economy

  1. Tenpin

    IMF: Global economy will suffer worst year since Depression

    https://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/amp/imf-global-economy-will-suffer-worst-year-since-depression-153878 Beaten down by the coronavirus outbreak, the world economy in 2020 will suffer its worst year since the Great Depression of the 1930s, the International Monetary Fund says in its latest...
  2. E

    The real state of the economy

    hurriyetdailynews.com/opinion/serkan-demirtas/turkys-postponed-social-problems-come-to-the-surface-148481 The storey is about 4 people from Istanbul 2 sisters and 2 brothers taking cyanide because of dept .
  3. bickern

    News about Britain’s economy you might not have heard

    Britain is, of course, in a Brexit-driven recession of its own making, while other EU countries are powering on ahead without us. Or so we keep being told. The ideas is that we are distancing ourselves from European markets – and concerned manufacturers will move production to factories...
  4. Tenpin

    Voting With Their Cash, Investors Lose Faith in Erdogan Economy

    Interesting read: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-05-16/voting-with-their-cash-investors-lose-faith-in-erdogan-economy?utm_source=google&utm_medium=bd&utm_campaign=Pol&cmpId=GP.Pol
  5. suzyq

    Turkey's troubles deal new blow to stumbling economy

    The end to a ceasefire with Kurdish militants and political uncertainty after inconclusive June elections are compounding already mounting problems for Turkey's stuttering economy, analysts say. The resumption of regular attacks by the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) militants in the...
  6. B

    Ed Balls and the economy.

    Ed Balls thinks the country is mad enough to vote Labour again - Telegraph I think this article sums up the "economic policy" of Ed Balls. I believe that in the last paragraph, this MP has the right idea, and good luck to him, I hope that he gets his plan up and...
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    Turkish Economy

    I watched a CNBC Access Middle East programme on Turkey. Given that CNBC repeat a lot of their programmes, I'm sure it will be shown again and again. They started with a clip from Erogan's speech at Davos and went on to discuss the Lira, Turkey's relationship with the EU, Erdogan being the...
  8. bickern

    New ransomware economy

    Be warned against clicking attachments. Makes sorry reading. To encrypt a file it creates a copied encrypted version, then deletes your original, therefore you can undelete if those files have not been overwritten, but if you are not capable of doing so yourself and you have many files then...
  9. Mushtaq

    Economy becomes liability for Turkey's scandal-hit government

    When a senior Turkish businessman publicly criticized the central bank this week for failing to stabilize the tumbling lira currency, he was taking aim at a pillar of support for the government: its reputation for strong economic management. Monetary policy "is causing losses to companies which...
  10. Jaycey

    Britain will become biggest economy in Europe

    Britain 'will become biggest economy in Europe' - Telegraph Britain 'will become biggest economy in Europe' - Yahoo Finance UK :hmm::hmm::hmm::hmm::hmm:
  11. Mushtaq

    Turkey to be top ten economy by 2023

    Currently the world's eighteenth largest economy below the Netherlands and Indonesia, Turkey's GDP is currently £774.9 billion according to figures from the World Bank. She said: 'Following a financial crisis in 2001, the government adopted tough financial and fiscal reforms, successfully...
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    Turkish Economy and House Prices

    Its not all economic doom and gloom particularly with regard to the Turkish economy and the effect it will have on house prices especially in Istanbul International property investment market update 2013 -- IP Global Ltd
  13. juco

    How bad is the economy in Spain?

    Interesting read regarding Spain. Spain Now Faces a Systemic, Societal, and Sovereign Collapse - BlackListedNews.com
  14. northpole

    Camerons economy plan

    l am so angry with Camerons polocies on how to balance the countries account books. Here is my view l have also posted the same comment on another forum Building houses is not the answer to balancing the books.There are already a million plus empty dwellings around the country,they can be...
  15. eshek

    The Economy

    Só Riso Mail Vídeos Cómicos Funny Videos - O político que representa realmente a população!
  16. Yalides

    British economy in a nutshell

    Sometime this year, we taxpayers will receive another 'Economic Stimulus' payment. I'll explain it by using a Q & A format: Q. What is an 'Economic Stimulus' payment ? A. It is money that the government will send to taxpayers. Q.. Where will the government get this...
  17. northpole

    A False Economy

    l don't understand the dealings on how the economy works.But l do know that if one cannot afford something then one must save up for it to afford it. But!,when l hear of britian being trillions in dept and still throwing money away to other corrupt countries is confusing.l just read the news...
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    Turkish economy growing quickly!!

    June 30, 2011 1:20 pm Turkish growth soars 11% By Delphine Strauss in London Turkey has outpaced China with first quarter annualised economic growth of 11 per cent – but its red-hot economy is proving more of a headache for policymakers than a cause of celebration. Thursday’s data, showing...
  19. Mushtaq

    Buy Turkish Call Options as Economy Recovers

    Investors should buy bullish over- the-counter options on Turkish stocks because they may climb 23 percent as the nation’s economic recovery continues, Credit Suisse Group AG (CSGN) said. Equity derivatives strategist Daniel Roy recommended buying a December call option on the Istanbul Stock...
  20. Mushtaq

    Fears grow that Irish economy will befall same fate as Greece

    Country's budget deficit now worst in the developed world By Sean O'Grady, Economics Editor Friday, 1 October 2010 Ireland edged closer to default yesterday as her government said the already crippling cost of rescuing her banking system had risen to almost €50bn (£43bn). The latest bank...
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