German automaker Volkswagen will pay a record $15 billion to consumers to settle a class action lawsuit.
Surplus during Jan.-May period stood at $3.1 billion, says finance minister.
Turkey among fastest growing members in Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Turkish deputy PM say.
Defendants allegedly damaged investors by manipulating interest rates.
Bank is expected to be established this year, says Şimşek.
Buying and selling rates of USD, EUR, GBP, CHF in Istanbul and Ankara before and after 'Brexit' Referendum.
'Only gradual increases" will occur if economic conditions improve, Fed says.
Economy adds fewest number of jobs since September 2010.
Rate hike 'appropriate' if economic data shows strength, April meeting reveals.
Standard & Poor’s analyst sees external investors continuing to fund Turkish economy despite expected challenges.
Cautious approach will allow Fed 'to keep the monetary support to economic growth in place,' Yellen says.
Analysts say new policy long due since practice of pegging naira to US dollar simply unsustainable.
Since January, total exports have fallen $39B, or 5.1 percent.
Market likely shift to supply deficit in May, bank says.
Ratings agency raises Turkey's outlook to stable.
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