Turkey – Factors to watch for November 23


ISTANBUL, November 23 (Reuters) – Here are news, reports and events that could affect Turkish financial markets on Tuesday.

The lira, traded at 11.4011-11.4111 against the dollar at 4.30am GMT, after closing at 11.4000 on Monday, when it hit a record high of 11.4930 late in trading.

The main stock index BIST 100 (.XU100) rose 1.04% to 1,755.48 points on Monday.

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WORLD MARKETS

Asian stocks were mostly down on Tuesday, following a pullback on Wall Street after President Joe Biden picked Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell to lead the central bank for a second term, raising expectations that the United States will soon reduce its stimulus. Read more

ERDOGAN WANTS LOW RATES

President Tayyip Erdogan said after a cabinet meeting on Monday that a strict interest rate policy would not reduce inflation and he pledged to succeed in his “war of economic independence”, sending the besieged lira to new all-time lows against the dollar.

ERDOGAN PROGRAM

Erdogan will deliver a speech at a meeting of the provincial leaders of his ruling AK party (09:00 GMT). He will also attend a dinner with teachers from all over Turkey to mark Teachers’ Day (16:30 GMT).

TREASURY AUCTION

The Treasury will use a two-year fixed coupon bond maturing on September 20, 2023 and a seven-year floating rate bond maturing on September 13, 2028.

OPPOSITION PARTIES

The main opposition party CHP (10:30 GMT), the pro-Kurdish HDP (09:45 GMT) and the nationalist MHP (07:45 GMT) will hold their parliamentary group meetings.

INTERPOL GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu will attend the opening ceremony of the Interpol General Assembly in Istanbul (07:00 GMT).

UNITED STATES AND TURKEY AGREEMENT ON THE DIGITAL SERVICES TAX

The United States and Turkey have agreed to terms to withdraw Turkey’s digital services tax which largely targeted highly profitable US tech giants and will move to a new global tax deal in 2023, announced on Monday. the treasure. Read more

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Turkey registered 24,856 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, according to data from the Ministry of Health. Turkey has recorded 193 deaths from the virus during the same period.

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