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Dollar firms in soft holiday trading, outlook bullish
  + stars: | 2021-12-29 | by ( Alun John | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +3 min
HONG KONG (Reuters) - The dollar inched up on Wednesday as a recent rally in shares showed signs of petering out, but holiday-thinned trading meant markets were showing little real direction. FILE PHOTO: A money changer counts U.S. dollar banknotes at a currency exchange office in Ankara, Turkey November 11, 2021. The Fed is widely expected to begin hiking rates before several other major central banks such as the European Central Bank, and this has helped the dollar index to have its best year in 2021 since 2015. The dollar was also supported by a rise in two-year Treasury yields which hit 0.758% on Tuesday, a near two-year high, before slipping marginally to 0.7461%. Ether, the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency which underpins the ethererum network, also lost around 6% to as low as $3,760, also a week low.
Persons: Cagla, Monday’s, , Kyle Rodda, Bitcoin Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, IG Markets, Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, Japan, Nasdaq, Treasury, Australian Locations: HONG KONG, Ankara, Turkey, United States, U.S
Risk appetite sends yen to one-month low, euro dips
  + stars: | 2021-12-29 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +3 min
LONDON (Reuters) - The euro fell in thin holiday trading on Wednesday and the dollar sent the yen to a one-month low, as investors looked past surging cases of Omicron in another bout of risk appetite. The dollar rose versus the safe-haven yen, gaining 0.1% to 114.98, its strongest since late November. While the yen has been battered by the strength of investors’ risk appetite, analysts said end-of-quarter investor flows were also impacting the currency. Ether, the world’s second-largest cryptocurrency that underpins the ethererum network, also lost around 6% to as low as $3,760, also a week low, before recovering slightly to trade at $3,799 on Wednesday. Germany’s 10-year government bond yield was up one basis point at -0.228%.. Italy’s 10-year government bond yield rose 3.5 basis points to 1.134%..
Persons: Cagla, , Sterling, Kyle Rodda, Bitcoin, Mario Draghi, Draghi, Germany’s Organizations: Omicron, REUTERS, Saxo Bank, BULLS U.S, Treasury, IG Markets, U.S, Federal Reserve, ECB Locations: Ankara, Turkey, United States
LONDON (Reuters) -The euro fell in thin holiday trading on Wednesday and the dollar sent the safe-haven yen to a one-month low, as investors looked past surging cases of Omicron in another bout of risk appetite. The dollar rose versus the safe-haven yen, gaining as much as 0.2% to 115.04, its strongest since late November. While the yen has been battered by the strength of investors’ risk appetite, analysts said end-of-quarter investor flows were also impacting the currency. EURO ZONE YIELDS RISEEuro zone government bond yields rose as investors focused on central banks’ tapering of their bond purchases in 2022 and risk appetite returned. Germany’s 10-year government bond yield was up one basis point at -0.228%.. Italy’s 10-year government bond yield rose 3 basis points to 1.13%..
Persons: Cagla, , Sterling, Kyle Rodda, Bitcoin, Mario Draghi, Draghi, Germany’s Organizations: Omicron, REUTERS, Saxo Bank, BULLS, Treasury, IG Markets, U.S, Federal Reserve, European Central Bank Locations: Ankara, Turkey, ., United States, Italian
Dollar drifts lower in choppy holiday trading
  + stars: | 2021-12-29 | by ( John Mccrank | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
NEW YORK (Reuters) -The dollar edged lower in thin holiday trading on Wednesday, while the safe-haven yen touched a one-month low as investors looked beyond a surge in Omicron cases. FILE PHOTO: A money changer counts U.S. dollar banknotes at a currency exchange office in Ankara, Turkey November 11, 2021. REUTERS/Cagla Gurdogan/File PhotoThe dollar index, which tracks the greenback against six global peers, was down 0.282% at 95.859, having been slightly positive in the overnight session. “The Omicron variant continues to rage and fails to register on this market, even as global cases topped a million for the second day running,” said Saxo Bank analysts. The Japanese yen touched 115.04 to the dollar, its lowest since late November.
Persons: Cagla, Brad Bechtel, , bitcoin Organizations: YORK, REUTERS, FX, Jefferies, Saxo Bank Locations: Ankara, Turkey, ., New Zealand
Dollar dips in quiet holiday trading
  + stars: | 2021-12-29 | by ( John Mccrank | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
NEW YORK (Reuters) -The dollar edged lower in thin holiday trading on Wednesday, while the safe-haven yen touched a one-month low as investors looked beyond a surge in Omicron cases and favored riskier currencies. FILE PHOTO: A money changer counts U.S. dollar banknotes at a currency exchange office in Ankara, Turkey November 11, 2021. With many traders having taken time off ahead of the year-end, analysts cautioned against reading too much into the moves. “The Omicron variant continues to rage and fails to register on this market, even as global cases topped a million for the second day running,” said Saxo Bank analysts. The Japanese yen touched 115.04 to the dollar, its lowest since late November.
Persons: Cagla, Brad Bechtel, , bitcoin Organizations: YORK, REUTERS, North, FX, Jefferies, Saxo Bank Locations: Ankara, Turkey, ., New Zealand
One-month implied volatility on the lira , or expected price swings, jumped to the highest on record, reflecting uncertainty about the scheme. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterOn Tuesday, the Turkish central bank said it will support the conversion of foreign currency deposit accounts into lira deposit accounts to further encourage reverse dollarization. Finance Minister Nureddin Nebati said on Tuesday that legal proceedings against speculative market comments made on social media were initiated after the recent currency volatility. read moreA money changer holds Turkish lira banknotes at a currency exchange office in Ankara, Turkey September 27, 2021. Under pressure from Erdogan, the central bank has cut rates by 500 basis points since September.
Persons: Tayyip Erdogan, Erdogan, Nureddin Nebati, Cagla, Cemil Ertem, Gary Schlossberg, Orhan Coskun, Ebru, Davide Barbuscia, Marc Jones, Rodrigo Campos, Jonathan Spicer, Alistair Bell, Sonya Hepinstall Organizations: Treasury, REUTERS, IHS Markit, Reuters, Wells, Wells Fargo Investment Institute, Thomson Locations: Lira, ANKARA, Turkish, stoke, Ankara, Turkey, Wells Fargo, San Francisco, Ebru Tuncay, Istanbul, Dubai, London, New York
One-month implied volatility on the lira , or expected price swings, jumped to the highest on record, reflecting uncertainty about the scheme. Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com RegisterOn Tuesday, the Turkish central bank said it will support the conversion of foreign currency deposit accounts into lira deposit accounts to further encourage reverse dollarization. read more"In the event that resident real persons, who already had an FX deposit account ... convert their accounts into Turkish lira time deposit accounts will be eligible to benefit from the incentive," the central bank said. A money changer holds Turkish lira banknotes at a currency exchange office in Ankara, Turkey September 27, 2021. Under pressure from Erdogan, the central bank has cut rates by 500 basis points since September.
Persons: Erdogan, Tayyip Erdogan, Nureddin Nebati, Cagla, Cemil Ertem, Gary Schlossberg, Orhan Coskun, Ebru, Davide Barbuscia, Rodrigo Campos, Jonathan Spicer, Alistair Bell Organizations: Lira, Treasury, REUTERS, IHS Markit, Reuters, Wells, Wells Fargo Investment Institute, Thomson Locations: ANKARA, Turkish, stoke, Ankara, Turkey, Wells Fargo, San Francisco, Ebru Tuncay, Istanbul, Dubai, New York
read moreUnder Erdogan's plan, his government promised to guarantee deposits in lira, sending the currency soaring some 25%, its biggest intra-day rally on record, at one point on Monday. The government has pledged to pay the difference between the yield on savings in lira and equivalent dollar deposits. A money changer holds Turkish lira banknotes at a currency exchange office in Ankara, Turkey September 27, 2021. Meanwhile, one month implied volatility in the Turkish lira jumped to 63%, its highest on record. Lira volatility hits record hitFinance Ministry said the new instrument will be available for lira savings by retail investors with maturities of three to 12 months, with the minimum central bank policy rate deposit yield.
Persons: Erdogan, Tayyip Erdogan, Cagla, Cemil Ertem, Refet Gurkaynak, Jeffrey Halley, Orhan Coskun, Ebru, Davide Barbuscia, Jonathan Spicer, Sam Holmes, Ana Nicolaci da Costa, Alexander Smith Organizations: stoke, Treasury, REUTERS, IHS, Turkish, Ministry, Reuters, Thomson Locations: ANKARA, Ankara, Turkey, Asia Pacific, Ebru Tuncay, Istanbul, Dubai
A money changer holds Turkish lira and U.S. dollar banknotes at a currency exchange office in Ankara, Turkey December 16, 2021. It marks a dramatic improvement from a record low of more than 18 to the greenback hit Monday before the president's announcement. Despite the wild swings, the lira is still down more than 40% against the dollar year-to-date. Ultimately, the measures don't appear to address the fundamental issues that have led to high inflation and currency depreciation in the first place. "Thus, we think that this measure is unlikely to structurally stabilise inflation or the exchange rate," they added.
Persons: Cagla Gurdogan, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Erdogan, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Reuters, Lira, Goldman Locations: Ankara, Turkey, Istanbul
"That leaves a very high bar for the Fed to deliver a 'hawkish surprise'," Westpac strategists wrote in a client note. The euro was about flat at $1.12835 after touching a one-week low of $1.12605 overnight. Sterling was little changed at $1.3210, meandering for the past week near the one-year low of $1.31615 reached last week. read moreThe dollar changed hands at 113.545 yen , another safe haven, consolidating in the upper end of the pair's trading range this month. The risk-sensitive Australian dollar eased 0.2% to $0.71215, edging back toward Monday's one-week low at $0.7111.
Persons: Cagla, Sterling, Boris Johnson, Kevin Buckland, Sam Holmes Organizations: REUTERS, Reserve, European Central Bank and Bank of England, Bank of Japan, U.S, Fed, Westpac, ECB, Omicron, Thomson Locations: Ankara, Turkey, Britain, China
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey’s lira sank to another all-time low of near 11 to the dollar on Thursday, ahead of an expected interest rate cut by the central bank that analysts say is ignoring the dangerous market meltdown and inflation running near 20%. FILE PHOTO: A money changer holds Turkish lira banknotes at a currency exchange office in Ankara, Turkey October 12, 2021. The central bank decision is due at 2:00 p.m. local time (1100 GMT). The latest meltdown is the sharpest since March when Erdogan sacked a former hawkish central bank chief, Naci Agbal. GRAPHIC: Turkey rates and inflation
Persons: Cagla, Tayyip Erdogan, Erdogan stoked, Erdogan, , Commerzbank’s Tatha Ghose, Naci, Erdogan’s, Jason Tuvey, Damien Buchet Organizations: REUTERS, Capital Economics, Finisterre, Official Gazette, Finance Ministry Locations: ISTANBUL, Ankara, Turkey, Lira, Wednesday’s
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey’s lira sank to another all-time low of near 11 to the dollar on Thursday as the central bank pushed forward with an interest rate cut that analysts say ignores a dangerous market meltdown and inflation running near 20%. FILE PHOTO: A money changer holds Turkish lira banknotes at a currency exchange office in Ankara, Turkey October 12, 2021. “The sharp falls in the lira over the past few days clearly weren’t enough for Turkey’s central bank to stand up to President Erdogan,” said Jason Tuvey at Capital Economics. The latest meltdown is the sharpest since March when Erdogan sacked a former hawkish central bank chief, Naci Agbal. The central bank says price pressures are temporary.
Persons: Cagla, Tayyip Erdogan, Erdogan, , Jason Tuvey, Erdogan stoked, Naci, , Merve Tektas, Damien Buchet Organizations: REUTERS, Capital Economics, Sovereign, Treasuries, JPMorgan EMBI Global, Finisterre Locations: ISTANBUL, Ankara, Turkey, Wednesday’s, Istanbul, bitcoin
LONDON/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey’s central bank is expected to deliver more interest rate cuts on Thursday - a move that President Tayyip Erdogan will likely cheer but which analysts warn could lift inflation higher and accelerate the demise of the lira. FILE PHOTO: A logo of Turkey's Central Bank is pictured at the entrance of its headquarters in Ankara, Turkey October 15, 2021. Here are four questions facing the central bank, which has slashed policy rates by 300 basis points since September:1/WHAT WILL THE CENTRAL BANK DO? The central bank acknowledged last month there was limited room for further monetary policy easing by year-end. Central bank reserves in Q2 covered fewer than three months worth of imports, down from 4.5 in 2019.
Persons: Tayyip Erdogan, Cagla, Erdogan, Sahap Kavcioglu, , Erik Meyersson, ” Goldman Sachs Organizations: Turkey's Central, REUTERS, U.S . Federal Reserve, Deutsche Bank, AK Party Locations: ISTANBUL, Ankara, Turkey, Stockholm, Central
A money changer counts Turkish lira banknotes at a currency exchange office in Ankara, Turkey November 11, 2021. The central bank has defended its independence and said price pressure is temporary. FOREIGN DEBT BURDENAnalysts are split on what level of lira depreciation would prompt the central bank, and Erdogan, to pause the monetary easing. Last month the bank's policy committee said there was less space for rate cuts before year end. The "weakening lira is exacerbated by existing extensive economic mismanagement, driven by (the) consolidation of power of President Erdogan," he said.
Persons: Tayyip Erdogan's, stokes, Erdogan, Jason Tuvey, Kemal Kilicdaroglu, Naci Agbal, Sahap Kavcioglu, Erik Meyersson, Dennis Shen, Odile Renaud, Basso, Renaud, Ali Kucukgocmen, Jan Harvey, William Maclean Organizations: REUTERS, Capital Economics, CHP Republican People's Party, European Bank for Reconstruction, Thomson Locations: Ankara, Turkey, Cagla, ANKARA, Stockholm
Turkish lira hits record low after Erdogan seeks expulsions
  + stars: | 2021-10-24 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
A money changer holds Turkish lira banknotes at a currency exchange office in Ankara, Turkey October 12, 2021. REUTERS/Cagla GurdoganISTANBUL, Oct 24 (Reuters) - The Turkish lira weakened 1.6% to a record low against the dollar in early Asian trade after President Tayyip Erdogan said he had ordered the expulsion of the ambassadors of the United States and nine other Western countries. read moreThe lira hit an all-time low of 9.75 by 1840 GMT on Sunday, weakening from Friday's close of 9.5950. The lira will inevitably come under extreme selling pressure," said veteran emerging market watcher Tim Ash at BlueBay. read moreTurkey's state banks were expected to cut borrowing costs on loans by around 200 basis points on Monday, according to three people with knowledge of the plan, following last week's central bank rate cut.
Persons: Tayyip Erdogan, Tim Ash, Central Bank Governor Sahap, Kavcioglu, Erdogan, Osman, Nevzat Devranoglu, Daren Butler, Alison Williams, Kevin Liffey Organizations: REUTERS, Central Bank Governor, Thomson Locations: Ankara, Turkey, Cagla, ISTANBUL, United States, Turkish, BlueBay, Erdogan's
ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey’s surprisingly aggressive interest rate cut this week was another “policy misstep” and Fitch Ratings is watching how much it hurts financing for banks and companies, an official at the agency said on Friday. FILE PHOTO: A logo of Turkey's Central Bank is pictured at the entrance of its headquarters in Ankara, Turkey October 15, 2021. The central bank slashed its key rate to 16% from 18% on Thursday despite inflation running at nearly 20%, setting off a selloff in the lira to fresh record lows. “It is difficult to dismiss that political elements are playing a role in the central bank decision process right now,” Arispe said. “If faced with significant balance-of-payments pressures we expect an orthodox policy response and rate hikes,” he said.
Persons: , Cagla Gurdogan Erich Arispe, Fitch, ” Arispe, Tayyip Erdogan, Sahap Kavcioglu, ’ Erdogan, Arispe, Kavcioglu, Erdogan, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Fitch, Turkey's Central, REUTERS, Barclays, JPMorgan Locations: ISTANBUL, Ankara, Turkey
FILE PHOTO: A vendor wearing a protective mask arranges fruit on his stall at a local market, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Ankara, Turkey February 24, 2021. REUTERS/Cagla Durak/File PhotoLONDON (Reuters) - Wall street bank JPMorgan said on Thursday it expected Turkey’s central bank to trim interest rates by another 100 basis points (bps) in November and sharply raised its inflation forecast. Turkey slashed its benchmark rate by a surprise 200 bps on Thursday despite stubbornly high inflation, pushing real interest rates deeper into negative territory and sending the lira to a fresh record low. “Such front-loaded easing suggests that bringing down inflation in a rapid way is not a policy priority,” JPMorgan’s Yarkin Cebeci said in a note to clients. “We fear this move will only strengthen the price pressures; we are revising our inflation forecasts to 19.9% for this year and to 16.4% in 2022.”JPMorgan had previously expected inflation to stand at 16.7% by end-2021.
Persons: Cagla, Yarkin Cebeci Organizations: REUTERS, JPMorgan Locations: Ankara, Turkey
Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca speaks during a news conference in Ankara, Turkey, January 24, 2020. REUTERS/Cagla DurakANKARA, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Turkey will "never" close schools again despite a recent rise in COVID-19 infections and the government is mulling various methods to continue in-person education, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said. After months of online classes during the COVID-19 pandemic, Turkey reopened schools this month, while removing most restrictions over the summer. It's not about being the last to close, they should never close," state broadcaster TRT Haber quoted Koca as saying. More than 63,000 people have died from COVID-19 in Turkey, according to the World Health Organization.
Persons: Fahrettin Koca, Koca, It's, Haber, Daren Butler, Angus MacSwan Organizations: Turkish Health, REUTERS, Health, World Health Organization, Thomson Locations: Ankara, Turkey, Cagla, ANKARA, COVID
Syrian properties in Ankara attacked after youth killed
  + stars: | 2021-08-12 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +2 min
The windows of Syrians' shops and homes were smashed and a vehicle was overturned and set on fire during the unrest in the Altindag district of Ankara. The trouble occurred after a fight between Turkish and Syrian youths on Tuesday. Broadcaster CNN Turk said one Turkish youth had died and one was wounded. Two foreigners have been charged and remanded in custody over the death of the youth, state-owned Anadolu news agency reported. Turkey hosts some 3.7 million Syrian refugees and the latest unrest comes amid concerns about growing numbers of Afghan refugees arriving in eastern Turkey from Iran amid the conflict in Afghanistan.
Persons: CNN Turk, Kerem Kinik, Daren Butler, Giles Elgood, Kevin Liffey Organizations: REUTERS, Ankara . Police, CNN, Anadolu, Twitter, Ece Toksabay, Thomson Locations: Ankara, Turkey, Cagla, ANKARA, Turkish, Altindag, Iran, Afghanistan
REUTERS/Cagla GurdoganISTANBUL, July 13 (Reuters) - The number of Delta variant COVID-19 cases in Turkey has risen to some 750 from 284 seven days ago and overall cases climbed 20% at the weekend compared to a week earlier, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said. Turkey eased most coronavirus-related restrictions on July 1 after daily cases tumbled from a peak above 60,000 in April to around 5,000, but Koca said new figures pointed to a rise. He has set a target level of 70% by the time of the Eid al-Adha holiday next week. Turkey has reported 5.5 million COVID-19 cases and 50,000 deaths in total. Reporting by Yesim Dikmen Writing by Daren Butler Editing by Dominic EvansOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Fahrettin Koca, Koca, Yesim, Daren Butler, Dominic Evans Organizations: REUTERS, Health, Sinovac, Pfizer, Sputnik, Delta, Thomson Locations: Oguzlar, Polatli, Ankara, Turkey, Cagla, ISTANBUL
Cayan Hakiki studies for the university entrance exams at her home in Ankara, Turkey June 19, 2021. "I didn't want any problems at the entrance," Hakiki, 23, who was born male but identifies as trans or queer, told Reuters at home in the capital Ankara. Unreported cases means the number is likely higher, it said, adding that transgender people face discrimination including denial of jobs, housing, health care and education. 'LGBT DEVIANTS'Advocates like Hakiki, who is part of the Ankara-based Pink Life transgender awareness group, say examples of discrimination are multiplying. read moreThe Interior Ministry and Palace also did not immediately comment on claims that government rhetoric amounts to discrimination against transgender and other LGBTI people.
Persons: Cayan, Tayyip Erdogan's, Gay, DEVIANTS, Hakiki, Erdogan, Suleyman Soylu, Human Rights Dunja Mijatovic, Jonathan Spicer, Giles Elgood Organizations: REUTERS, Reuters, . Police, Interior Ministry, International Lesbian, of, Human Rights, Ece, Thomson Locations: Ankara, Turkey, Cagla, ANKARA, Turkish, Europe, Istanbul
Turkish police detain at least 15 at Pride march in Ankara
  + stars: | 2021-06-29 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
Demonstrators march as they try to gather for a Pride parade, which was banned by local authorities, in central in Ankara, Turkey June 29, 2021. REUTERS/Cagla GurdoganANKARA, June 29 (Reuters) - Turkish police detained at least 15 people at a small Pride march in the capital Ankara on Tuesday, Reuters footage showed, days after dozens were detained after authorities intervened with tear gas at a larger parade in Istanbul. Video footage showed police officers dispersing those at the march, some of whom were waving rainbow flags, carrying banners and singing while walking through central streets. On Saturday police in riot gear were among those intervening in central Istanbul, including pushing and dragging some people who had gathered for a Pride parade. read moreTurkish authorities have repeatedly banned Pride events in recent years.
Persons: Jonathan Spicer Organizations: REUTERS, Turkish, Ece, Thomson Locations: Ankara, Turkey, Cagla, ANKARA, Istanbul
A vial of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine is seen on a table at Ankara City Hospital in Ankara, Turkey, April 2, 2021. REUTERS/Cagla Gurdogan/File PhotoBrazil's Health Minister Marcelo Queiroga said the country would receive 1 million doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on Thursday, as supplies of immunizations dwindle and risk further delaying an already slow rollout. Over the weekend, the health ministry announced that 30% fewer vaccines had been received between January and April than expected. Queiroga said the Covax facility, an international cooperation to assist countries secure vaccines, had moved up the expected delivery of 2 million doses to May. Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Cagla, Marcelo Queiroga, Queiroga Organizations: Pfizer, Ankara City Hospital, REUTERS, Brazil's, Thomson Locations: Ankara, Turkey
Pfizer in vaccine supply talks with India
  + stars: | 2021-04-22 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: 1 min
A vial of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine is seen on a table at Ankara City Hospital in Ankara, Turkey, April 2, 2021. REUTERS/Cagla GurdoganPfizer (PFE.N) is in discussions with India and committed to make its COVID-19 vaccine available for deployment in the country, the U.S. drugmaker said on Thursday. The company said it had offered India a not-for-profit price for its vaccine for the government's immunisation programme. Our Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Cagla Gurdogan, drugmaker Organizations: Pfizer, Ankara City Hospital, REUTERS, Cagla, Cagla Gurdogan Pfizer, Thomson Locations: Ankara, Turkey, India, U.S
But the Istanbul driver said passengers are ignoring rules and overcrowding, sometimes without masks, even as coronavirus infections rocket. Among the rules are a limit of 69 passengers on Oluk’s busy urban bus route. Fincanci called Ankara’s vaccination goals unrealistic and criticised what she called the inaccurate reporting of case and death numbers. I don’t leave the house,” said Mehmet Tut, 62, sitting outside a hospital treatment room after receiving his first vaccine shot on Friday. “We will still be careful as we wait for the second dose” even as others are not taking enough precautions, he said.
Persons: Hakki Karakaya, Ferdane Karakaya, Cagla, , Tayyip Erdogan’s, Korucu Fincanci, Erdogan, Yigit, Fahrettin Koca, Fincanci, Mehmet Tut, Organizations: REUTERS, Turkish, Association, Reuters, Hurriyet Locations: ISTANBUL, ANKARA, Turkey, Istanbul, Deliler, Elmadag, Ankara, Europe, Britain
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