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11:40, 26 August 2016 Friday
Economy

12:51, 08 August 2016 Monday
Qatar sees no economic or political risks in Turkey

Qatari Ambassador to Ankara says bi-lateral trade could double through committment to undertake further investments in Turkey

15:05, 28 July 2016 Thursday
TIKA Chief Fate of Turkey will not be like Iraq

Radical cleansing will start a new era in Turkey, says the head of the Turkish Cooperation and Development Agency (TIKA)

16:13, 20 July 2016 Wednesday
EU dodges China market status question

EU Commissioner for Jobs, Growth and Investment and Competitiveness Jryki Katainen told reporters "we should forget this phrase" when asked if that meant granting market economy status to China.

15:47, 15 July 2016 Friday
Attacks on oil industry see Nigerian budget shortfall

Militancy has reduced revenue from oil industry by half, senior official says

16:43, 11 July 2016 Monday
World bank IGAD sign 5 million grant for East Africa

The grant was signed Monday in Nairobi to mitigate impact of forced displacements on refugee hosting communities in East Africa

13:38, 11 July 2016 Monday
EU will strive for 'more and better' trade with China

The EU Trade Commissioner Malmstrom made the comment while speaking to Chinese students in Beijing ahead of a China-EU summit.

16:08, 10 July 2016 Sunday
G20 commits to open global economy amid slowdown

Trade Ministers Meeting in Shanghai concludes with pledge to push efforts toward trade liberalization and facilitation

11:44, 09 July 2016 Saturday
Moody's cuts UK euro area growth forecast

Brexit raises uncertainty for consumer, investor confidence, ratings agency says

09:20, 08 July 2016 Friday
S amp P cuts outlook for 7 UK banks

Ratings agency sees negative trend for UK banking sector post Brexit

15:24, 05 July 2016 Tuesday
UK central bank announces credit boost plans

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney eases lending rules after vote for Brexit

15:25, 04 July 2016 Monday
Italian bank slumps on bad loan warning

Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, or BMPS, is among the banks at the forefront of those concerns with gross bad loans amounting to 46.9 billion euros ($52 billion).

15:14, 01 July 2016 Friday
EU proposes 2 billion for refugees in Turkey by August

Fund to be used in support of education, health, municipal, socio-economic support for refugees in Turkey

13:23, 30 June 2016 Thursday
Turkey's trade deficit narrows by 25 pct

Turkish Statistical Institute says energy prices drive fall in imports

12:45, 28 June 2016 Tuesday
Volkswagen to pay 15B settlement in emission scandal

Some car owners will receive $10,000

15:18, 27 June 2016 Monday
Sterling and euro struggle as Brexit shock lingers

Given all the uncertainty, investors were pricing in a chance of a rate cut with some analysts expecting the Bank of England to consider quantitative easing to cushion the economy

17:35, 26 June 2016 Sunday
Egypt underperforms region in a reaction to Brexit

The Egyptian stock index was down 5.8 percent in early afternoon.

12:51, 24 June 2016 Friday
Brexit vote shakes world economy markets

The pound sterling sees its lowest level against the the US dollar in over 30 years

14:08, 22 June 2016 Wednesday
A majority of millennials now reject capitalism poll shows

A subsequent survey that included people of all ages found that somewhat older Americans also are skeptical of capitalism.



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