Sunday, July 26, 2009

EconNews Roundup

Even in a crisis, you've got to eat.

As USDTRY falls, Central Bank bashing starts. BTW, it was a shock that the news item referred to CBT's biweekly expectations survey, where they ask markets their expectations of various economic and financial variables (this was one of my regular duties as a market economist), as CBT's own expectations. It seems the article was a translation from Anatolian news agency, but still...

Another alternative export markets story. Talk is cheap, and this is all good talk, but at the end of the day, we are stuck with EU in the short (and even medium) run.

I knew that not only talk, but also other things were cheap in Turkey.

Last but not the least, rosy investors...

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