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First Time in 4 Years, More Than 60% of Retailers Say Business Declined In February 2014, 13.9 percent of TEPE survey participants declared an improvement in their business activities compared to the year before while 63 percent declared deterioration.
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04/03/2014 TEPE declined year-on-year and month-on-month in February 2014. The rate of retailers who declared that their business activities deteriorated was 69 percent compared to past three months and 63 percent compared to past year. In February 2010, the [More]
Retailers are Unhappy with Business Volume but Optimistic about the Future Expectations therefore increased by 8.9 points year-on-year and by 3.3 points month-on-month.
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04/02/2014   In January 2014, TEPE declined both month-on-month and year-on year and started the year in the negatives. The level of business activities decreased sharply compared to the past three months and last year. Retailers are hopeful about the futur [More]
TEPE Closes Year at 0.6 TEPE closed the year in the positives.
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03/01/2014 In December 2013, TEPE increased both year-on-year and month-on-month and closed the year in the positives. The 2013 average was at -1.2 points compared to the 2012 average at -3.8 points. Despite the average in the negatives, the year 2013 was bet [More]
Anticipated Recovery in the Retail Sector Surges to a 28-Month Peak TEPE maintained the upwards trend in November and had a value of minus 0.1.
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03/12/2013   In November 2013, TEPE increased both year-on-year and month-on-month. Anticipation for business recovery compared to the last 3 months and last year and expectations for the orders placed with suppliers, sales volume and sales prices improved [More]
Business Activities Recover in the Retail Sector In October 2013, TEPE had a value of minus 2.4 with a month-on-month increase
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05/11/2013 In October 2013, TEPE increased month-on-month and remained constant year-on-year. Anticipation for business recovery compared o the last 3 month and last year strengthened. Expectations for the orders placed with suppliers and for sales in the nex [More]
Sales Expectations in the Retail Sector the Lowest of the Last Year TEPE had a value of minus 6.9 in September 2013
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02/10/2013 In September 2013, TEPE decreased both year-on-year and month-on-month. Anticipation for business recovery compared to last 3 months and last year weakened. Expectations for orders, sales and employment for the next 3 months deteriorated month-on-m [More]
Business Activities Up, Expectations Stronger Than Last Year In August 2013, TEPE had a value of minus 0.1
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03/09/2013 ANKARA – In August 2013, TEPE decreased month-on-month but increased year-on-year. Anticipation for business recovery improved compared to the last three months and previous year. Expectations for orders and sales in the next three months were st [More]
Positive Expectations Scale Up TEPE TEPE that marked up after the decline in May maintained the upwards trend in July
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02/08/2013 ANKARA –In July 2013, TEPE increased both year-on-year and month-on-month while the anticipation for recovery in business activities showed deterioration. On the other hand, expectations for the next three years marked the highest level so far. [More]
Expectations in the Retail Sector Stronger than Last Year TEPE moved upwards in June but it could not make it to the positives: minus 0.6
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02/07/2013   TEPE increased in June 2013 month-on-month and year-on-year, while the Index is still in the negatives. Anticipation for business recovery and expectations weakened compared to May 2013 but improved compared to last year. Retail confidence in t [More]
Retailers’ Mood Better than Last Year, Worse than April TEPE, which was in rise in the last two months, had a value of minus 2.2 in May 2013.
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04/06/2013   In May 2013, the TEPAV Retail Confidence Indicator TEPE increased year-on-year but decreased month-on-month. Expectations for the level of sales and employment in the next three years, too increased compared to last year and decreased compared [More]