World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey's benchmark stock index BIST 100 started the day down 0.24 percent, reaching 103,145.23 points on Wednesday.
Turkey's BIST 100 index dropped 248.76 points while indices of the banking and holding sectors decreased 0.40 percent and 0.12 percent, respectively.
Among all sectors, the sports index was the best performer, rising 0.65 percent, while the banking index declined the most, by 0.40 percent.
The BIST 100 rose 2.07 percent, or 2,095,99 points, to close at 103,394 points on Tuesday with a trading volume of 6.1 billion Turkish liras (around $1.64 billion).
The U.S. dollar/Turkish lira exchange rate increased to 3.6930 at 9.30 a.m. local time (0630GMT) Wednesday, compared with 3.6790 at Tuesday’s close.
Last month, central government debt stock surged 19.5 pct year-on-year, reaching $209 billion, says Treasury
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Property sales to foreigners see yearly increase of 23 pct from January to June, according to official report
US uranium production dropped from 49 percent in 1987 to 5 percent today
Chileshe Kapwepwe from Zambia becomes first woman to head trade bloc
Last month, inflation among EA19 countries rose to 2 percent, up 1.3 percent from same month last year, says Eurostat
BIST 100 climbs 0.10 pct, while Turkish lira gains value against foreign currencies
Nearly 8.5 million new passenger cars were registered in EU in first half of 2018, says manufacturers' association
Economic partnership agreement is biggest ever negotiated by EU and will create an open trade zone
BIST 100 rises 0.08 pct; US dollar/Turkish lira exchange rate stands at 4.8420
The dollar was up versus the yen but down against the euro and pound, with all eyes on US President Donald Trump's summit with Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.
Tax revenues totals nearly $72.1 billion while interest payments amounts to over $8.2 billion in January-June period