• If ECB rolls out QE, who will benefit?  Monday, 24 Nov 2014 | 5:50 PM ET

    Tim Umberger, Senior Advisor at East Capital, names Turkey as one of the countries that will benefit the most from potential stimulus in Europe. He later discusses the outlook for Russia.

  • ISTANBUL, Nov 24- Turkey and the United States smoothed over some differences in the fight against Islamic State during a weekend visit by U.S. Turkey has been a reluctant partner in the U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State, refusing to take a frontline military role despite its 1,200 km border with Iraq and Syria and thereby intensifying Western concern...

  • US, Turkey stay at odds over ISIS, Syria Saturday, 22 Nov 2014 | 2:59 PM ET

    Top officials from the U.S. and Turkey emerged from a meeting offering no indication that the two countries had bridged their differences.

  • *Inflation among highest in emerging markets. ISTANBUL, Nov 20- The Turkish central bank kept interest rates on hold on Thursday and said it would keep monetary policy tight until the inflation outlook improves significantly, hinting that no cuts are likely until next year. The Istanbul stock index and 10- year benchmark bond were little moved.

  • Energy price drop is a catalyst for Turkey's economy  Thursday, 20 Nov 2014 | 4:20 AM ET

    Simon Quijano-Evans, head of EM Research at Commerzbank talks about how dropping energy prices will affect Turkey's economy, especially as Turkey imports 90 percent of its energy requirements from elsewhere.

  • NEW YORK/ LONDON/ SHENZHEN, Nov 18- There is no trace of Shenzhen Lanhao Days Electronic Technology Co Ltd at its listed address in the beige and pink-tiled " Fragrant Villa" apartment complex in this southern Chinese city. But a Western intelligence report reviewed by Reuters says Shenzhen Lanhao is one of several companies in China that receives money from Iran...

  • DIARY - Emerging Markets Economic Events to Dec 1 Monday, 17 Nov 2014 | 7:02 PM ET

    Nov 18- For other related diaries, please. MAKATI CITY- Asian Development Bank to launch the latest Asian Economic Integration Monitor- 0130 GMT. BRASILIA- Brazil Central Bank President Alexandre Tombini may speak at congressional commission about deterioration of the country's fiscal results.

  • ISTANBUL, Nov 12- Insurers from Europe, Asia and the United States are among some 20 potential bidders in the sale by Turkey's state-run Halkbank of its pension and insurance arms, three sources close to the process said on Wednesday. European firms Ageas, Aviva and Zurich Insurance, Japan's Meiji Yasuda, Nippon Life and Sompo Japan Insurance, Malaysia's Khazanah...

  • Oil oversupply is not significant: Economist  Monday, 3 Nov 2014 | 4:50 AM ET

    Philippe Dauba-Pantanacce, senior economist for Turkey, Middle East and North Africa at Standard Chartered Bank is bullish on oil prices and claims data shows there is no real oversupply.

  • US needs to be more proactive on ISIS Wednesday, 22 Oct 2014 | 4:28 PM ET
    President Barack Obama delivers a prime time address from the Cross Hall of the White House on September 10, 2014 in Washington, DC.  Vowing to target the Islamic State with air strikes "wherever they exist".

    The US has only jumped into ISIS battles at the last minute to avert disaster. It's time to get ahead, says David Phillips.

  • ISTANBUL, Oct 22- Lockheed Martin and Turkish missile manufacturer Roketsan signed an agreement Wednesday to produce and sell Turkey's SOM-J air-launched cruise missile for the F-35 Lightning II combat jet, the companies said. "Lockheed Martin has a long history of partnership with Turkey, and we look forward to working closely with Roketsan on this very...

  • Euripides Evriviades, Cypriot High Commissioner to the UK, says Turkey is "violating international law" in its gas dispute with Cyprus.

  • US wealth inequality isn't as bad as you thought Friday, 17 Oct 2014 | 12:38 PM ET
    A woman begs in central Moscow.

    If you think wealth inequality in the U.S. is bad, consider Russia.

  • *Faltering euro zone economy, slower growth in China pose biggest risks. Indeed, the biggest danger for the world economy in the coming year is deflation or another recession in the euro zone, followed closely by the risk of slower growth in China, according to polls conducted globally over the past week. "Especially, the recent weakening of growth in emerging...

  • Retail consultancy Verdict predicts the global sector should return to growth in 2014 and expand by 22 percent to about $450 billion by 2019. The recovery will be driven by expansion in emerging markets, with China set to account for 30 percent of total spend five years from now. Pioneered in France, Britain and the United States from around the 1840 s by...

  • War on the doorstep compounds Turkey's economic worries Wednesday, 15 Oct 2014 | 8:40 AM ET

    Investors who until mid-2013 saw Turkey as a relatively safe bet in a chaotic region are increasingly alarmed that it might not only be dragged into the war in Syria but also lose the hard-won prospect of peace and economic revival in its own Kurdish region. So far, Turkey has resisted Western and Kurdish pressure to enter Syria's complex war by sending its tanks...

  • Why Turkey refuses to intervene in Kobani  Sunday, 12 Oct 2014 | 6:32 PM ET

    Kamran Bokhari, Advisor, Middle Eastern & South Asian Affairs at Stratfor, discusses the heavy fighting in Kobani over the weekend and Turkey's refusal to join coalition-led strikes.

  • *Fate of Syrian Kurdish town sparks unrest in Turkey. GENEVA/ MURSITPINAR, Turkey, Oct 10- Thousands of people most likely will be massacred if Kobani falls to Islamic State fighters, a U.N. envoy said on Friday, as militants fought deeper into the besieged Syrian Kurdish town in full view of Turkish tanks that have done nothing to intervene. The United Nations...

  • *Anger over fate of Syrian Kurdish town fuelling unrest in Turkey. GENEVA/ MURSITPINAR, Turkey, Oct 10- Thousands of people "will most likely be massacred" if Kobani falls to Islamic State fighters, a U.N. envoy said on Friday, as militants fought deeper into the besieged Syrian Kurdish town in full view of Turkish tanks that have done nothing to intervene.

  • Why the US should take PKK off the terror list Thursday, 9 Oct 2014 | 3:44 PM ET
    A picture taken on August 21, 2014 shows women Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) patrolling on the front line in the Makhmur area, near Mosul, during the ongoing conflict against Islamic State (IS) jihadists.

    Turkey is on the verge of a civil war. The US can help by taking the PKK off the terror list, says former State Dept. adviser David Phillips.