Don’t waste too much time on this question. Recep Tayyip Erdogan has not thrown in the towel. This conjuror, this polariser, who has made life in Turkey miserable for so many Turks since 2002, will be back for another round.
Sensational victory for opposition's Imamoglu. How strongman president reacts to second humiliation now the question in earthquake for Turkish politics.
Turkey tense ahead of controversial June 23 poll with strongman’s strategies for reclaiming the city seemingly failing at every turn.
If this Machiavellian survivor loses, things might soon entirely unravel in a snap election. If he wins, it might be at the cost of hugely tarnishing his democratic legitimacy.
MP asks finance minister Albayrak if he has asked the statistics institute to adjust consumer price rise figures in a “fictional” way. Adds that incorrect numbers would wrong millions of workers by restricting pay hikes.
Rating agency sees Erdogan administration as unwisely focused on near-term priority of “propping up economic activity at expense of eroding underlying resilience of economy and banking system to external shocks”.
Hits out at ousted mayor describing him as a “Gulenist”. Makes intervention after key figure urges Kurds to vote against ruling party candidate and following televised debate which some observers say did not go well for the president’s man.
Fall is worse than predicted. Analysts weigh up whether Turkey can avoid double-dip recession.
Observers see upcoming poll as test of whether Turkey can still claim to be a democracy. Erdogan keeping low profile unlike in run-up to original vote that produced shock opposition win.
Liquidity move will mean national lender will indirectly buy government bonds or print money to finance Treasury.
Bond issues in Central and Eastern Europe in May were down steeply on previous years to a total of $3.1bn from six issues, but they were up in Russia and the CIS to $1.1bn from four issues, albeit from a low base.
Higher exports and tourism season set to shrink gap in months ahead. Deleveraging amid country’s economic turmoil continues.
Ratings agency says risk of another balance of payments crisis is rising, meaning the risk of a government default down the line is also increasing.
Duo accused of attempting to undermine the economic stability of Turkey, the world’s biggest jailer of journalists for three straight years.
Good news for credit card holders as officials devise more ‘sugar highs’ ahead of the revote Turkey’s strongman simply must win.
Decision was expected. Both lira and political outlook—with Istanbul revote and more Russian missile rows with US ahead—are unstable. Officials remain engaged in manipulating currency and injecting fresh loans into zombie companies.
Sees huge growth opportunity for online payments. e-commerce in Turkey growing stably at over 10% each year, but still in infancy.
Total gross amount to be distributed as bonus shares and cash dividends from 2018 profit equals 83% of TRY1.25bn net profit.
It fell to 69.79 in May, the weakest level recorded since last September's record low of 62.45.
It grew to TRY14.2bn (€2.17bn) according to a report by GfK Temax.