Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
The Turkish currency has tumbled to over 2.1890, reaching the levels it last touched before the local elections
The future of economy ministers has been a key concern for investors since the presidential elections, but expectations for the team to retain their posts have strengthened in the past few days
BRUSSELS - Agence France-Presse
The European Commission has announced a series of exceptional measures to help growers hit by a Russian ban on fruit and vegetable imports
ISTANBUL - Reuters
Turkish stocks and the lira have weakened, in line with emerging market peers, as investors awaited policy signals from the U.S. Federal Reserve
Moody’s has warned that Erdoğan’s victory in Turkey’s recent presidential elections might not abate political tension, stressing that economic risks remain.
Prominent economy figures from the government are stepping up their broadsides against international ratings agencies in response to their warnings over political uncertainty risks
BUDAPEST - Agence France-Presse
The EU "shot itself in the foot" by imposing trade sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine conflict, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in a radio interview Friday.
ISTANBUL - Anadolu Agency
The long-term foreign debt of Turkey’s private sector rose to $166.5 billion in June, a rise of $8.9 billion compared to December last year, the Central Bank has announced
ISTANBUL – Anadolu Agency
The price of new houses in Turkey has increased 10.79 percent in July compared with the same month of last year, Reidin-GYODER New House Price index shows.
Risks threatening the wealth of the Turkish economy have been under the scrutiny of international ratings agencies amid
escalating geopolitical risks and persisting tension in domestic politics
Former central bank governor Durmuş Yılmaz has lashed out at the critics of the Central Bank’s interest rate policies amid ramped up pressure by the government for lower rates.
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
Turkey earned 486 million Turkish liras ($224.5 million) from the two bridges over the Bosphorus in Istanbul and toll roads in the first seven months of 2014
BRUSSELS - Reuters
Economic recovery in the eurozone has appeared to stall in the second quarter, as the main growth engines, France and Germany, grind to a standstill, official figures has shown
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