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Turkey’s January current account deficit was almost $1 billion less than last year, official data has shown
The Turkish Lira has dropped to a weak 2.25 against the US dollar
LONDON - Reuters
Turkey’s lira will weaken more this year, caught in the crosshairs of emerging market capital outflows and an ascendant U.S. dollar, according to a Reuters poll
Turkey’s industrial production in January outpaced market expectations by rising 7.3 percent on an annual basis and recording the fastest increase in 27 months, official data has shown.
The Turkish banking sector’s net profit in January fell 43.9 percent year-on-year to 1.415 billion Turkish Liras ($641.6 million), the banking watchdog said on March 10.
The amount of money Turks spend on talking, text ing or connecting to Internet via phone line surpasses 32 billion Turkish Liras, data released by the communication watchdog has shown
Turkey axed its gold imports by 93 percent year-on-year in Febuary. The lowering exports to Iran, which was used to pay for gas bought from the country, and the rattled lira have curbed demand
After 11 years of fast growth, the question now is whether the development of civil aviation can be sustained in this era of a weaker lira
Babacan stressed the law was the most important factor in the bid to create trust in countries’ economies.
AMMAN - Reuters
The Middle East’s driest winter in several decades could pose a threat to global food prices, with local crops depleted and farmers’ livelihoods blighted, climatologists say
World shares and hard-hit Russian assets rebounded on Tuesday after Russia's president said he saw no need to use military force in the Crimea for now
Ankara’s EU accession process is currently at a highly 'unsuccessful' juncture with regards to both Turkey and the EU, TÜSİAD head Muharrem Yılmaz said
Turkey’s inflation rose 0.43 percent in February, hitting its highest rate in six months on an annual basis, official data has shown.