BIST 100 index surges 1.39% to close Monday at 106,846.18 points
Borsa Istanbul closes 1.91 percent higher; Turkish lira loses value against US dollar.
Turkey’s automotive exports increased by about $1.6 billion in the first 8 months.
Turkish government proposes to set up wealth fund to keep growth on track and limit economic damage from failed coup.
Following end of third round in Ankara, fourth round will be held in Islamabad in August.
- ‘This announcement is proof that collective campaigning works,’ BDS campaigner asserts
Turkish lira dips to 3.1270 versus US dollar at 0830 GMT.
Time to raise rates getting closer, according to Dudley.
Turkey's foreign trade volume up in June, says Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekçi.
Labor market strengthening, household spending up but commerical investment soft, Fed says.
Turkey aims to export elemental boron with 96% purity, the production technology of which it recently developed.
Official data also reveal increase in female workforce participation from last year.
Turkey's economy is protected as more than $10 billion is changed to Turkish lira since July 15 coup attempt.
Company's stocks reach all-time high.
Total FDI reaches $3.5B in the first five month of 2016.
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