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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Probably feeling that HDN and the Gülen-affiliated Today’s Zaman were spreading too much truth, pro-government daily Sabah launched Daily Sabah (no pun intended)
I have been taking part in the “tape protests.” Supporters of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan attacked protesters with döner knives during the summer
Two of the three analysts interviewed by Wall Street Journal Turkey for an article with a similar title think so.
The fighting between PM Erdoğan and Islamic cleric Gülen seems to have come to a halt. Investors are happy, as they feel that the conflict has been resolved for good
If you would like to learn about the Turkish housing market, you should visit Upton Park in East London tomorrow
The markets’ mood regarding Turkey took a decisive turn for the better last week. Turkish assets have, in fact, been recuperating from previous losses since the Central Bank’s emergency rate hike Jan. 28.
Did you ever wonder how economists make use of the dismal science to declare their love?
I don’t know about standard, but the decision is not poor at all. The outlook revision reflects two emerging risks to S&P’s ratings on Turkey
I got an email from a loyal reader, who fervently believes that Turkish inflation statistics are cooked, shortly after the January figures were released on Feb. 3.
Most of the analyses of the Central Bank of Turkey’s rate hike last week concentrated on its impact on banks and corporations. There was surprisingly little mention of consumers.