BIST 100 index sees highest level since September 15 with 108,455.75 points

BIST (Istanbul Stock Exchange) 100 increases again

Istanbul Stock Exchange (BIST) 100 index closed the day at 108,433,55 pounds with 1.41 percent rise on October 20. The BIST 100 index increased by 1,507.16 points compared to the previous close, while the total transaction volume was 4.7 billion pounds. The banking index gained 2.54 percent and the holding index gained 2.21 percent. Among sector indexes, More...

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Turkish Airlines starts promotion campaign for passengers
By Editor On Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
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Turkish Airlines to start special campaign for winter season to attract more passengers

The competition among Airline companies seems to be getting tougher all the time. In fact, most companies look for ways to attract more passengers to survive this situation. Turkish Airlines THY)  is a good example More...

By Editor On Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
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US Dollar rises on the first day of the week after Trump meets with economist Taylor

US Dollar started the day with a rise and fluctuated between 3.64- 3.65 against Turkish Lira. News about President Trump’s meeting with John Taylor, an economist with Stanford University and prospects of US president More...

Foreign direct investment in Turkey
By Editor On Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
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Foreign direct investments in Turkey increase by 28.8 percent in 8 months

It is reported that foreign direct investments in Turkey amounted to about 4.9 billion dollars in 8 months of this year corresponding to an increase of 28.8 percent over the same period in 2016. It was also observed More...

Turkey will allocate largest portion of its budget for education
By Editor On Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
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Turkey to allocate largest portion of 2018 budget for education and defense

Turkey’s Finance Minister Naci AGBAL has stated that education sector will use largest part of the 2018 budget, while defense ranks second in the line. AGBAL declared that Turkey’s budget expenditures are More...

Number of tourists arriving in Antalya by air increases
By Editor On Monday, October 16th, 2017
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The number of tourists arriving in Antalya via air exceeds 9.5 million

It is reported that the number of foreign tourists coming to the city via Antalya Airport reached 9 million 37 on Friday, October 13. The rate of increase for the period between 1 January and 13 October was recorded More...

Central Bank Governor says inflation will gradually decrease in Turkey
By Editor On Monday, October 16th, 2017
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Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT) says inflation will gradually descend

Mr. MURAT CETINKAYA, the President of the Central Bank of Turkey has commented that the effects of monetary policy on inflation will start to become more apparent in the upcoming period and they expect the inflation More...

Economy Minister expects Turkey to be number one in G20
By Editor On Sunday, October 15th, 2017
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Turkey’s Economy Minister says Turkey will be number one in G20

Speaking at the AK Party Kütahya 6th Ordinary Central District Congress, Mr. ZEYBEKCI, Turkey’s Minister of Economy pointed out to the to the third quarter growth rates and stated that Turkey would perform better More...

By Editor On Friday, October 13th, 2017
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Turkey’s government to increase corporate tax to 22 percent

Turkish government has decided to take additional fiscal measures to balance its budget. The government, which is seeking to launch a new attack in economy with the “Medium Term Economic Program” has begun More...

British government starts "direct foreign investment" projects in 6 countries
By Editor On Friday, October 13th, 2017
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UK determined to improve its economic relations with Turkey

Despite major political and economic problems TURKEY has gone through in recent years, some of its partners in the western world have not refrained from extending their support. Among these the United Kingdom has More...

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