The manufacturing sector emerged as the largest recipient of international capital during January and February with $849 million.
Turkey’s quarterly carpet exports exceed US$500 million threshold .
Kemerkoy and Yenikoy thermal power plants located in the south western province of Mugla are privatized for $2.6 billion.
"Do not give credit to other than the official statement," Basci told reporters after his discord with PM Erdogan.
Slowing economies and higher interest rates will drag banks in emerging markets, says ratings agency.
Prime Minister Erdogan said during the 12 years of his party's rule the economy was never negatively affected by the elections.
Moody's changing Turkey’s credit rating from “stable” to “negative” is not based on well-established facts, said Economy Minister Zeybekci.
Moody's said one of the two drivers prompting the change in outlook was increased pressure on the country's external financing position
Russian funds for Turkey's first nuclear plant reached US$1.39 billion dollars in first quarter.
Turkey's agriculture is increasing, as the country exported food and beverage products worth $10 billion in 2013.
The Turkish Lira rallied to its highest value in over three months against the U.S. dollar.
Governor of Turkey's central bank dismisses calls for emergency meeting on possible interest rate cut.
Automotive exports to EU countries almost three-quarters of total for Turkey's industry
Head of Central Bank of Turkey estimates his country's economic growth to be around 4 percent in 2014.
Turkey's central bank total reserves decrease by $168 million in a week.
Automobile market shrunk one-fourth in first quarter of 2014.
Consumer prices reached highest level for eight months in March with increase set to continue until summer, financial reports indicate.
Crude steel production in Turkey totalled 5.5 million tonnes for January-February period of this year.
Foreign currency income along with healthy liquidity and debt maturity will help offset effect of a weaker lira for Turkish firms, Moody’s says.
Turkish Exporters' Assembly says exports increased 4.3 percent hitting $13.14 billion.
"The (Turkish) market is likely to appreciate the results of this election,” predicts Standardbank economist.