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Turkish Interest Rates Lowered Again

Guarding against Lira appreciation the Turkish central bank chopped a further 50 basis points off its benchmark interest rate today and also cut overnight borrowing and lending rates. The bank cut the one-week repo policy rate from 5.5%to 5%, the borrowing rate to from 4.5% to 4% and the lending...

Posted on 16 April 2013

Turkey Property: 2 Reasons to Buy ASAP

Turkish inflation has surged in May, making a rate rise in the country ever more likely in the near future. According to data from Turkstat, the annual inflation rate soared to 7.2% in May, from the almost 50 year low of 4.3% the month before. The Central Bank had forecast...

Posted on 03 June 2011

Turkish Central Bank Cuts Rate Further

The Turkish Central Bank has again cut its rates as inflation continues to slow in the rapidly growing economy. The bank said in an emailed statement that it was reducing its one week repo lending rate by 0.5 percentage points, bringing it to a record low. Recently the banks Deputy...

Posted on 17 December 2010

Turkish Central Bank Leaves Rate Unchanged

The Turkish Central Bank’s Monetary Policy Board kept the benchmark interest rates unchanged Thursday, with the overnight borrowing rate at 6.50 percent and lending rate at 9 percent. This is positive news for anyone considering buying a property in Turkey. Because Turkey made banking reforms in the 2001 crisis, liquidity...

Posted on 20 August 2010

Turkey Central Bank Cuts Rates Again, Borrowing now at Record Low

The Turkish central bank has cut the key interest rate even further in a bid to shore up the recent economic upturn. The CB cut rates by a further 25 basis points, bringing borrowing rates down to a record low of 6.50 percent and lending rates to 9 percent. This,...

Posted on 27 November 2009

Turkish Property Prices Up in July

Turkish property prices increased in six major cities in July, according to the most reputed index ran by reidin.com in conjunction with Garanti bank. The biggest increase was a 3.65% growth in Kocaeli house prices, Adana was a distant second with 1.09%, Ankara third with 0.98% house price growth, and...

Posted on 27 August 2009