How did it go this week in 7 titles?


Fed Chairman Jerome Powell’s speech to the US Senate, who said he believed continued interest rate hikes would be appropriate in the early part of last week, marked global markets. The emphasis on recession and unemployment has pushed the investor towards safe havens.

In the country, the economic decisions taken in the previous week were followed by new ones. The decision to use commercial loans, which came on the last day of the week after limiting swap and home loan allocations, has been closely followed. The eyes and ears of the employees were on the relevant ministries.

Here is the summary of last week in 7 titles …

1 – New condition for the use of the BRSA TL commercial loan

The Banking Regulatory and Supervision Agency has announced new terms for TL commercial loans. Consequently, companies whose foreign currency assets do not exceed TL 15 million in terms of TL are required not to increase their foreign currency assets beyond TL 15 million if the loan is used. Companies with FX cash assets above TL 15 million will not be able to use new TL cash business loans if this asset exceeds 10 percent of their business or sales revenue.

2 – Minister Bilgin: we will make a further increase above inflation

Vedat Bilgin, Minister of Labor and Social Security, said of the increase to be made for civil servants in July: “We will make a further increase at a rate that protects our civil servants from any inflation that occurs. Turkish workers. they shouldn’t worry. ” he said. Bilgin noted that minimum wage negotiations continue and will be announced next week.

3 – Powell: Unemployment risks rising

Powell attended the session of the House of Representatives Financial Services Committee on the second day of his presentation on the Semi-Annual Monetary Policy Report. Pointing out that the labor market is heating up unsustainably, Powell said that it is necessary to return to sustainable maximum employment and that inflation must be reduced for this.

4 – eBay withdraws from Turkey

Global e-commerce giant eBay closes Gittigidiyor and ends its operations in Turkey. eBay announced in a written statement that it will close its Turkish subsidiary GittiGidiyor. The company does not expect the closure of GittiGidiyor to have a tangible impact on the financial statements for the second quarter or fiscal year.
GittiGidiyor brought about 4 million active buyers to eBay at the end of the first quarter.

5 – New prediction of the crisis prophet Roubini

Economist Nouriel Roubini, noting that a recession is possible in the United States this year, warned that there could be further drops in bond and stock prices.

6 – Concern about gas in Europe is growing: it can be rationed

Indicator gas prices, which rose 43% last week, started this week with an 8% rise as Russia cut the gas it sends to Europe. The fact that Russia is fueling the gas war carries the risk of gas distribution in Europe within certain limits.

7 – Net CBRT reserves decreased

The net reserve of the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey fell to $ 7.4 billion in the week of June 17. The reserves of the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT) fell last week.


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