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  • Countdown to the Dutch election

    Pepijn Bergsen, analyst for Economist Intelligence Unit, talks about the Netherlands upcoming election, and its political tensions with Turkey. Added comment from AMRO Private Bank's Mary Pieterse-Bloem.

  • Michael Flynn is causing headcaches for the Trump White House

    The White House is facing more questions over former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn admit report that he had done work for the Turkish government before the election.

  • ISTANBUL— A helicopter crashed on a highway on Istanbul's outskirts Friday after apparently hitting a television tower in dense fog, reports said. Vasip Sahin said that the helicopter crashed in Istanbul's Buyukcekmece district after taking off from Ataturk Airport, adding that the cause of the crash was under investigation. Authorities initially...

  • Emerging market economies appear to be exposed to proposed border adjustment tax policies by Republicans; Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

  • BERLIN, March 9- German Chancellor Angela Merkel told Turkey to stop using Nazi references in an escalating row between the NATO allies over the cancellation of Turkish ministers' rallies in Germany, only for the Turkish foreign minister to repeat the same comparison. Turkey is fuming that some German authorities, citing security concerns, have stopped its...

  • ZAGREB- Croatia National Bank monetary policy meeting. MANILA- Philippine Central Bank Governor Amando Tetangco to deliver keynote speech at an awards night for the country's fixed income trading platform, at the Makati Shangri-La Hotel- 1000 GMT. LIMA- Central Bank of Peru interest rate decision.

  • Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

    Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan accused Germany on Sunday of "fascist actions" reminiscent of Nazi times.

  • *Wants support of Turkish voters in Germany for referendum. *Germany says rallies were banned on security grounds. BERLIN, March 6- Germany rejected as "absurd" on Monday Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's comparison of its ban on several rallies to the Nazi era, but it also stressed the importance of ties between the two NATO allies in an attempt to defuse an...

  • *Al Qaeda suspected of new seaborne attack. LONDON/ RIYADH, March 6- Cruise missiles, floating mines and a remote-controlled boat have been deployed to attack ships in Yemen in recent months, changing the dynamic of the two-year-old war and pushing the country closer to famine, shipping and aid officials say. The conflict in Yemen, which al Qaeda has exploited to...

  • LONDON, March 6- Emerging stocks rose half a percent on Monday, rebounding after two lossmaking sessions as investors absorbed the likelihood of slower China growth and a March interest rate rise in the United States. Bourses in Asia and Russia chalked up solid gains while Turkey's stock index roared 1.4 percent higher to a two-year high, led by shares of...

  • WARSAW- National Bank of Poland monetary policy meeting. CANBERRA- Reserve Bank of Australia monetary policy meeting. TBILISI- National Bank of Georgia monetary policy committee meeting.

  • KIEV- National Bank of Ukraine monetary policy meeting. WARSAW- National Bank of Poland monetary policy meeting. CANBERRA- Reserve Bank of Australia monetary policy meeting.

  • ANKARA, March 1- The founder of Turkish conglomerate Dogan Holding was summoned on Wednesday to appear in court over fuel smuggling accusations, a day after Turkey's president criticised its Hurriyet newspaper for a story suggesting discord between government and the army. Aydin Dogan, 80, who ran the media-to-energy conglomerate until 2010 and is now...

  • ANKARA, March 1- The honorary chairman of Turkish conglomerate Dogan Holding was summoned on Wednesday to appear in court over accusations of fuel smuggling, a day after Turkey's president criticized a story published in the group's Hurriyet newspaper. Aydin Dogan, 80, who founded and ran media-to-energy conglomerate until 2010, is a prominent figure in...

  • Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

    Here are some of the key stories CNBC is following this hour.

  • CANBERRA- Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe will appear at the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics. CHISINAU- National Bank of Moldova announces interest rate decision. ANKARA- Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey monetary policy meeting.

  • SINGAPORE- Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester speaks on "View From the Federal Reserve" before the Global Interdependence Center "Central Bank Series: Singapore" event- 0115 GMT. SYDNEY- Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe to speak at the Australia-Canada Economic Leadership Forum- 2230 GMT. WARSAW- National Bank of Poland...

  • CAIRO- Central Bank of Egypt monetary policy committee meeting. SYDNEY- Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe to speak at the Australia-Canada Economic Leadership Forum- 2230 GMT. WARSAW- National Bank of Poland monetary policy council meeting.

  • BANGKOK- Bank of Thailand Governor Veerathai Santiprabhob and National Economic and Social Development Board head, Porametee Vimolsiri, to speak about the Thai economy- 0600 GMT. CAIRO- Central Bank of Egypt monetary policy committee meeting. SYDNEY- Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe to speak at the Australia-Canada Economic Leadership Forum-...

  • *Bank has used liquidity moves to drive up borrowing costs. *Current stance "not a return" to daily policy shifts. ANKARA, Feb 9- Turkey's central bank will stick with unorthodox measures to keep borrowing costs at five-year highs at least until inflation peaks this year, according to people familiar with its thinking, despite sharp criticism from investors.