Lower Oil Prices Increase Investor Appeal in Turkey – For Now
Turkey is one of those emerging market countries that investors are never quite sure about, and the lower oil prices are sparking investor interest again.
After Turkish Election, Investors Voice Concerns
Though Erdogan was widely credited for Turkey's healthy GDP growth, investors worry he will concentrate too much power as president.
The Iron Silk Road: Istanbul’s Marmaray Tunnel Links Europe, Asia Undersea
First phase of “pharaonic” project turns a sultan’s dream into reality.
Turkey’s Economic Landscape Filled With Hazards
A growing economy that offered opportunities aplenty is now fraught with risk
Investors Remain Bullish on Turkey Despite Political Unrest
The recent wave of anti-government protests in Turkey continues to gain steam but foreign investors are not particularly perturbed by the demonstrations. Not for the time being, anyway.
Turkey Plans ‘Wall Street of Istanbul’
With a $2.6 billion investment, an Istanbul suburb will be transformed into a sparkling ménage of high-rise buildings, a symbol of Turkey’s resumption of a position of power on the global commercial stage.
Is the U.S. a Declining or Gutsy World Power? News Analysis
It is precisely the lack of guts today that has furthered economic decline and fomented geopolitical instability, and that is unworthy of the military heroes whose sacrifices enabled a more vigorous America.
Brighter Times for Turkey?
Turkey's stocks are appreciating at a rapid clip. Straddling Europe and Asia, Turkey teeters between Western secular democracy and ancient traditional culture. But this vast nation of 73 million has a modern, robust economy and may one day join the European Union.