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Turkish lira slips; Treasury to hold 3 auctions ISTANBUL: Turkey's lira weakened on Tuesday as some traders positioned for the outside chance of an interest rate cut at a central bank meeting on Thursday, although the market consensus was still for no change in rates.Analysts looked to Treasury auctions later in the day to gauge the level of demand for local assets in the run-up to the central bank meeting.Turkey's treasury was due to hold three bond auctions on Tuesday, including the tap of its fixed-coupon 2-year and 5-year bonds, as well as a 10-year CPI-index bond."Bids at Treasury auctions today will be important in shaping the expectations over the demand conditions for the upcoming issuances in the following three weeks as well," TEB-BNP Paribas said in a note.The lira slipped to 2.1010 against the dollar by 0823 GMT, compared with 2.0850 late on Friday. Financial markets were closed on Monday for a public holiday.In a Reuters poll, ...

Sterling rises to 16-month high vs euro after UK inflation uptick LONDON: Sterling rose to a 16-month peak against the euro on Tuesday, after a report showed British inflation rose more than expected in April and helped to widen the gap in yields between UK government and euro zone bonds.Britain's consumer price index rose to an annual rate of 1.8 percent last month from 1.6 percent in March, according to the Office for National Statistics. Economists in a Reuters poll had expected the index to rise ...
Sterling subdued as BoE warns on UK housing market LONDON: Sterling was subdued on Monday on growing expectations the Bank of England will step in to cool the UK housing market, giving it more leeway to keep interest rates lower for longer to support recovery in other parts of the economy.BoE Governor Mark Carney at the weekend gave his strongest warning to date about the risks of a housing bubble and said the central bank was looking at new measures to control mortgage lending ...
Sterling slips as BoE warns on UK housing market LONDON: Sterling eased on Monday, on growing talk the Bank of England will step in to cool the UK housing market, which would allow the central bank to keep interest rates lower for longer to sustain recovery elsewhere in the economy.BoE Governor Mark Carney at the weekend gave his strongest warning to date about the risks of a housing bubble and said the central bank was looking at new measures to control mortgage lending in ...
Yen on verge of breakout after US yields slide LONDON: The dollar struggled to hold an important support level against the yen on Monday, hit by a fall-off in expectations for higher US interest rates, while the pound faced pressure from signs a major merger deal will fail.Were the yen to drop below 101.20 yen per dollar, it would be the first time since November of last year that it has traded stronger than its 200-day moving average and in nominal terms the strongest ...
Turkish lira slips on emerging-market sell-off, prospect of rate cut ISTANBUL: Turkey's lira weakened from this week's 2014 highs as expectations of interest rate cuts amplified the impact of an emerging-market sell-off. Speculation was rife that Turkey's central bank would cut interest rates when its monetary policy committee meets on Thursday. The central bank raised rates sharply at the end of January to counteract an emerging-market sell-off that led the lira to plummet to record lows. "While profit taking was broad based in emerging market ...
Sterling looking at biggest weekly fall vs dollar in six weeks LONDON: Sterling closed in on its biggest weekly fall against the dollar in six weeks on Friday, still feeling the negative effects of a shift in expectations on when the Bank of England will raise interest rates. Traders widely expect the BoE to be the first major central bank to raise rates, probably early next year. But its quarterly inflation report and accompanying remarks by Governor Mark Carney earlier this week suggested it may not ...

 



 
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Annual2013/14
Foreign Debt $61.805bn
Per Cap Income $1,386
GDP Growth 4.14%
Average CPI 8.6%
MonthlyJanuary
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