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Dedicated to helping our audience navigate the bumpy economic road ahead. With in-depth reports and analysis, Money Talks makes the news your business.

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    Turkcell reports 18% rise in revenues to $4.1B in 2019 | Money Talks

    Turkcell reports 18% rise in revenues to $4.1B in 2019 | Money Talks

    Turkey's telecoms giant, Turkcell, has revealed it had a record 2019, reporting its highest ever full-year earnings and post-paid subscriber growth. Earnings rose 61-percent to reach a record high of 523-million dollars. Sibel Karkus sat down with CEO Murat Erkan in Istanbul to discuss the latest results.. as well as Turkcell's 5G plans and how the coronavirus outbreak might impact the firm.
    #Turkcell #5G #Huawei

    • 5 min
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    Michael Bloomberg faces hostile field in debate stage debut | Money Talks

    Michael Bloomberg faces hostile field in debate stage debut | Money Talks

    In the US, Democratic presidential hopefuls have wrapped-up their ninth debate of the primary season. Although Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is leading in the polls, the candidates' main target on Wednesday night was Michael Bloomberg. The billionaire former mayor of New York. Lance Santos has more from Las Vegas. We unpacked the debate with Jeffrey Tucker, he’s Editorial Director at the American Institute for Economic Research and joined us from Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
    #Bloomberg #USElectionDebate #Democrats

    • 4 min
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    Michael Bloomberg surges in US Democratic opinion polls | Money Talks

    Michael Bloomberg surges in US Democratic opinion polls | Money Talks

    One of the richest men in the US is now in the race to become its most powerful one too. Billionaire and former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg has garnered enough support to participate in the latest Democratic presidential debate. Bloomberg's late to the game, having missed voting in two states on who should be the party's candidate. But he's hoping a spending splurge can help him catch up with the competition. Paolo Montecillo reports. For more on this, Jeffrey Tucker joined us from Great Barrington, Massachusetts. He's the editorial director at the American Institute for Economic Research.
    #MichaelBloomberg #USelections #DemocraticOpinionPolls

    • 7 min
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    China's coronavirus outbreak threatens Indian economy | Money Talks

    China's coronavirus outbreak threatens Indian economy | Money Talks

    India is in a precarious position due to the economic fallout of the coronavirus outbreak. The country has been grappling with slowing growth, and now it's worried a drop in Chinese imports could further slow things down. Ishan Russell has more.

    #Coronavirus #IndiaEconomy #Trade

    • 2 min
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    European Commission plans to create single EU data market | Money Talks

    European Commission plans to create single EU data market | Money Talks

    The European Union hopes to take a global role in tech regulation. On Wednesday, Brussels released a first draft of its new digital strategy to break the dominance of US tech giants such as Facebook and Google, as well as their hold on data. At the centre of the EU's plan is the creation of a single European data market to boost growth in its tech industry. The creation of an EU cloud platform is also a key element. For more on this Lewis Crofts spoke to us from Brussels. He's the editor-in-chief at Mlex, a global newswire covering regulatory risk in areas including technology, anti-trust and competition
    #EuropeanCommission #Data #CloudComputing

    • 6 min
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    Designers at New York Fashion Week show off sustainable solutions | Money Talks

    Designers at New York Fashion Week show off sustainable solutions | Money Talks

    New York City hosted its annual fashion week this month, and amid the global climate crisis, solutions to the industry's environmentally-harmful practices were top of the agenda. In the Big Apple alone, textile waste makes up around six percent of landfill. Now a handful of designers are calling for sustainability to become the hot new fashion trend. Jade Barker has more from New York.

    • 3 min

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