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Keywords: TEPAV Retail Confidence Indicator (TEPE)

Retail Confidence Decreases Due To Negative Expectations 91th issue of TEPAV Retail Confidence Index has been published.
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02/08/2017 TEPE, which decreased to the level of -16.8 points in the first half of 2017, was -19.5 points in July 2017. Index that decreased by 3.8 point compared to the previous month and 7.9 points compared to the same month last year. The yearly decrease i [More]
Business Activity is not Recovering, TEPE is Still at Its Lowest 89th issue of TEPAV Retail Confidence Index has been published.
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02/06/2017   TEPE, which was at its lowest of the last 99 months in April, remained at that level in May. Index that slightly increased (by 0,5 points) compared to the previous month, decreased by 6,8 points compared to the same month last year. The yearly [More]
Recovering From a Steep Decline in February Through Improved Expectations, TEPE is Still at Negative 87th issue of TEPAV Retail Confidence Index has been published.  
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04/04/2017   TEPE, negative since February 2016, continued on negative course for the third month of this year. Recovering the decline in February, it reached its October-January average of -15,8 in March. Improvement in the expected sales for the upcoming [More]
Decrease In The Expectations Has Negatively Affected Retail Confidence 86th issue of TEPAV Retail Confidence Index has been published.
Haber Resim
03/03/2017 TEPE which was following a negative course since February 2016, continued its decline through the last 13 months as well. TEPE declined both month-on-month and year-on-year basis in February 2017. With regards, the developments regarding the last 3 [More]
Turkey Catches Up the EU for the First Time in 14 Months Turkey had the highest month-on-month and the third highest year-on-year increase in retail confidence across the EU-28.
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03/03/2015 ANKARA - TEPE continued rising in February. Expectations for orders placed with suppliers and employment advanced month-on-month and year-on-year. Volume of business activities compared to the past year increased in comparison with both February 20 [More]
Retail Confidence Stagnant TEPE improved by a weak 0.1 points month-on-month but declined by 15.4 points year-on-year
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02/12/2014 ANKARA - In November 2014, TEPE decreased year-on-year by 15.4 points despite a slight month-on-month recovery by 0.1. Sales expectations and anticipated business recovery declined both month-on-month and year-on-year. All retailing subsectors exce [More]
Retail Confidence Slumps at the Start of the Last Quarter TEPE which had moved up in July and August had a value of -15 in October
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04/11/2014 In October 2014, TEPE declined month-on-month by 2.4 points and year-on-year by 14.3 points. Sales expectations weakened in both terms while anticipation for business recovery improved month-on-month. All sub-sectors of the retail industry worsened [More]
Retail Sector Performs Worse than 2013 in the First 9 Months of 2014 TEPE had the lowest value in a third quarter since 2009.
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02/10/2014 In September 2014, TEPE declined month-on-month by 6.7 points and year-on-year by 9 points. The TEPAV Retail Confidence Index had a value of -1.1 in the first nine months of 2013, compared to -6.7 in the same period in 2014. The retail sector there [More]
Retail Sector Recovers Month-On-Month TEPE increased month-on-month by 3.9 points but decreased year-on-year by 1.2 points.
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04/09/2014 ANKARA - In August 2014, TEPE increased month-on-month by 3.9 points but decreased year-on-year by 12 points. The largest year-on-year surge in sub-sectors was in motor vehicles sector. The volume of business activities compared to past period incr [More]
Ramadan and Festival Bolster Retail Confidence Forty-five percent of retailers expect sales to increase
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06/08/2014 ANKARA - In July 2014, TEPE increased month-on-month but decreased year-on-year. All retail subsectors weakened year-on-year whereas indicators and some expectations strengthened month-on-month with Ramadan and Festival effects. As a result, TEPE b [More]