to defend the currency amid turmoil for emerging economies.
Turkey’s consumer confidence index dropped to 77.2 percent in August, a fall of 1.6 percent from the previous month, according to new data.
ANKARA / Hürriyet
Turkey’s banking watchdog prepares to observe the banks in Turkey from the “inside,” following Erdoğan’s harsh criticisms against very high revenues of the banks from non-banking activities.
Economy Minister Zafer Çağlayan announced yesterday that 3,058 incentive certificates worth 46.2 billion Turkish Liras were issued in the first seven months of this year
ISTANBUL – Hürriyet Daily News
The hunger and poverty lines for a four-member family have continued to rise in Turkey, a recent survey has shown
The Turkish Lira’s historic fall against the dollar continued this morning, as it weakened to another record low
After an exhausting week with steep slides in lira and stock markets, the Central Bank’s next step is awaited while analyts rule out a serious collapse
NEW DELHI - Reuters
India’s lower house of parliament has approved a plan worth nearly $20 billion to provide cheap grain to the poor
ATHENS - Reuters
Greece can achieve a primary budget surplus this year and growth in 2014 if it sticks to economic reforms, but a return to bond markets will be challenging, Joerg Asmussen said
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