FOREIGNERS sold a total of USD 5.5bn worth of shares in the first eight months of the year. I highlighted this before: If foreigners are selling their assets, it is a signal of two economic expectations. Firstly, it implies that the stock prices might fall further. Secondly, it signals that the foreign exchange could appreciate...
The CAD is big and its financing is bad!
To what extent does the misery index influence voters’ choices?
AI and beyond
Budget deficit risk of around 7% of GDP
Tourism revenues rise higher than the number of tourists
Need for anchor
Patents with technological advances in the automotive ecosystem
Let’s estimate FX rates…
Inflation soared while the policy rate was lowered
Famous banks’ election expectations
Energy and gold don’t explain the CAD
Levent Kafkasli becomes GM of GAP Insaat
Global tension: Is it decision time for Turkey?
When you don’t learn from a mistake from 30 years ago
UNDP sends containers to the quake-hit region
Annualized foreign trade deficit tripled in 1.5 years
KKM, liraization: Fiddlesticks!
Capacity usage down contrary to real sector confidence
Black Sea puzzles
BEGINNING with the pamphleteers of the 16th century, several authors have pointed to the roots of Spanish economic woes and singled out the influx of Mexican and Peruvian precious metals, a phenomenon that is worth labelling Moctezuma’s curse. Moctezuma II – in some sources Montezuma II – was the Aztec emperor when conquistador Hernán Cortes...