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  • Turkey: Tough political negotiations ahead Monday, 8 Jun 2015 | 4:15 AM ET
    Turkey: Tough political negotiations ahead

    The Turkish AK political party failed to get a majority vote for the first time in 13 years, which could signal problems ahead. CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports the latest.

  • Turkey is going backwards: Economist Monday, 8 Jun 2015 | 3:30 AM ET
    Turkey is going backwards: Economist

    Economist Arda Tunca tells CNBC that a lack of democracy in Turkey has been holding the country back.

  • Turkey shares slide as ruling party falls short Monday, 8 Jun 2015 | 2:56 AM ET
    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

    Tayyip Erdogan's hopes of assuming greater powers suffered a serious blow as the ruling AK Party failed to win an outright majority.

  • Turkish voters weigh in on election results Monday, 8 Jun 2015 | 1:35 AM ET
    Turkish voters weigh in on election results

    CNBC's Hadley Gamble talks to Turkish voters about the issues that have dominated the country's general election.

  • Ruling party loses majority in Turkey Monday, 8 Jun 2015 | 1:15 AM ET
    Ruling party loses majority in Turkey

    CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Istanbul as Turkish election results roll in.

  • *Senior AK Party official sees minority govt, early election. ANKARA, June 7- Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's hopes of assuming greater powers suffered a serious blow on Sunday when the ruling AK Party failed to win an outright majority in a parliamentary election, preliminary results showed. The pro- Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party was on track to take...

  • *Senior AK Party official sees minority govt, early election. ANKARA, June 7- Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's hopes of assuming greater powers suffered a serious blow on Sunday when the ruling AK Party failed to win an outright majority in a parliamentary election, partial results showed. The pro- Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party was on track to take more than...

  • *Senior AK Party official sees minority govt, early election. ANKARA, June 7- Turkey's ruling AK Party may struggle to form a stable government alone, partial results from a parliamentary election indicated on Sunday, dealing a significant blow to President Tayyip Erdogan's ambitions of assuming greater powers. Erdogan, Turkey's most popular but also divisive...

  • *Ruling AK Party expected to be largest party by far. By Daren Butler and Ayla Jean Yackley. ISTANBUL, June 7- President Tayyip Erdogan sought a crushing victory for his vision of a "new Turkey" at elections on Sunday that would furnish him with sweeping executive powers opponents say could undermine democracy.

  • Supporters of the AK Party (AKP) flags during an election rally.

    Turkish elections on Sunday may allow the controversial Justice and Development Party and President Erdogan to consolidate their grip on power.

  • What to expect from the Turkish election Friday, 5 Jun 2015 | 1:35 AM ET
    What to expect from the Turkish election

    Lubomir Mitov, chief economist for Central and Eastern Europe at UniCredit, assesses the risks for Turkey and markets as the country prepares to elect a new government this weekend.

  • MOSCOW/ ANKARA, June 3- Russia's Gazprom plans to start building a pipeline to Turkey this month to get gas to Europe without going through Ukraine, company sources said, although it has no firm agreement with Ankara and faces opposition from the European Union. With the EU determined to reduce its energy dependence on Russia and Turkey seeking big discounts for...

  • Is the Turkish government too involved in telecoms? Tuesday, 2 Jun 2015 | 11:15 AM ET
    Is the Turkish government too involved in telecoms?

    Kaan Terzioglu, CEO of Turkcell, talks about the company's strategy for the future and working with the Turkish government.

  • Why June could be a turning point for markets Monday, 1 Jun 2015 | 4:59 PM ET
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Even beyond talk of a "June swoon," an unusual number of major events makes this month a critical time for markets.

  • ISTANBUL, May 29- ING Group NV, BNP Paribas and Bahrain- based Arab Banking Corp have submitted bids to buy HSBC's Turkish business, a source familiar with the process said on Friday. Four other sources said Dutch lender ING was interested in buying HSBC's Turkish business, comprising corporate and investment banking operations as well as a loss-making retail...

  • *Turkey believes robust military vital for regional role- analyst. *China weapons deal has raised concern among NATO members. ANKARA, May 27- For years Turkey has boasted NATO's largest army, bar only the United States, and now President Tayyip Erdogan wants a defence industry to match.

  • *Weakened AKP under attack over economy. ISTANBUL, May 25- Murat Dalga stands in a shop filled with everything but customers and swears he won't be voting for Turkey's ruling AK Party this time around. That has given the opposition a new line of attack and highlights the difficulties a weakened AKP will face after the June 7 polls, when it will need to bring in overdue...

  • *Weakened AKP under attack over economy. ISTANBUL, May 25- Murat Dalga stands in a shop filled with everything but customers and swears he won't be voting for Turkey's ruling AK Party this time around. That has given the opposition a new line of attack and highlights the difficulties a weakened AKP will face after the June 7 polls, when it will need to bring in overdue...

  • ANKARA, May 21- A Turkish parliamentary candidate tipped as a key member of the next government's economic team said on Thursday that Turkey could ill afford to loosen monetary or fiscal policy while the global economy remains fragile. Naci Agbal, who resigned as finance ministry undersecretary in February to run as a ruling AK Party candidate in the June 7...

  • Turkish rates likely to be left unchanged: Analyst Wednesday, 20 May 2015 | 4:20 AM ET
    Turkish rates likely to be left unchanged: Analyst

    Will the Turkish central bank hold off on hiking rates due to the appreciation of the Turkish Lira against the US dollar? Simon Quijano-Evans, head of EM research at Commerzbank, weighs in.