The countries of the Middle East are the absolute leaders in terms of mineral reserves which represent the largest source of their export income. Such dependence on raw materials creates a high vulnerability to falling oil prices. This in turn may lead to a budget deficit that can be covered by issuing government bonds. An increased demand for bonds indicates that investors perceive such state as a politically stable one and expect further economic development in the foreseeable future.
|TR02 TURKEY GOVERNMENT BONDS 2 YR||95.35||0.00%||0.00||95.35||95.35||Sell|
|TR03 TURKEY GOVERNMENT BONDS 3 YR||88.00||0.31%||0.28||88.00||87.72||Sell|
|TR03Y TURKEY GOVERNMENT BONDS 3 YR YIELD||16.91||-0.85%||-0.15||17.06||16.69||Buy|
|TR05 TURKEY GOVERNMENT BONDS 5 YR||90.00||1.12%||1.00||90.00||89.00||Sell|
|TR05Y TURKEY GOVERNMENT BONDS 5 YR YIELD||15.80||-2.20%||-0.36||16.16||15.66||Buy|
|TR10 Turkey Government Bonds 10 YR||91.10||2.65%||2.35||91.10||88.75||Sell|
|TR10Y TURKEY GOVERNMENT BONDS 10 YR YIELD||14.53||-3.47%||-0.52||15.06||14.45||Buy|