Turkey central bank raises benchmark rate to 24%; lira rallies
Agreements that are priced in or indexed to foreign currencies to be amended in 30 days
European shares rebound as Turkey stress eases
Banks had been the worst hit by concerns over Turkey, taking the index to a 21-month low.
Turkey calls US 'wild wolves', vows to abandon dollar in trade
Ties between NATO members Washington and Ankara hit a new low last month as Donald Trump announced steep new tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminium in response to the detention of an Ameri...
Turkey bids to change its status from a developed country to a developing one
However, it would appear that Turkey is already accessing climate funds far in excess of more vulnerable and poor countries from the European Union.
Turkey rushes to buy advanced Russian air defence system
"Turkey needs S-400s and its deal has been done," President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said in the western city of Balikesir. "God willing, we will buy them in the shortest time."
India at Organisation of Islamic Cooperation makes sense: Indonesia FM Retno Marsudi
Indonesia, a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council and head of the sanctions committee on counter terrorism, played a key role in the fresh move to declare Masood Azhar a global terrorist recently.
Debt contagion in Argentina and Turkey is spreading to other countries
Emerging market countries with with highest levels of foreign cash flows are most likely to be hit by contagion.
Forget Turkey, China devaluing will be worse for India: Russell Napier
Turkey default very bullish for dollar, negative for European equities and selected EMs
Foreign currency borrowings of Turkey close to 100% of GDP: Russell Napier
Indian macros better than other EMs. Turkey could be at risk of major default. It is sitting on very high foreign currency debt, says Russel...
Lira extends slide as Erdogan says Turkey in an economic war
The lira tumbled as much as 11 percent against the dollar in thin trading in Asia.
Mercer appoints Arvind Laddha from JLT as CEO for India
In his new role,Arvind Laddha will be responsible for driving growth in India.
India hopes US will extend waiver of sanctions imposed on Iranian oil
The US imposed sanctions on Iran in November after abrogating a nuclear deal in a dispute over Tehran’s nuclear and missile ambitions.
PM Narendra Modi intensifies diplomacy
Saudi MoS for Foreign Affairs Al-Jubeir briefed the PM on the follow up of the outcomes of the Crown Prince visit.
Jeera in a bear grip, likely to see more pain
Production in India is estimated to be around 10 per cent higher than the last year.
US slaps sanctions over charged pastor; Turkey vows reprisal
WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States slapped sanctions on two Turkish officials on Wednesday over a detained American pastor who is being tried on espionage and terror-related charges. Turkey vowed retaliation "without delay," warning it would harm relations between the two allies.
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