- Is the Turkish economy overheating?: An analysis of the most recent data, like capacity utilization, PMIs, consumer confidence and the like. I am not leaning towards this that much, as I did a similar piece long ago and so loyal readers already know what I think about this issue (YES, it is overheating).
- Potential of contagion from Europe, esp. PIIGS, to Turkey: That would be a very timely column, obviously.
- Reader babadog from the Hurriyet website suggested I write of the reliability of Turkish statistics. I promised him a blog post on that issue, and if for some reason, I decide not to tackle the contagion issue, this would be a very good topic. But I am more or less leaning towards doing the contagion next week and leaving statistics to either the following week or Christmas.
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
As I mentioned at the end of the previous post, I have been quite a few reader comments of late, which I have yet to address. But before I do, let me jot down what I am thinking about writing for next week's Hurriyet column:
Anyway, I usually wait until U.S. market close on Friday to decide on a topic, so if you would like to suggest a topic as well, please by all means, go ahead...