Turkey best selling cars ranking in the 2019 dominated for the fourth year in a row by the Fiat Egea, able to over perform in a declining market. In second place Renault Clio conquers the second place overtaking the Renault Megane. Top 100 models listed.The 2019 has been an awful year for the Turkish new vehicles industry, having reported the third consecutive fall with over the half of volume lost in the period 2018-2019.All models have reported severe lost, a part, of course, the few recently introduced.The best selling model of the year was the Fiat Egea – confirming the previous 3 years leadership – with 55.430 sales (+50.8%).In second place the Renault Clio with 28.884 units (+9.2%), overtaking the Renault Megane which sales have been 23.311 (-26.0%).In fourth place the Toyota Corolla with 16.146 (-18.8%) followed by the Honda Civic with 17.975 units (-28.5%) and the Volkswagen Passat with 15.812 sales (-29.2%).In seventh place the Peugeot 3008 with 11.263 (+39.7%) followed by the Ford Transit with 10.905 units (-45.4%), the Dacia Duster with 10.378 (-19.9%) and in 10th place by the Nissan Qashqai with 9.323 (-37.7%).Tables with sales figuresIn the tables below we report sales for the top 100 ModelsThis content is for members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read.
Interesting excerpts from the CFTC case against Bitmex
Wednesday October 21, 2020
Below are some excerpts from the CFTC case against Bitmex, which is separate from the DOJ case, whose indictment I haven’t read yet. Excerpts copied verbatim: BitMEX accepted bitcoin deposits worth more than $11 billion from at least 85,000 user accounts with a U.S. nexus. Despite being incorporated in the Seychelles, HDR does not have, […]
John Street Capital’s fire analysis of bitcoin, stocks, and macroeconomics
Tuesday October 06, 2020
I really enjoyed reading several of John Street Capital’s essays and wanted to save / share some excerpts from them. The two that stood out the most during my reading binge were Bitcoin & The Macro Environment, and FinTech: The 2020’s. Excerpts: We said QE turned your checking account into cash, your savings account into […]
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