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PBS NewsHour - Segments
Inflation in Turkey is at a near two-decade high. Is it part of Erdogan's plan?

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 6:01


For Turkey, 2021 was marked by a free-falling currency, the lira, and record-high inflation. The government's monetary policy has sent the country into economic turmoil, and as Nick Schifrin reports, soaring prices have hurt Turks from all walks of life. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

The Burn Bag Podcast
Top Risks 2022: Ian Bremmer, President of the Eurasia Group, Forecasts New Year's Biggest Political Risks

The Burn Bag Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 51:25


In this week's episode, we speak with Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer about 2022's top political risks, in a conversation based off the Eurasia Group's latest annual report. Ian starts off with why he believes fatal flaws in China's 'Zero-COVID' policy are the #1 risk, as Xi Jinping will find it next to impossible to reverse course and global economic disruptions and subsequent political turmoil will ensue. We also discuss risks oriented around the lack of global leadership both in the digital space and in physical conflict zones throughout the world, as neither the United States nor China appear to be willing to engage. Ian spends some time discussing why he believes the U.S. Midterm Elections present themselves as the third biggest risk, while also covering why the often under-appreciated political situation in Erdogan's Turkey can lead to regional instability. Ian also expresses optimism on the global push to combat climate change, and does talk about the threat of a Russian invasion of Ukraine.

World Business Report
China Growth Expected to Slow

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 22:56


Debts accumulated by construction companies, like Evergrande, are undermining the economy and the days of China enjoying expansion of double digits are expected to be over. Plus we look ahead to the World Economic Forum, which wiull open with an address from Chinese President Xi Jinping. Also we have an extended analysis of Turkey's economy, which is under pressure because of surging inflation. This week the central bank will consider if it should increase interest rates, but that has repeatedly been prevented by the Turkish President, Tayyip Erdogan, who has even removed staff at the central bank, to stop rates rising.

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead
Spotlight: Turkey's Soaring Inflation And The Future Of Cryptocurrencies

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 3:25


Turkey's currency, the lira, is plunging in value, and the official inflation rate is soaring, causing desperate people there to plunge into cryptocurrencies. When people don't trust their domestic currencies, they will find more trustworthy alternatives. Steve Forbes on the favorite cryptocurrency in Turkey right now, on what that reveals about the future of cryptos and on how this is just the beginning of this specific class of crypto's challenge to governments' monopoly of money. Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Left Reckoning
49 - Dems Insider Trader & The End Of Mass Politics? ft. Daniel Bessner & Djene Bajalan

Left Reckoning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 108:23


David and Matt are back to talk Nancy Pelosi: expert investor, the Texas Fence Cutting Wars, and are joined by two OG TMBS alums:Daniel Bessner (@Dbessner) joins us to talk about the "end of the era of mass politics."Djene Bajalan (@DjeneBajalan) joins us to talk Erdogan, Turkey, Gulen, and Enes Freedom.

RaBe-Info – Radio Bern RaBe
«Kill Erdogan»: Der Prozess zum Demo-Transpi

RaBe-Info – Radio Bern RaBe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022


«Kill Erdogan with his own weapons» – tötet Erdogan mit seinen eigenen Waffen. Ein Transparent mit dieser Aufschrift löste eine diplomatische Krise aus. Aufgetaucht ist das Transparent im März 2017 an einer friedlichen Grossdemonstration in Bern, welche das Motto «Freiheit, Frieden und Demokratie für die Türkei» trug. Seither macht die Türkei laut internen Notizen des ... >

The John Batchelor Show
Erdogan's wealth amnesty No. 8; & What is to be done? @AykanErdemir @FDD cya

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 9:50


Photo: Turkey — Two trophies with shields. Links with books, a goat's head and weapons. Right with an anchor, a crescent moon, snakes and masks. Erdogan's wealth amnesty No. 8; & What is to be done? @AykanErdemir @FDD cya https://www.fdd.org/analysis/2022/01/04/erdogans-wealth-amnesty-illicit-finance-loophole/

Economic Ninja
Turkey Watching Lira Currency Collapse as Erdogan Tries Everything to Stop Inflation!

Economic Ninja

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 6:50


Turkey is paying its citizens not to withdraw money from banks. This is only buying time but it will fail. Subscribe to #NinjaNation: https://economicninja.org

The Duran Podcast
Erdogan turns to MBS to solve inflation problem

The Duran Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2022 27:53


Erdogan turns to MBS to solve inflation problem The Duran: Episode 1187 Turkish inflation hits highest level under Erdogan's rule https://www.al-monitor.com/originals/2022/01/turkish-inflation-hits-highest-level-under-erdogan-rule?utm_source=pocket_mylist #Erdogan #MBS #Turkey #TheDuran

NZZ Akzent
Lira-Verfall: Die Türkei verarmt

NZZ Akzent

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 15:59


Bulgarische Touristen strömen in die türkische Grenzstadt Edirne, um sich dank dem günstigen Wechselkurs mit Ware einzudecken. Die Türkinnen und Türken können sich mit ihrer Lira indes immer weniger leisten. Die Reportage aus Edirne zur Währungskrise in der Türkei. Heutiger Gast: Volker Pabst Weitere Informationen zum Thema https://www.nzz.ch/international/waehrungskrise-in-der-tuerkei-grenzstadt-wird-zum-einkaufsparadies-ld.1659963 Hörerinnen und Hörer von «NZZ Akzent» lesen die NZZ online oder in gedruckter Form drei Monate lang zum Preis von einem Monat. Zum Angebot: nzz.ch/akzentabo

Crossing Continents
Turkey's Crazy Project

Crossing Continents

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 29:37


A giant new canal for the world's biggest ships is the most ambitious engineering plan yet proposed by Turkey's President Erdogan, whose massive infrastructure projects have already changed the face of his country. The proposed waterway would slice through Istanbul, creating in effect a second Bosphorus, the busy shipping lane that is now the only outlet from the Black Sea. The president himself has called the project 'crazy'. But he says it would 'save the future of Istanbul', easing traffic in the Bosphorus and reducing the risk of a terrible accident there. The plan has met a storm of opposition. Istanbul's mayor says it would “murder” the historic city. Critics claim the canal would be an environmental disaster, cost billions of dollars that Turkey can't afford – and provoke severe tensions with Russia, which is determined to preserve existing rules on traffic into and out of the Black Sea. Tim Whewell reports from a divided city. He sails down the Bosphorus with a pilot who knows all its twists and turns, joins a marine biologist diving for coral in the Sea of Marmara, meets a woman whose Ottoman-era mansion was wrecked by a ship, has tea with a former admiral who was arrested over his opposition to the project, and visits the tranquil forests around the city, now threatened by development. Will the canal still go ahead? Who would lose – and who would benefit?

The Documentary Podcast
Turkey's crazy project

The Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 27:51


A giant new canal for the world's biggest ships is the most ambitious engineering plan yet proposed by Turkey's President Erdogan, whose massive infrastructure projects have already changed the face of his country. The proposed waterway would slice through Istanbul, creating in effect a second Bosphorus, the busy shipping lane that is now the only outlet from the Black Sea. The president himself has called the project “crazy”. But he says it would “save the future of Istanbul”, easing traffic in the Bosphorus and reducing the risk of a terrible accident there. But the plan has met a storm of opposition. Istanbul's mayor says it would “murder” the historic city. Critics claim the canal would be an environmental disaster, cost billions of dollars that Turkey can't afford – and provoke severe tensions with Russia, which is determined to preserve existing rules on traffic into and out of the Black Sea. Will the canal go ahead? Who would lose – and who would benefit? Tim Whewell reports from a divided Istanbul. (Image: Turkish coastal safety patrol boats in the Bosphorus, Istanbul. Credit: Yörük Işık)

The Greek Current
Turkey puts migrant raids and border security on display for Europe

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 12:11


The Turkish government has been inviting reporters to document migrant raids and border security construction at the Turkish-Iranian border, which has become a main point of entry for Afghans fleeing the Taliban. It's an effort Turkey is eager to put on display for Western journalists and observers in an effort to show the EU that it is dealing with the migrant issue for the whole bloc. Many analysts, however, see ulterior motives at play, and note that the EU's fear of migration is a tool that Turkish President Erdogan uses to obtain various financial and political incentives from the EU. Nektaria Stamouli, who visited the Turkish-Iranian border, joins The Greek Current to talk about Turkey's migrant security system, the challenges facing Afghans arriving at the border, and how this reflects on Europe. Nektaria Stamouli is a correspondent with Politico based in Athens covering Greece, Cyprus, and the Balkans.Read Nektaria Stamouli's latest piece in Politico here: Turkey puts its migrant security system on display for EuropeYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here: Italy sending Parthenon fragment to Athens in nudge to UKPetition: Return the Parthenon Sculptures!Cyprus mandates more testing to check rapid COVID-19 spreadSchools opening Monday, cabinet tweaks existing measures

Handelsblatt Today
Immobilienmarkt 2022: Platzt bald eine Blase? / Inflationsdrama Türkei

Handelsblatt Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 26:44


Die Warnungen vor einem Ende des Immobilien-Booms werden lauter. Was potentielle Käufer wissen sollten und ob sich ein Investment noch lohnt. Im vergangenen Jahr sind von Juli bis September die Preise für Wohnimmobilien in Deutschland um durchschnittlich zwölf Prozent gestiegen - so stark wie noch nie. Das teilte das Statistische Bundesamt vor kurzem mit. Der Markt wächst rasant, doch die Warnung vor einem Ende werden immer größer. So hält beispielweise die Bundesbank viele Immobilien für deutlich überteuert. Lohnt es sich trotzdem 2022 eine Immobilie zu kaufen? Auf was müssen sich Anleger einstellen und wie groß sind die Risiken tatsächlich? Kerstin Leitel, Immobilienexpertin beim Handelsblatt, hat die Antworten. Außerdem: Die Inflation in der Türkei ist auf 36 Prozent gestiegen. Die Preise für Lebensmittel, Mieten und Strom explodieren. Doch Präsident Erdogan hält an seinem Kurs fest. Ein Stopp der Entwertung der Lira ist somit nicht in Sicht. Handelsblatt-Redakteur Jan Mallien über die Hintergründe und aktuelle Lage in der Türkei. *** Das exklusive Abo-Angebot für Sie als Handelsblatt Today-Hörerinnen und Hörer: www.handelsblatt.com/mehrfinanzen

The Greek Current
Greece and Israel: A "values-based strategic alliance"

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 12:38


Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid recently gave an exclusive interview to Kathimerini, where he made it clear that relations between Greece and Israel will continue to develop and bloom “regardless of any other developments in the region.” Aside from the focus on Israel's “values-based strategic alliance” with Greece, Foreign Minister Lapid also commented on the prospects of a rapprochement between Israel and Turkey, the impact the Abraham accords were having on the region, Iran, and the role of the US in the Eastern Mediterranean and in the 3+1 partnership. Vassilis Nedos, Kathimerini's diplomatic and defense editor, joins The Greek Current to break down the main takeaways from his interview with Foreign Minister Lapid.Read Vassilis Nedos' interview with Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid in Kathimerini: Israel-Greece a ‘values-based strategic alliance,' says FMYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here: Dendias informs State Department about Turkey's ‘provocative' rhetoricTurkey's Erdogan says he'll visit Saudi Arabia in FebruarySaudi Arabia, Greece discuss Iran, Middle East securityGreek schools to reopen Jan 10, with more Covid-19 testingGreece sets new daily Covid-19 case recordPCR price cap announcedSYRIZA calls for free Covid-19 tests

Overwatch
E61: Turkey Faces Growing Political, Military, and Economic Challenges in 2022

Overwatch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 23:14


A tumultuous 2021 shows no signs of letting up for Turkey. Caught between the competing interests of Russia, the US, and the EU while being led by a man who believes Turkey ought to assert itself as an equal to those powers means Turkey's limited resources will remain tightly strained in 2022. On this episode of Overwatch, ISW research director Matt McInnis sits down with ISW Turkey Researcher Ezgi Yazici to talk about her forecast for Turkey in 2022. Ezgi provides her thoughts on the political trajectory of President Erdogan's government, its entanglements in Syria, and its ongoing economic woes.

Un jour dans le monde
En Turquie, Erdogan menacé par l'inflation galopante

Un jour dans le monde

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 4:14


durée : 00:04:14 - Le monde d'après - par : Jean Marc FOUR - En ce début 2022, le président turc est rattrapé par les chiffres de l'inflation. Il a dû intervenir publiquement hier soir pour rassurer les Turcs, mais au bout de presque 20 ans passés au pouvoir, Erdogan semble menacé par ce qui a longtemps fait sa force : l'économie

InterNational
En Turquie, Erdogan menacé par l'inflation galopante

InterNational

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 4:14


durée : 00:04:14 - Le monde d'après - par : Jean Marc FOUR - En ce début 2022, le président turc est rattrapé par les chiffres de l'inflation. Il a dû intervenir publiquement hier soir pour rassurer les Turcs, mais au bout de presque 20 ans passés au pouvoir, Erdogan semble menacé par ce qui a longtemps fait sa force : l'économie

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Ist der Absturz der türkischen Lira für Erdogan gefährlich oder machterhaltend?

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 6:00


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Aujourd'hui l'économie
Pourquoi la Turquie ne sortira pas de sitôt de son inflation

Aujourd'hui l'économie

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 3:29


La Turquie a enregistré un taux d'inflation record au mois de décembre 2021. Un taux annuel de 36 %, du jamais vu depuis 20 ans. C'est le résultat de la politique monétaire très exotique du président Erdogan. Un choix de plus en plus contesté aujourd'hui.

Business daily
Turkey's inflation soars to 36% as Erdogan stays the course

Business daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 5:25


Inflation in Turkey has soared to its highest level in nearly two decades. Despite the 36 percent surge in consumer prices, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has defended his unorthodox economic vision. Our correspondent Jasper Mortimer brings us the latest from Ankara. Also in the show: the French government expands emergency support for businesses affected by the pandemic, and Apple becomes the first US company to be worth $3 trillion. 

Newshour
Sudan's prime minister resigns after mass protests

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 49:28


Sudan's political crisis deepens after the resignation of the Prime Minister, Abdalla Hamdok. Is the country now under military rule? We speak to the UN's special representative. Also in the programme: The annual rate of inflation in Turkey hits its highest in nearly two decades, fuelled by President Erdogan's unorthodox economic policies; and another pro-democracy publisher in Hong Kong is closing down. (Photo: Pro-democracy protesters faced another violent crackdown from the military. Credit: Getty Images)

Les enjeux internationaux
Turquie : la crise économique d'Erdogan ?

Les enjeux internationaux

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 12:21


durée : 00:12:21 - Les Enjeux internationaux - par : Julie Gacon - En Turquie, le cours de la livre est en chute libre après une année noire pour la politique monétaire du pays. Alors que les ménages voient leurs épargnes fondre et le coût de la vie augmenter, le règne de Recep Erdogan sur presque deux décennies est scrutée d'un nouveau regard. - invités : Deniz Ünal Economiste et rédactrice en chef de la collection Panorama du CEPII, auteure du rapport 2019 sur "L'onde de choc du Brexit sur la maison Europe et la France"

Du lytter til Politiken
3. januar: Sportsstjernen, der blev en 208 centimeter torn i præsidentens øje

Du lytter til Politiken

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 26:44


Enes Kanter levede den amerikanske drøm. Han rejste fra sit hjem i Tyrkiet og blev stjerne i den amerikanske basketball-liga NBA. En feteret millionær, der havde verden for sine store fødder. Indtil han åbnede munden og kaldte Tyrkiets præsident Erdogan for vor tids Hitler. I dag lever han under politibeskyttelse, han har ikke set sin familie i Tyrkiet i årevis, og han tør ikke forlade sit nye hjemland USA. Men Enes Kanter vil ikke tie stille og han har en meget klar opfordring til sportsfolk, som tager til vinter-OL i Kina eller fodbold-Vm i Qatar: Bliv væk, eller tal om problemerne.

Phastidio Podcast
La settimana phastidiosa - 2 gennaio 2022

Phastidio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 67:27


Le notizie e i fatti più phastidiosi della settimana, a giudizio del vostro Titolare. Questa settimana: il fine anno dei partiti e il primato della politica fallita; coazione a ripetere per il Partito democratico; nucleare e gas per la transizione ambientale Ue, primo stress test per il governo Scholz; la politica pavloviana contro le delocalizzazioni interne; il corralito di Erdogan si avvicina; la suggestione del controllo dei prezzi e la "rieducazione" di Krugman;

Economist Radio
You bet your dollar-bottomed: Erdogan's next gambit

Economist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 23:20


President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's idea for saving the lira by backing deposits with dollars means the Turkish taxpayer will end up bailing out the Turkish depositor. Our correspondent finds striking insights in 40 years'-worth of humdrum submissions to a unique sociology project. And Saudi Arabia's multi-billion-dollar push into the cinema industry it outlawed for decades.For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Intelligence
You bet your dollar-bottomed: Erdogan's next gambit

The Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 23:20


President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's idea for saving the lira by backing deposits with dollars means the Turkish taxpayer will end up bailing out the Turkish depositor. Our correspondent finds striking insights in 40 years'-worth of humdrum submissions to a unique sociology project. And Saudi Arabia's multi-billion-dollar push into the cinema industry it outlawed for decades.For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Real Vision Presents...
Following the Money as End of Holidays Nears

Real Vision Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 35:44


DB-Dec27,2021:What put a floor under global markets last week may not be what you think. Weston Nakamura provides an overview of the global and cross-asset markets in the last week of the year. Nakamura explains that regional market holiday schedules matter because they determine the makeup of active market participants. He then talks about the unprecedented volatility in the Turkish Lira having rallied 50% from all time lows after President Erdogan unveiled his controversial new economic policy to protect depositors against FX risk. He also makes the case that the upside in global macro risk assets could have been driven by the breakneck reversal in the Lira, following up on his recently released video, “How Policy Changes Created Turkish Lira Volatility”. Link to Weston's video on the Turkish Dollar from Dec 25th 2021: https://youtu.be/WnDiFCWgBDQ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Daily Crypto Report
"New US crypto regulatory body to be proposed" December 26, 2021

Daily Crypto Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 2:15


Today's blockchain and cryptocurrency news Brought to you by ungrocery.com Bitcoin is up slightly at $49.901 Ethereum is up slightly at $4,045 and Binance Coin is even at $543 Metis up 38% Orchid up 22% Senator Cynthia Lummis to propose new crypto regulatory body Decentralized exchanges saw over 1 Trillion in trading volume this year. Erdogan is anxious to move his crypto law along Dfinity's Internet computer has opened up an ethereum bridge.

Phastidio Podcast
La settimana phastidiosa - 26 dicembre 2021

Phastidio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 63:28


Le notizie e i fatti più phastidiosi della settimana, a giudizio del vostro Titolare. Questa settimana: "questo Draghi qua devi metterlo là"; la disperata dedollarizzazione di Erdogan; l'errore argentino di M.me Lagarde; perché le pensioni a capitalizzazione cilene sono fallite; norme italiane, istigazione a delinquere; e molto altro

Patrick Boyle On Finance
Turkey's Rescue Plan - What to Make of Turkey's Latest Currency Move?

Patrick Boyle On Finance

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 15:31


Having defied internal and external economic logic by repeatedly cutting interest rates, Erdogan opted this week for a new set of measures to stabilize its currency. What should we make of Turkey's latest currency move?Patrick's Books:Statistics For The Trading Floor:  https://amzn.to/3eerLA0Derivatives For The Trading Floor:  https://amzn.to/3cjsyPFCorporate Finance:  https://amzn.to/3fn3rvC Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/PatrickBoyleOnFinanceVisit our website: www.onfinance.orgFollow Patrick on Twitter Here: https://twitter.com/PatrickEBoylePatrick Boyle On Finance YouTube Channel Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/PatrickBoyleOnFinance)

Daily News Brief by TRT World
December 23, 2021

Daily News Brief by TRT World

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 2:21


*) Libya's interim prime minister resumes duties amid vote delay Libya's interim Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh has resumed his duties amid an expected postponement of the country's presidential elections. A Libyan parliamentary committee said that it has become impossible to hold a long-awaited presidential vote on Friday as previously scheduled. Dozens of MPs called Libyans to take the streets after a parliamentary committee postponed the vote and suggested January 24 as a new date. *) Turkiye calls for long-term Middle East peace President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has met with members of the Turkish Jewish Community and the Alliance of Rabbis in Islamic States in Ankara. During the meeting, he said “constructive steps on occupied Jerusalem could contribute to security and stability in the region”. Erdogan said “we never want to see tension or conflict in this ancient geography that hosts the sacred places of all three monotheistic religions”. ​​​ *) Ethiopian government captures rebel-held Alamata Ethiopia's government has said its soldiers had recaptured Alamata in southern Tigray from Tigrayan fighters. The government marked it as the first major advance inside the war-torn region in many months, dashing hopes for peace following a rebel retreat. The Tigray People's Liberation Front rebel group, which announced its withdrawal from the Amhara region and Afar regions, has called for a ceasefire. ​​​*) China launches crackdown on celebrity tax evasion China's tax authorities have set a 10-day deadline for entertainers and social media influencers to pay overdue taxes. Tax bureaus in several entertainment hubs across the country warned that celebrities who have underreported earnings could face severe penalties if they don't refile by year end. Government campaign aims to tighten the noose on tax evasion and celebrity excesses. And finally… *) Oscar winner Mahershala Ali moves into spotlight in 'Swan Song' Double Oscar winner Mahershala Ali has finally found the right project to make his debut as lead actor in a feature film. Ali, who won Oscars for his supporting roles in "Green Book" and "Moonlight", is starring in the new drama "Swan Song", which will stream on Apple TV+ on December 27. "Whether you're leading or supporting or in an ensemble, you're always trying to look for good material," Ali said.

The Duran Podcast
Turkish Lira surges as Erdogan promises helicopter money [Part 2]

The Duran Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 10:50


Turkish Lira surges as Erdogan promises helicopter money [Part 2] The Duran: Episode 1172 Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1ObqB04l5o #Erdogan #Turkey #Lira #TheDuran

FT News Briefing
America's segregated banking

FT News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 10:41


Read a transcript of this episode on FT.comhttps://www.ft.com/content/ee47c8a9-9e84-4e31-bcf0-2314be0b406fUS stock exchanges are increasing their efforts to attract new companies to fill the gap left by a decline in Chinese listings, and Turkey's lira jumped sharply after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced a new savings scheme. Plus, the FT's US banking correspondent, Imani Moise, explains why black Americans struggle to get cheap bank loans. US Exchanges look elsewhere in Asia to replace lost Chinese listingshttps://www.ft.com/content/4800e080-816c-415c-8269-5268ab81b91aTurkey's currency surges after Erdogan unveils lira savings scheme - with Laura Pitel https://www.ft.com/content/5301a1ce-2658-4452-860c-4c19fbcaa037Race and finance: America's segregated banking sector - with Imani Moise https://www.ft.com/content/e63cbe88-6d46-4119-9067-e10a926c61c2Chinese investors pick luxury watches over houseshttps://www.ft.com/content/a9a34f94-9a49-4938-ae9e-ec4e6d2f4838The FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon and Marc Filippino. The show's editor is Jess Smith. Additional help by Peter Barber, Gavin Kallmann and Michael Bruning. The show's theme song is by Metaphor Music. Topher Forhecz is the FT's executive producer. The FT's global head of audio is Cheryl Brumley. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Duran Podcast
Erdogan's bizarre economic policy for Turkey causes more Lira turmoil

The Duran Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 32:51


Erdogan's bizarre economic policy for Turkey causes more Lira turmoil The Duran: Episode 1170 Turkish lira: What is Erdogan's new economic model for Turkey? https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/turkey-lira-erdogan-new-economic-model-what #Erdogan #Turkey #Lira #TheDuran

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle
21.12.2021 – Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten

Langsam gesprochene Nachrichten | Deutsch lernen | Deutsche Welle

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 8:16


Trainiere dein Hörverstehen mit den Nachrichten der Deutschen Welle von Dienstag – als Text und als verständlich gesprochene Audio-Datei.Bund-Länder-Konferenz zu neuen Corona-Schutzmaßnahmen Mit neuen Einschränkungen wollen Bund und Länder die Ausbreitung der hochansteckenden Omikron-Variante des Coronavirus bremsen. Entsprechende Beschlüsse wollen Bundeskanzler Olaf Scholz (SPD) und die Länderchefinnen und -chefs am Nachmittag bei einer Schaltkonferenz fassen. Laut der bereits bekanntgewordenen Beschlussvorlage soll es erstmals Kontaktbeschränkungen auch für Geimpfte und Genesene im privaten Umfeld geben: Ab dem 28. Dezember sollen sich dann nur noch maximal zehn Menschen treffen können. Sorge vor Omikron in den USA wächst In den USA hat sich die Omikron-Variante des Coronavirus als vorherrschende Mutation durchgesetzt. 73,2 Prozent der in der vergangenen Woche registrierten Fälle seien auf die Omikron-Variante zurückzuführen, teilte die US-Gesundheitsbehörde CDC mit. In der Woche zuvor waren den Angaben zufolge erst 12,6 Prozent der Corona-Fälle auf die Variante zurückgeführt worden. Die rasante Ausbreitung von Omikron weckt in den USA massive Befürchtungen. US-Präsident Joe Biden wird sich an diesem Dienstag erneut zu dem Thema äußern. Russland weist zwei deutsche Diplomaten aus Nach dem Urteil im sogenannten Tiergartenmord-Prozess am vergangenen Mittwoch hat Russland nun zwei deutsche Diplomaten zu "unerwünschten Personen" erklärt. Das teilte das Außenministerium in Moskau mit. Der Schritt ist eine Reaktion auf die Ausweisung zweier russischer Botschaftsmitarbeiter in Berlin. Das Auswärtige Amt in Berlin kritisierte die Entscheidung. Wegen der Erschießung eines Georgiers im August 2019 in der Parkanlage Kleiner Tiergarten hatte das Kammergericht Berlin gegen einen Russen lebenslange Haft verhängt. Berichte über erneute Hinrichtungen in Japan Die Regierung in Japan hat laut Medienberichten drei Häftlinge hinrichten lassen. Es handle sich um die erste Vollstreckung von Todesurteilen in dem Land seit 2019, berichteten mehrere örtliche Medien unter Berufung auf Quellen aus dem Justizministerium. In Japan sitzen mehr als hundert Menschen in der Todeszelle. Das Land gehört zu den wenigen Industrienationen, die noch die Todesstrafe vollstrecken. Trotz internationaler Kritik ist die Zustimmung der japanischen Bevölkerung weiterhin hoch. Türkischer Präsident ergreift weitere Schritte gegen Lira-Verfall Die Türkei stemmt sich mit einem Paket von Maßnahmen gegen den drastischen Wertverfall der Landeswährung Lira. Wie Staatspräsident Recep Tayyip Erdogan ankündigte, sollen unter anderem Ersparnisse der Bürger vor Wechselkursschwankungen geschützt werden. Die türkische Lira reagierte mit drastischen Kursgewinnen gegenüber US-Dollar und Euro von rund 25 Prozent, nachdem sie zuvor abermals auf historische Tiefstände gefallen war. Nach den Vorstellungen des Präsidenten sollen den Sparern, falls die Verluste größer ausfallen als die von Banken versprochenen Zinsen auf die jeweiligen Einlagen, in diesem Fall die Verluste ersetzt werden. Influencerin muss 181 Millionen Euro Strafe zahlen In China muss eine bekannte Influencerin wegen Steuerhinterziehung rund 1,3 Milliarden Yuan - umgerechnet knapp 181 Millionen Euro - Strafe zahlen. Laut den Behörden hat die 36-jährige Huang Wei 2019 und 2020 Steuern in Höhe von 643 Millionen Yuan hinterzogen, indem sie dem Fiskus Einkünfte verschwiegen und falsche Steuererklärungen abgegeben habe. Die Geldstrafe ist eine der härtesten, die jemals gegen einen chinesischen Star verhängt wurde. Huang ist im Internet als "Livestream-Königin" Viya bekannt und bringt es in verschiedenen Online-Netzwerken auf insgesamt 110 Millionen Follower.

HeuteMorgen
Lieferengpässe bei Covid-Selbsttests

HeuteMorgen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 10:30


Noch drei Mal schlafen, dann ist Heiligabend. Zeit für besinnliche Stunden im engsten Kreis. Wer sich nun aber noch Selbsttests besorgen möchte, um kurz vor der Familienfeier auf Nummer sicher zu gehen, könnte Pech haben. Selbsttests werden vielerorts knapp. Weitere Themen: * Das so genannte «Mitarbeiter-Sharing» im Tessin und Graubünden ist gefloppt. Das Projekt wird eingestellt. * Die türkische Wirtschaft leidet unter dem Zerfall der Währung. Nun interveniert Präsident Erdogan persönlich – und die Lira legt wieder zu.

Patrick Boyle On Finance
Turkey's Unravelling Economy

Patrick Boyle On Finance

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 20:22


The Turkish lira has been in meltdown as President Erdogan rejected warnings on the dangers of his recent interest rate cuts.  He vowed that there was “no going back”.The currency, which has lost about 40 per cent of its value against the dollar since the central bank started lowering borrowing costs in September, fell to a new record low of TL18.36 against the dollar on MondayTrading on Turkey's main stock exchange was halted for the second consecutive session following a 5 per cent decline for the flagship index. The Turkish president, said in a televised speech on Sunday night “Don't expect anything else from me, as a Muslim, I will continue to do whatever the religious decrees require.”Patrick's Books:Statistics For The Trading Floor:  https://amzn.to/3eerLA0Derivatives For The Trading Floor:  https://amzn.to/3cjsyPFCorporate Finance:  https://amzn.to/3fn3rvC Patreon Page: https://www.patreon.com/PatrickBoyleOnFinanceVisit our website: www.onfinance.orgFollow Patrick on Twitter Here: https://twitter.com/PatrickEBoylePatrick Boyle On Finance YouTube Channel Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/PatrickBoyleOnFinance)

Real Vision Presents...
Stocks, Oil, & Bitcoin Fall on Omicron Fears: A Not-So-Happy Holiday

Real Vision Presents...

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 33:52


DB-Dec20,2021:The Omicron fear factor has sent the entire market tumbling downhill – what does this mean for 2022? Jeffrey Schulze of ClearBridge discusses how you should protect your investments and prepare for the disruption. Goldman cuts GDP forecast down to 2% after Sen. Joe Manchin said he won't support President Biden's Build Back Better plan. Real Vision's Weston Nakamura also discusses the Lira as it slumps to new lows after Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he would not raise interest rates. Interviewed by Maggie Lake. Want to submit questions? Drop them right here on the Exchange: https://rvtv.io/3slSEeV Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The John Batchelor Show
Erdogan and three capitals: Moscow, Tehran and Washington. Aykan Erdemir @aykanerdemir @aykan_erdemir @FDD @ADI

The John Batchelor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 8:50


Photo:  Turkish officer and view of trenches Erdogan and three capitals: Moscow, Tehran and Washington.  Aykan Erdemir @aykanerdemir  @aykan_erdemir  @FDD  @ADI https://www.wsj.com/articles/turkeys-borrowing-costs-soar-as-crisis-enters-new-phase-11640015497?mod=hp_lead_pos6 Dr. Aykan Erdemir, @aykanerdemir  @aykan_erdemir  @FDD  @ADL Task Force on #MidEast, senior director of FDD's Turkey program, is a former member of the Turkish Parliament (2011 to 2015) who served in the EU-Turkey Joint Parliamentary Committee, EU Harmonization Committee, and the Ad Hoc Parliamentary Committee on the IT Sector and the Internet.

The Greek Current
Will Greece acquire F-35 jets?

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 12:44


Last week the US Senate voted on and passed the NDAA, which included the U.S.-Greece Defense and Interparliamentary Partnership Act, which was introduced by Senators Bob Menendez and Marco Rubio. The bill upgrades the defense cooperation between the US and Greece, and also includes language that would open the door for Greece to acquire F-35 fighter jets. This has revived talk in Athens about Greece's possible acquisition of the fifth generation stealth fighter. Vassilis Nedos, Kathimerini's diplomatic and defense editor, joins The Greek Current to discuss the significance of the Menendez-Rubio amendment and what it will take for Greece to actually acquire F-35s. Read Vassilis Nedos' latest analysis here: Revived hopes for buying the F-35 aircraftYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Turkish lira falls further as Erdogan stands firm on ratesTurkey's Erdogan says he's cut inflation to 4% before, can do againBulgaria, Greece talk energy cooperation, regional stability

Tagesschau (320x240)
18.12.2021 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (320x240)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 15:49


Themen der Sendung: Impfgegner und Kritiker der Corona-Maßnahmen protestieren in mehreren deutschen Städten, Gesundheitsminister der Länder fordern strengere Einreisebestimmungen, Nach Österreich geht nun auch die Niederlande in harten Lockdown, EU-Kommission kritisiert polnisches Mediengesetz, Türkischer Präsident Erdogan empfängt afrikanische Staats- und Regierungschefs zu Türkei-Afrika-Gipfel, Dokumentation des Klimawandels durch isländischen Fotografen Axelsson in München ausgestellt, Ergebnisse des 16. Spieltags der Fußball-Bundesliga, Die Lottozahlen, Das Wetter

Tagesschau (Audio-Podcast)
18.12.2021 - tagesschau 20:00 Uhr

Tagesschau (Audio-Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 15:49


Themen der Sendung: Impfgegner und Kritiker der Corona-Maßnahmen protestieren in mehreren deutschen Städten, Gesundheitsminister der Länder fordern strengere Einreisebestimmungen, Nach Österreich geht nun auch die Niederlande in harten Lockdown, EU-Kommission kritisiert polnisches Mediengesetz, Türkischer Präsident Erdogan empfängt afrikanische Staats- und Regierungschefs zu Türkei-Afrika-Gipfel, Dokumentation des Klimawandels durch isländischen Fotografen Axelsson in München ausgestellt, Ergebnisse des 16. Spieltags der Fußball-Bundesliga, Die Lottozahlen, Das Wetter

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast
Turkey's Cost of Living CrisisTurkey's Cost of Living Crisis

From Our Own Correspondent Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 28:54


What is it like to spend years saving up your money, and then watch as its value rapidly declines? Or to have a pension which no longer pays for even your basic needs? Inflation in Turkey is soaring, with some estimates putting the annual rate at fifty percent. The Covid pandemic has meant that prices are rising around the world, but Turkey's particularly high figure has led some to blame the unorthodox economic policies of the country's President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Ayla Jean Yackley visited an Istanbul market to hear more. When our correspondent in Colombia contracted Covid, he assumed he would get the medical treatment he needed; after all, he did have health insurance. However, that was not how it turned out, and in the process, Matthew Charles got a first-hand picture of how things work in the Colombian healthcare system: who gets the help they need, and why it is they who get it. Denmark's capital, Copenhagen, has a problem with street prostitution, in the sense that prostitutes and clients sometimes have sex actually in the street, or else they end up going back to the client's homes, where the women may not be safe. As a way of tackling this, the city's sex workers are now being offered a new place to see their clients: in the back of a van. Linda Pressly was invited to see how this works. Conspiracy theorists are hard to argue with, as any fact offered to challenge their world view can be dismissed as a lie of the mainstream media. So when Stephanie Hegarty travelled to the US to meet adherents of the “QAnon” theory, she did not expect to change their minds. These are people who believe there is an international, underground sex ring, linked to senior world leaders with a secret fondness for worshipping the devil. However, she was surprised at the details of QAnon beliefs, and the tenacity with which supporters cling to them. We are all probably aware of the lasting effect that children's books can have. Stories discovered in our early years may stay with us for the rest of our lives, so too the pictures and plots. Our Paris Correspondent, Hugh Schofield has long held a candle for Caroline, the bold little girl who featured in a long-running series of French children's books dating back to the 1950s. So it was a great surprise when he had the chance to actually meet her.

The Greek Current
Omicron, travel restrictions, and Russia dominate EU summit agenda

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 10:05


EU leaders held their last summit of 2021 amid heightened concerns about the spread of the omicron variant, which saw some members - including Greece and Italy - impose unilateral travel restrictions intended to control the spread of the new variant. This raised important questions about freedom of movement for European citizens. Meanwhile, Russia's military buildup at the Ukrainian border also took up a significant portion of time at the summit, with EU leaders issuing a stern warning to Moscow that there would be a severe cost for any aggressive actions against Ukraine. Yannis Palaiologos, Kathimerini's Brussels correspondent, joins The Greek Current to break down the decisions EU leaders took at this last summit of 2021.You can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:Draghi puts health above unity as EU struggles to find footing on OmicronRussia Ukraine: EU warns Moscow of 'severe cost' of aggressionGreece further amends Covid travel rules for foreignersTurkey's lira sinks to new low, prompting bank to interveneTurkey's currency crisis deepens after Erdogan's latest rate cutTurkey working to ease banks' capital strains amid lira crash - sourcesStaikouras: ECB pledge is a vote of confidence in Greece

The Greek Current
The Turkey-Russia relationship: "Collusion or Collision?"

The Greek Current

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 16:03


As Turkey increasingly drifts from the West, we've seen Turkey and Russia have moved closer. In a recently published report for the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, a team of experts look at Russia-Turkey relations under Presidents Putin and Erdogan, where they document how the Erdogan and Putin regimes have managed to compartmentalize their relationship, mixing competition with substantial cooperation across a range of areas. The authors also offer a nuanced set of policy recommendations for the US and its transatlantic allies, highlighting how they should react to Turkey's drift from the West under Erdogan. Aykan Erdemir and John Hardie, two of the authors of this report, join The Greek Current to break down their work, titled “Collusion or Collision? Turkey-Russia Relations Under Erdogan and Putin”. Dr. Aykan Erdemir is the senior director of the Turkey program at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies and a former Turkish lawmaker.John Hardie is the research manager at FDD, and his own research focuses on Russian foreign and security policy, U.S. policy toward Russia, and transatlantic relations.Make sure to read their report here: Collusion or Collision? Turkey-Russia Relations Under Erdogan and PutinYou can read the articles we discuss on our podcast here:ECB: Monetary policy decisionsEuropean Central Bank to taper pandemic stimulus, but gentlyTurkish lira dips to new low after another interest rate cutTurkey's lira tumbles after central bank cuts rates

Newshour
Turkey cuts rates despite spiralling inflation

Newshour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 48:34


Turkey has cut its interest rate for the fourth time in as many months. Its central bank cut its main interest rate by 1%, from 15% to 14%, amid pressure from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for rates to be cut to stimulate the economy. The move has sent its currency tumbling to new lows, with many people feeling the impact of inflation when buying essential items. Also in the programme: South Korea has become the latest country to re-impose coronavirus restrictions in response to a surge of infections, five children have died after a bouncy castle was blown into the air in Australia and we hear more about the album of Australian birdsong that's outselling Justin Bieber and Michael Bublé. (Picture shows the hands of a man counting Turkish banknotes. Credit: Getty Images)

Marketplace Morning Report
Turkey shows what happens when you compromise central bank independence

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 6:44


From the BBC World Service: Turkey is on the brink of hyperinflation and the lira currency has imploded after the country’s leader, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, turned his back on fundamental economics and interest rates. Turkey’s economic turmoil is a warning shot to the world about what happens when a central bank’s independence gets compromised. We’re in the heart of Istanbul – the city straddling Europe and Asia – sharing how ordinary people’s lives have become much, much tougher.

Marketplace All-in-One
Turkey shows what happens when you compromise central bank independence

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 6:44


From the BBC World Service: Turkey is on the brink of hyperinflation and the lira currency has imploded after the country’s leader, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, turned his back on fundamental economics and interest rates. Turkey’s economic turmoil is a warning shot to the world about what happens when a central bank’s independence gets compromised. We’re in the heart of Istanbul – the city straddling Europe and Asia – sharing how ordinary people’s lives have become much, much tougher.

The Journal.
The Fallout From Turkey's Economic Experiment

The Journal.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 17:26


Turkish President Erdogan is pushing ahead with an unusual economic plan for his country that is based on slashing the value of the currency. As the Turkish lira has plunged, inflation has spiked and Turkish citizens have taken to the streets. WSJ's Jared Maslin reports on the situation from Istanbul. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices