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December 6, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin 06/12/2004

Turkey is curiously focused on the EU verdict due on December 17th while interpretations based on declarations made by various parties involved on the headlines, set the general mood day by day in the country. The markets are endeavouring to…

November 22, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – 22/11/2004

The Treasury mandated Citigroup and Morgan Stanley to tap the Eurobond market for the 6th time since the beginning of 2004, for a US$500mn eurobond priced to yield 6.7% and maturing on March 2015 .In the domestic affairs, work on…

November 2, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – 02/11/2004

Despite positive remarks from Chirac and Schroder subsequent to PM Erdogan meeting the markets are not yet fully conviced on the December 17th EU verdict. In the meantime, the framework of the IMF standby beyond 2004 has started to take…

October 18, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – 18/10/2004

Cukurova Group’s non-payment of its debt to Yapi Kredi Bank was the focus of the markets amidst very significant International developments such as record oil prices and Turkey – EU relations being debated in French parliament. On the Domestic front,…

October 5, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – 04/10/2004

Last minute Penal Code tuning by the Parliament prior to the progress report to be announced on Oct. 6th together with the decision of EU due mid December and future of IMF relations are the major issues debated and traded…

September 21, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – 21/09/04

The AKP government has withdrawn the much-debated Penal Code from the Parliament in a surprising move which prompted panic selling in the financial markets and caused a major uncertainty ahead of the EU progress report.Yesterday, domestic benchmarch Feb’22 2006 traded…

September 6, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – 06/09/04

Debate over widening Current Account deficit has intensified subsequent to announcement of July BOP data with differing views on the part of rating agencies (Fitch decision from stable to positive whereas Moody’s alarming comments). The markets are more and more…

August 23, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – August 23, 2004

Release of “The Turkish Bulletin”, the semi-monthly newsletter of BNP Paribas in Turkey. “The Turkish Bulletin” presents a macro economic analysis on the following topics: – Economy and market, – Politics and domestic affair– Company news– Sector news and privatization…

August 16, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – August 9, 2004

Release of “The Turkish Bulletin”, the semi-monthly newsletter of BNP Paribas in Turkey. “The Turkish Bulletin” presents a macro economic analysis on the following topics: – Economy and market, – Politics and domestic affair– Company news– Sector news and privatization…

July 28, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – July 26, 2004

Release of “The Turkish Bulletin”, the semi-monthly newsletter of BNP Paribas in Turkey. “The Turkish Bulletin” presents a macro economic analysis on the following topics: – Economy and market, – Politics and domestic affair– Company news– Sector news and privatization…

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PrintPrint
December 6, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin 06/12/2004

Turkey is curiously focused on the EU verdict due on December 17th while interpretations based on declarations made by various parties involved on the headlines, set the general mood day by day in the country. The markets are endeavouring to…

November 22, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – 22/11/2004

The Treasury mandated Citigroup and Morgan Stanley to tap the Eurobond market for the 6th time since the beginning of 2004, for a US$500mn eurobond priced to yield 6.7% and maturing on March 2015 .In the domestic affairs, work on…

November 2, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – 02/11/2004

Despite positive remarks from Chirac and Schroder subsequent to PM Erdogan meeting the markets are not yet fully conviced on the December 17th EU verdict. In the meantime, the framework of the IMF standby beyond 2004 has started to take…

October 18, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – 18/10/2004

Cukurova Group’s non-payment of its debt to Yapi Kredi Bank was the focus of the markets amidst very significant International developments such as record oil prices and Turkey – EU relations being debated in French parliament. On the Domestic front,…

October 5, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – 04/10/2004

Last minute Penal Code tuning by the Parliament prior to the progress report to be announced on Oct. 6th together with the decision of EU due mid December and future of IMF relations are the major issues debated and traded…

September 21, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – 21/09/04

The AKP government has withdrawn the much-debated Penal Code from the Parliament in a surprising move which prompted panic selling in the financial markets and caused a major uncertainty ahead of the EU progress report.Yesterday, domestic benchmarch Feb’22 2006 traded…

September 6, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – 06/09/04

Debate over widening Current Account deficit has intensified subsequent to announcement of July BOP data with differing views on the part of rating agencies (Fitch decision from stable to positive whereas Moody’s alarming comments). The markets are more and more…

August 23, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – August 23, 2004

Release of “The Turkish Bulletin”, the semi-monthly newsletter of BNP Paribas in Turkey. “The Turkish Bulletin” presents a macro economic analysis on the following topics: – Economy and market, – Politics and domestic affair– Company news– Sector news and privatization…

August 16, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – August 9, 2004

Release of “The Turkish Bulletin”, the semi-monthly newsletter of BNP Paribas in Turkey. “The Turkish Bulletin” presents a macro economic analysis on the following topics: – Economy and market, – Politics and domestic affair– Company news– Sector news and privatization…

July 28, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin – July 26, 2004

Release of “The Turkish Bulletin”, the semi-monthly newsletter of BNP Paribas in Turkey. “The Turkish Bulletin” presents a macro economic analysis on the following topics: – Economy and market, – Politics and domestic affair– Company news– Sector news and privatization…

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