Turkey's central government gross debt stock increased 16% y/y to stand at TRY795bn (€198bn) as of the end of April.
Turkish consumers seem quite willing to spend on goods apart from big ticket items despite strong potential regional and domestic instability. The consumer confidence index has been on the rise since February.
Turkish president fails to win concessions on extraditing Gulen or arming Kurdish forces in Syria.
Turkey’s Q1 short-term external debt stock rises 4% q/q to $102bn.
Presidents put on brave faces over Washington's arming of Syrian Kurds, Trump speaks of great relationship.
Turkey's unemployment rate declined from 13% in January to 12.6% in February.
Turkey's budget deficit in the first four months of this year amounted to TRY17.9bn (€4.62bn) against the TRY5.4bn surplus seen in the first third of 2016.
Listing for at least 50% of firm set to be largest float on Turkish stock exchange in years.
Beijing is investing a massive $124bn into the global project to invest into infrastructure and trade networks across four continents.
EBRD investment falling on political jitters, IFC beset by relocation rumours.
Float of world's largest cruise port operator prices near the bottom end of the range.
Any further signs that the rule of law and property rights are under threat could send international investors scurrying for the exit.
Turkey’s current account deficit declined by 18% y/y to $3.06bn in March.
Lack of angry outburst from president points to Turkey not wishing to stoke tensions ahead of Erdogan's meeting with Trump.
Training women in science and technology to give them access to the green job market would reduce shortfall of skilled workers in emerging energy sectors.
Sergei Guriev backs Alexei Kudrin's reform plan in Russia and warns over economic shocks to Central Asia from China.
CFA Institute managing director Gary Baker talks to bne IntelliNews about winning back trust for the financial services industry and developing the sector's human capital.
Commercial banks have been slow to jump at the opportunity to finance small-scale energy efficiency projects because the return on investment for them tends to be low.
Turkey’s calendar-adjusted industrial production index moved up 2.8% y/y in March, marking the best growth in output recorded since May 2016.
Impact of Putin and Erdogan's new "full-format" relations felt at peace talks, but Al-Assad opponents walk out of meeting shouting angrily.
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