Seasonally-adjusted sentiment in Turkey's service and retail industries deteriorated in June but construction industry confidence improved in the month.
Home sales in Turkey rose by 2% y/y to 116,558 units in May, following April's 8% y/y growth.
Turkey’s business confidence index rose 3% m/m to 112.4 in June, the highest level seen since May 2014’s 113.5.
The capacity utilisation rate (CUR) of Turkey's manufacturing sector rose further to 79% in June, the highest figure recorded since August 2008’s 81.9%.
Turkey's consumer confidence index deteriorated by 3.8% m/m to the level of 70 in June, the lowest recorded since March’s 67.8.
President Erdogan's referendum flop has given the CHP leader an opportunity, but he will struggle to create a united front including nationalists, Kurds, and socialists.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said the government will "take measures" if lenders refuse to ease interest rates.
Turkish equities experienced an inflow of $252mn in the week ending June 16 as the benchmark BIST-100 tested a new record high of 100,001 on June 13.
The gross debt stock of Turkey's central government rose 15% y/y to stand at TRY806bn (€204bn) as of the end of May.
Borsa Istanbul mulls slicing two digits from its benchmark BIST-100 index, psychological ploy to drive buying under discussion with market participants.
The 5% growth in the first quarter was built on government spending and a consumer credit boom, which analysts fear could store up problems for the future.
Russian state atomic energy corporation set to sign preliminary deal to sell stake in nuclear project Turkey badly needs to cut costs of imported energy.
The Turkish construction sector's calendar-adjusted turnover index rose 5.3% y/y in Q1 after growing 11.4% y/y in Q4 2017.
Turkish president says Ankara will fight legally and politically against decision, US says move sends a clear message.
Turkish equities experienced an outflow of $168mn in the week ending June 9, but the main index edges up.
Turkey’s short-term external debt stock rose by 3% m/m to $105.3bn at end-April from $102.2bn at end-March.
Turkey’s central government budget surplus rose 74% y/y to TRY6.39bn (€1.63bn) in May from TRY3.66bn a year ago.
Turkey's unemployment rate fell further to 11.7% in March, the lowest level posted since last October.
Turkey’s central bank on June 15 kept its policy rates on hold in line with expectations.
Thousands gather at Ankara start of Kemal Kilicdaroglu's walk to Istanbul prison to challenge spying conviction of Enis Berberoglu.