ISTANBUL, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Here are news, reports and events that may affect Turkish financial markets on Tuesday.
The lira was at 1.7943 against the dollar at 0630 GMT, little changed from 1.7931 late on Monday.
The yield on the two-year benchmark bond closed at 6.12 percent, from a close of 6.20 percent on Friday.
Istanbul's main share index was up 1.21 percent at 71,866.85 points, outperforming a fall of 0.07 percent in the global emerging markets index, shrugging off central bank data which showed a drop in manufacturing confidence.
The euro hit a one-month high, commodities rose and Asian shares climbed for a seventh consecutive day on Tuesday as global lenders reached a deal on new debt targets for Greece and a political agreement on disbursing the next instalment of aid. European shares will likely track Asian peers higher, with financial spreadbetters predicting London's FTSE 100, Paris's CAC-40 and Frankfurt's DAX to open as much as 0.7 percent higher.
CENTRAL BANK MINUTES
The central bank will release the minutes of its latest monetary policy committee meeting (1230 GMT).
The 2013 central government draft budget was accepted in parliament's planning and budget commission.
ERDOGAN IN SPAIN
Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan will hold a news conference with his Spanish counterpart during his visit to Spain.
Bids to be taken for the privatisation of the BEDAS power distribution network on the European side of Istanbul.
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