In November, Turkish consumer prices increased by 0.38% month-on-month, significantly below the 2.00% rise of the previous month and marking a 5 month minimum. November's smoother increase was guided by lower food and non-alcoholic beverage price rises; transportation; housing and utilities; and garments and shoes.
At its meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) on 12 September, Turkey's Central Bank lowered the one-week repo rate by 325 basis points,
Turkish consumers confidence fell to a four-month low 55.9 in September 2019, bringing it down from 58.4 in August 2019. That index has again lowered from the 100 threshold that divides optimism from pessimism
Cross-border debt collections and mediations: Turkey has signed the Singapore Convention