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Business Turkey

  • Will Turkey Find a Compromise?

    Turkey's ruling party says it's now willing to hold a referendum over the Istanbul development plan that started the recent protests, reports CNBC's Seema Mody.

  • Taksim Square Cleared After Battles Overnight

    Riot police cleared out Taksim Square after a series of clashes with anti-government protesters overnight, reports NBC's Richard Engel. Several hundred people are still camped out in that area.

  • Violence in Turkey Subdued But Volatile

    Daniel Dombey, Financial Times correspondent, provides insight on the unrest in Turkey, as police clear Taksim Square following skirmishes in Istanbul overnight.

  • Why the Calm Over Istanbul Is 'Uneasy'

    Can Ertuna, reporter for NTV, quotes Turkish protestors as saying that the group meeting with the Prime Minister does not represent them, and describes the calm over Istanbul as "uneasy".

  • Will Turkish Calm Last?

    After days of anti-government protests, the prime minister of Turkey is calling on demonstrators to withdraw from Istanbul's Gezi Park, reports NBC's Richard Engle.

  • Trouble in Turkey Confronts Leadership

    Is the Turkish government mishandling the violent protesting? Hugh Pope, International Crisis Group, provides perspective on the unrest, and weighs in on the political "U-turn" needed to curb the crisis.

  • Fed Uncertainty Stirs Market Volatility

    Derek Young, Fidelity Investments, and Doug Cote, ING Investment Management, explain how BOJ policy, and "taper talk," is creating market choppiness.

  • Turkish PM Not in 'Compromising Mood': Expert

    Joe Parkison, Istanbul bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal, comments on last night's "intense clashes" in Istanbul and today's meeting between the Prime Minister and a group of protesters.

  • Turkish riot police fought running battles with pockets of protesters overnight, clearing the central Istanbul square that has been the focus of nearly two weeks of protests.

  • Turkey: 'We're In a New Act of this Drama'

    Hugh Pope, director of the Turkey/Cyprus project at the International Crisis Group, tells CNBC that the square is under control and some protestors are likely to enter talks with the government today.

  • Julie Dickson, EM Equity Portfolio Manager at Ashmore Investment Management, explains whether or not there's now a good entry point for Turkish exposure despite the political turmoil in the country.

  • Protesters Accuse Turkish PM of Being Authoritarian

    Protesters in Istanbul, Turkey, clashed with Turkish Police who used tear gas and water cannons to disperse the crowds, reports NBC's Richard Engel.

  • Tear Gas Fired On Turkish Protesters

    NBC's Richard Engel reports from Istanbul, Turkey, where some protesters are spending the night in Taksim Square.

  • Turkish PM Plans to Meet With Protestors

    Istanbul police will remain in Taksim Square until protesters are clear, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson.

  • Protests Turn Ugly in Turkey

    Three deaths and almost 5,000 injuries have been reported in Turkey's protests, with CNBC's Mary Thompson. Police will remain in Taksim Square until protesters are clear.

  • Protests Intensify in Taksim Square

    CNBC's Mary Thompson reports police have cleared thousands out of Taksim Square in Istanbul, Turkey.

  • Invest in Turkey Now?

    Discussing why this is such a critical time for the Turkish government, and whether it's a good time to invest in the country, with Reva Bhalla, Stratfor.

  • Turkish Economy Is Still Healthy: Gordon

    David Gordon of the Eurasia Group discusses the demonstrations in Turkey, saying "this is not the beginning of a major political collapse and crisis."

  • Violence Unfolding in Turkey

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera discusses how the Turkish violence might unfold, and the response of Western allies.

  • Violence Erupts in Turkey

    A look at the protesting crowds in Taksim Square in Istanbul, Turkey, with the "Street Signs" crew. Also, CNBC's Rick Santelli and Paul Hickey, Bespoke Investment Group, discuss the bond market's reaction.