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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A high-up investment banker acquaintance was one of those who coined the term the fragile five in August 2013 to refer to five countries whose currencies had depreciated significantly during the summer
Yesterday’s rate-setting meeting of the Turkish Central Bank was 'about nothing,' just like the 90s hit comedy show Seinfeld. To such an extent that I was able to write this column even before the meeting
If this past week taught us anything, it is that you don’t mess with Erdoğan – if you didn’t know that already. Because if you do, He will mess with you back – big time.
“When will economists just admit that they can’t predict for *beep*?” When Özyeğin University marketing professor Steven H. Seggie asked this rhetorical question in a tweet after the U.S. jobs report on Sept. 5, I correctly predicted Turkey’s July industrial production figures in my Sept. 8 column to prove him wrong. I have to admit I cheated.
Sleep deprivation can have different consequences on different people. I have difficulty concentrating and become surprisingly hyperactive. I found out about another effect last week
Second quarter Gross Domestic Product (GDP), which was released on Sep. 10, disappointed big time.
“When will economists just admit that they can’t predict for *beep*?”
At 0.1 percent monthly, Turkey’s August inflation, which was published on Sept. 3, disappointed again by coming in slightly higher than expectations of 0 percent
I noticed a major shift in my friends’ perceptions of Turkish political risk: Those who used to equate Erdoğan’s one-man rule with stability now expect political and social unrest
When I checked into my London hotel Monday night, on Aug. 25, I was soaking wet.
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