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Sector
Industrials
Size
Mid Cap
Market Cap £761.1m
Enterprise Value £624.7m
Revenue £968.6m
Position in Universe 44th / 645

Turkey - Factors to Watch on Aug 14

Fri 14th August, 2020 5:43am
ISTANBUL, Aug 14 (Reuters) - Here are news, reports and
events that may affect Turkish financial markets on Friday.
    The lira  TRYTOM=D3   TRY=  was bid at 7.3452 against the
U.S. dollar at 0442 GMT, little changed from a Thursday's close
of 7.3470. 
    The main BIST 100 share index  .XU100  fell 1.25% to
1,100.26 on Thursday.
    
    INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION  TRIP=ECI 
    The Turkish Statistical Institute will announce industrial
production data for June (0700 GMT). A Reuters poll showed it is
expected to have expanded 1.10% annually in June, when the
country took controlled steps to reopen the economy following
lockdown measures at the height of the coronavirus outbreak.
 urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL8N2FD4DY
    
    CURRENT ACCOUNT  TRCURA=ECI 
    The central bank will release current account data for June
(0700 GMT). It is expected to record a deficit of $2.8 billion
in June, a Reuters poll showed, as the estimates for the deficit
at year-end continued to increase due to sagging tourism
revenues hit by the coronavirus pandemic.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL4N2FD35M
    
    CENTRAL BANK SURVEY  TRINTM=ECI 
    The central bank will release its August survey of business
leaders' and economists' expectations (1130 GMT).
    
    TURKISH AIRLINES  THYAO.IS 
    The flag carrier said its net loss was 2.23 billion lira 
($304 million) in the second quarter, while revenues dropped to
6.18 billion lira from 18.67 billion a year earlier.
 urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nS8N2F206R 
    
    TURKCELL  TCELL.IS 
    The mobile phone operator said net profit rose to 851.7
million lira ($115.94 million) in the second quarter, while
revenue climbed to 6.73 billion lira from 5.90 billion.
 urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nS8N2F206L
    
    DOGAN HOLDING  DOHOL.IS 
    The group's net profit rose to 268.3 million lira in the
second quarter, while revenues fell to 2.05 billion lira from
3.17 billion a year earlier.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL8N2FG0L9
    
    ROW WITH GREECE
    President Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday that any attack on
a Turkish ship exploring for oil and gas in disputed
Mediterranean waters would incur a "high price" and suggested
Turkey had already acted on that warning.  urn:newsml:reuters.com:*:nL8N2FF3OD
    
    FOREIGN MINISTER
    Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu pays an official visit to
Switzerland for talks with his counterpart Ignazio Cassis and
they will hold a joint news conference (1000 GMT).  
    
    EU FOREIGN MINISTERS
    European Union foreign ministers hold an extraordinary
meeting by teleconference, where issues on the agenda are set to
include the row between Turkey and Greece over energy
exploration in the eastern Mediterrranean (1300 GMT).
    
    CORONAVIRUS
    The number of people who have died from COVID-19 in Turkey
rose by 21 on Thursday to 5,912, Health Ministry data showed.
The overall number of cases rose by 1,243 to 245,635, the data
showed, with 228,057 recovered from the virus.
    
    For other related news, double click on:
    Turkish politics  TR-POL 
    Turkish equities  TR-E 
    Turkish money  TR-M 
    Turkish debt  TR-D 
    Turkish hot stocks  TR-HOT 
    Forex news  FRX 
    All emerging market news  EMRG 
    All Turkish news  TR 
    For real-time quotes, double click on:
    Istanbul National-100 stock index  .XU100 , interbank lira
trading  IYIX= , lira bond trading  0#TRTSYSUM=IS 
($1 = 7.3462 liras)

 (Compiled by Daren Butler)
 ((daren.butler@tr.com; +90-212-350 7053; Reuters Messaging:
daren.butler.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net))
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