1. juco

    Santander raises 123 bank charges

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  2. beyazbayan

    Raises my spirits

    Mo Ghile Mear - Mary Black - YouTube
  3. perfect1949

    Turkish Central Bank Raises Interest Rates

    In a move to take the economy off the inflationary boil and strengthen the Turkish Lira the Turkish Central Bank increased the interest it charges banks to as much 12.5 percent. dave Read more Fethiye Times.com | Turkish Central Bank Raises Interest Rates
  4. culturevulture

    BA raises fuel surcharge on long haul flights.

    British Airways adds £60 fuel surcharge to long-haul flights A family of four will have to pay £240 more for flights after British Airways announced the biggest rise in fuel surcharges in its history. British Airways adds £60 fuel surcharge to long-haul flights - Telegraph It had to come. I...
  5. ceemac

    S&P Raises Turkey Long-Term Rating to BB

    I have no idea what this means but I assume it's good news for Turkey, and hopefully anyone who lives or has an investment there. 'Feb. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services said it raised its long-term foreign currency and local currency sovereign credit ratings on the Republic...
  6. PhilCo

    Robust economy raises Turkey's hopes

    Analysis By Jorn Madslien Business reporter, BBC News The robustness of Turkey's economy, which has staged an impressive recovery since the country's 2000-1 financial crisis, faced its toughest test yet earlier this year. Both the lira and the stock market took a tumble as investors...
  7. merlin

    Morgan Stanley raises its stake in Finansbank....

    Morgan Stanley holds more than 5 percent of Turkish Finansbank's shares after a transaction that was carried out earlier this week, according to a statement issued by the investment bank. Finansbank, owned largely by Fiba Holding, is one of the mid-sized banks that has stayed out of the recent...
  8. merlin

    Turkey Raises Taxes on Luxury Goods....

    The Turkish government boosted taxes on luxury goods to 20 percent today in a bid to curb the country's growing current account deficit. The increase in the "special consumption tax" was decided by the Cabinet on Monday. Taxes were increased from 6.7 percent to 20 percent on some 60 goods...
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