Turkey – Factors To Watch Out For On December 3rd


ANKARA, December 3 (Reuters) – Here are news, reports and events that could affect Turkish financial markets on Friday.

The lira was at 13.75 against the US dollar at 0408 GMT, down from Thursday’s closing price of 13.67. It lost around 46% of its value against the greenback this year.

The main stock index BIST 100 (.XU100) rose 1.22% to 1,880.06 points on Thursday.

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Shares fell on Friday after Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi announced it would be delisted in New York to allay concerns over US-China tension and technical regulation while oil spilled on Omicron and worries about rate hikes for the sixth straight weekly drops. Continue reading


The Turkish Statistics Institute will announce inflation data for November (0700 GMT). According to a Reuters poll, inflation is expected to rise to its 3-year high of 20.7% annually. Continue reading


The rating agency Fitch has revised the outlook for Turkey to negative and confirmed its rating to BB- according to a statement.


Turkish banks will support a “new economic model” based on low interest rates, which is championed by President Tayyip Erdogan, said the chairman of the Turkish banking association Alpaslan Cakar in an interview with the broadcaster Apara. Continue reading


Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan will attend a civil servant appointment and charity award ceremony in Istanbul (1100-1630 GMT).


Turkey recorded 21,747 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, data from the Ministry of Health showed. Turkey recorded 192 deaths from the virus over the same period.

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