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Keywords: TEPAV Retail Confidence Indicator (TEPE)

Expectations on Sales and Employment Deteriorate in the Retail Sector The gap between Turkey and the EU widened at the highest rate since the beginning of 2012.
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04/06/2012   ANKARA - TEPE which has been standing in the negatives since January had a value of -2.6 in May. The Index did not make it to the positives despite the upwards trend. TEPE, therefore increased month-on-month by 1.7 points but decreased year-on- [More]
Retail Confidence Drops, Expectations Deteriorate TEPE which has been standing in the negatives since January had a value of -4.4 in April 2012.
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03/05/2012 TEPE recorded year-on-year and month-on-month drops in April 2012. The anticipation for business volume recovery compared to the previous year and last three months improved slightly whereas expectations for sales and order volume deteriorated. The [More]
Retail Confidence Still Inert around the Horizontal Axis TEPE stood in the negatives with a value of -0.4 in March 2012.
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03/04/2012   Albeit the uptrend, TEPE stood in the negatives with a value of -0.4 in March 2012 as it was in January and February. This implies a month-on-month increase by 0.4 points and a year-on-year decreased by 3 points. The balance value of the expec [More]
Retail Confidence not yet in the Positive Zone Despite the uptrend, TEPE remained in the negatives in February 2012.
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02/03/2012 ANKARA - TEPE remained in the negatives in February 2012 despite the uptrend it achieved. The main driver of the uptrend was the positive expectations for the next three months. Non-adjusted series hit the lowest of the last twenty two months conce [More]
Retailers Lose Hope by the End of January 2012 The TEPE fell sharply in January 2012 to -1.7.
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02/02/2012   ANKARA - In January 2012, the TEPE decreased by 9.2 points year-on-year. Non-adjusted serieses of TEPE hit the lowest value since December 2010. Expectations for orders placed with suppliers and for sales volume in the next three months have de [More]
Retailers Optimistic About 2012 TEPE reached its highest in December 2011.
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03/01/2012 In December 2011, TEPE reached its highest since May 2008. Expectations for the orders placed with suppliers and for sales volume in the next three months increased whereas business volume decreased compared to the previous three months. TEPE whic [More]
Negative Trend in TEPE Continues TEPE stood at -2.4 in November 2011.
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02/12/2011 ANKARA-TEPE, which has been in the negatives since August 2011, stood in the negative zone also in November 2011. Expectations for the sales volume in the next three months remained constant while current business volume has deteriorated. Still, th [More]
Retail Index Continues to Move along the Horizontal Axis TEPE which was in the negatives in August and September stood slightly above zero in October albeit maintaining the movement along the horizontal axis.
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02/11/2011 TEPE which had been in the negatives in August and September reached to a positive by October. The index had a value similar to that achieved in October 2010. An improvement in sales volume and sales prices are expected in the next three months. Th [More]
Limited Recovery in the Retailing Sector TEPE, which demonstrated a limited month-on-month recovery, outscored the EU-27 Retail Index with a record-high difference.
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04/10/2011 Maintaining the trend in August, TEPE stood in the negatives in September. Demonstrating a limited month-on-month recovery, TEPE deteriorated year-on-year. The gap between TEPE and EU-27 Retail Index reached the highest in favor of Turkey. TEPE [More]
Negative Trend in TEPE Continues TEPE which stood in the negatives in July, for the first time in the last ten months preserved the downwards trend in August. The chief reasons for TEPE decline was the deterioration of expectations for business activities in the next three months.
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05/09/2011 ANKARA-TEPE which had been in the positives since September 2010 stood at -0.6 in July 2011. The fall in the index furthered and the index decreased to -4 in August 2011. This implies a month-on-month decline by 3.4 points and a year-on-year declin [More]