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GuidanceAug 10, 2018 | 22:35 GMT
The Turkish lira plunged to a record low against the dollar this week. Concerns over deteriorating relations with the U.S. and the central bank continue to affect Turkish markets.
Turkey's Economy Takes a Tumble. What's Next?
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke before the nation twice on Aug. 10, but the country's currency continued its descent, reaching about 6.4 lira per dollar, a decline of about 14.6 percent. At one point during the day, it had fallen more than 20 percent. Meanwhile, new Treasury and Finance
AssessmentsNov 18, 2014 | 10:00 GMT
Leaders meet Nov. 15 during a plenary session at the G-20 summit in Brisbane, Australia.
How the End of 'Too Big to Fail' Will Hurt the Eurozone
The increase in banking regulation follows a predictable path. In the West, it will succeed in its ambitions of ending too big to fail, at least in the medium term. Ultimately, complacency and greed will erode the new regulations and a banking crisis will result, though that will fall within the purview of a regulator far in the future. In the emerging world the future is less clear, since there is less anti-banking sentiment in these countries, there is also less political capital to be gained by bashing banks.
AssessmentsApr 20, 2011 | 12:16 GMT
Trouble Ahead for the Eurozone's Banks
The European Central Bank's recent interest rate hike, along with Germany's reluctance to make financial reforms, will be problematic for the eurozone's banks. (With STRATFOR interactive graphic)
AssessmentsNov 18, 2008 | 12:05 GMT
Part 1: Instability in a Crucial Country
In the first installment of a series on Ukraine, Stratfor examines Ukraine's economy in light of the current global financial crisis and the ongoing political chaos in Kiev. (With Stratfor map)
AssessmentsOct 29, 2008 | 21:09 GMT
Hungary: Just the First to Fall?
The International Monetary Fund, the European Union and the World Bank are bailing out Hungary's economy out of fear that the severe financial crisis there will spread.
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