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Non-Financial Sector Debt: Impending Risks

Previously we noted that Turkey debt will draw attention as global monetary conditions were set to be less friendly to developing economies than it had been in the past. Following the Trump win, we have seen a bond rout in the United States, resulting in…

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Q4 2015 GDP: Robust but Vulnerable

At 4 percent, Turkey GDP’s growth rate remained robust despite a challenging year, primarily driven by strong private and public consumption, and higher gross fixed capital formation in the public sector. In 4Q 2015, the economy expanded by 5.7% y/y comparing favorably with consensus of…

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2014 GDP Growth: Underwhelming

Turkey’s Gross Domestic Product expanded 2.6% in 4Q14, higher than the market consensus of 2.1%, bringing full year growth to 2.9%, compared with an upwardly revised 4.2% a year earlier. Stronger than projected stock drawdown was the key driver of the deviation from the consensus. The contribution…

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One Chart On Turkey’s Growth Dilemma

All agents in the country excluding the government walk on eggs while making an investment decision. This is usual when the private sector influence by the added insecurities and domestic and foreign macroeconomic developments. On the other hand in a country where a housing bubble…