ISTANBUL, Nov 7 (Reuters) - Here are news, reports and events that may affect Turkish financial markets on Thursday.
The lira traded at 2.0360 in early Thursday trade, weakening from Wednesday's 2.0315 against the dollar.
The main Istanbul share index closed up 1.37 percent at 75,769 points, ending a five-day losing streak.
Turkey's 10-year benchmark bond yield fell to 8.91 percent on Wednesday's close from 8.96 percent a day ago.
Asian stocks struggled on Thursday as investors waited for stimulus-sensitive U.S. payroll data, although the euro perked up ahead of the European Central Bank's policy meeting.
The Australian dollar fell after a weak labour force report showed a big fall in full-time employment -- undermining a popular view that the Reserve Bank of Australia has finished cutting interest rates.
Treasury will announce the cash balance data for October.
Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan on a visit to Sweden and to hold joint news conference with his Swedish counterpart.
Turkish lender Isbank will announce its financial results for the third quarter.
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