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March 22, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin 22/03/2005

Aside from the volatility in the markets (ISF-100 closed 12% down in USD terms, USD/TRL rate surged to 1.31), induced by both developments in the international (emerging markets sell off) and domestic front (media stoked tension with USA), the most…

March 8, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin 08/03/2005

Liquidity squeeze in the market and hence strong demand for the Central Bank repo auction, lower than expected February inflation data and improvement in the employment rate were the highlights of the previous two weeks. Turkish Bulletin – February 21,…

February 21, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin 21/02/2005

Strong demand to the 12-year Eurobond issue (longest Euro maturity so far), Moody’s upgrade of Turkey’s rating, BNP Paribas joint-venture with TEB (Turk Ekonomi Bankasi) and Turkish Banks’ BRSA Bank-only results were the highlights of the previous 2 weeks. Turkish…

February 14, 2005 -

BNP Paribas completes acquisition of 50% of TEB (Türk Ekonomi Bankası A.Ş)

BNP Paribas reinforces its position on the Turkish Banking market and acquires 50% of the holding company which controls the bank Türk Ekonomi Bankası A.Ş. (“TEB”) BNP Paribas and the Çolakoğlu Group announced today that they have closed the transaction…

February 7, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin 07/02/2005

Lower than expected January inflation data, agreement reached between Koc/Unicredito and Cukurova for the share transfer of the majority control of Yapi Kredi Bank were the highlights of the previous 3 weeks. Turkish Bulletin – February 07, 2005 (Acrobat Document…

February 3, 2005 -

BNP Paribas Group: Results as at 31 December 2004

Sustained growth in business Net banking income: 18,823 million euros (+ 5.0%) Fresh rise in profitability Net income group share: 4,668 million euros (+ 24.1%) After-tax ROE: 16.8% (+ 2.5 pts) Earnings per share: 5.55 euros (+ 28.8%)Dividend increased from…

January 17, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin 17/01/2005

The most important headlines of the last 2 weeks were the upgrade of Turkey’s sovereign credit rating to ‘BB-‘ from ‘B+’ by Fitch and the unexpected CBRT interest rate cut to 17% from 18%.In the meantime, Turkey issued its 1st…

January 3, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin 03/01/2005

The Introduction of New Turkish Lira, Announcement of December inflation data (2004 CPI inflation coming down to single digit after 34 years), new tax law calling for 15% witholding tax across all investment tools were the highlights in Turkey going…

December 20, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin 20/12/2004

Turkey is set to begin the EU membership negotiations in October 2005. This is probably the single most important outcome from the EU summit last week, though its significance was somewhat overshadowed by a conflict over the divided island of…

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…

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March 22, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin 22/03/2005

Aside from the volatility in the markets (ISF-100 closed 12% down in USD terms, USD/TRL rate surged to 1.31), induced by both developments in the international (emerging markets sell off) and domestic front (media stoked tension with USA), the most…

March 8, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin 08/03/2005

Liquidity squeeze in the market and hence strong demand for the Central Bank repo auction, lower than expected February inflation data and improvement in the employment rate were the highlights of the previous two weeks. Turkish Bulletin – February 21,…

February 21, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin 21/02/2005

Strong demand to the 12-year Eurobond issue (longest Euro maturity so far), Moody’s upgrade of Turkey’s rating, BNP Paribas joint-venture with TEB (Turk Ekonomi Bankasi) and Turkish Banks’ BRSA Bank-only results were the highlights of the previous 2 weeks. Turkish…

February 14, 2005 -

BNP Paribas completes acquisition of 50% of TEB (Türk Ekonomi Bankası A.Ş)

BNP Paribas reinforces its position on the Turkish Banking market and acquires 50% of the holding company which controls the bank Türk Ekonomi Bankası A.Ş. (“TEB”) BNP Paribas and the Çolakoğlu Group announced today that they have closed the transaction…

February 7, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin 07/02/2005

Lower than expected January inflation data, agreement reached between Koc/Unicredito and Cukurova for the share transfer of the majority control of Yapi Kredi Bank were the highlights of the previous 3 weeks. Turkish Bulletin – February 07, 2005 (Acrobat Document…

February 3, 2005 -

BNP Paribas Group: Results as at 31 December 2004

Sustained growth in business Net banking income: 18,823 million euros (+ 5.0%) Fresh rise in profitability Net income group share: 4,668 million euros (+ 24.1%) After-tax ROE: 16.8% (+ 2.5 pts) Earnings per share: 5.55 euros (+ 28.8%)Dividend increased from…

January 17, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin 17/01/2005

The most important headlines of the last 2 weeks were the upgrade of Turkey’s sovereign credit rating to ‘BB-‘ from ‘B+’ by Fitch and the unexpected CBRT interest rate cut to 17% from 18%.In the meantime, Turkey issued its 1st…

January 3, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin 03/01/2005

The Introduction of New Turkish Lira, Announcement of December inflation data (2004 CPI inflation coming down to single digit after 34 years), new tax law calling for 15% witholding tax across all investment tools were the highlights in Turkey going…

December 20, 2004 -

The Turkish Bulletin 20/12/2004

Turkey is set to begin the EU membership negotiations in October 2005. This is probably the single most important outcome from the EU summit last week, though its significance was somewhat overshadowed by a conflict over the divided island of…

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…