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ISTANBUL, July 2 (Reuters) - Here are news stories, press reports and events that could affect Turkish financial markets on Thursday.

The lira traded at 1.524 to the dollar in early trade compared to a close of 1.525 on Wednesday.

The main share index rose 0.8 percent to 37,245.86 on Wednesday.

The benchmark Feb.

2, 2011, bond yield firmed to 11.89 percent on Wednesday from a previous 11.92 percent.

Article Controlsemailreprintnewslettercommentssharedel.icio.usDigg It!yahooFacebookTwitterrss GLOBAL MARKETS Asian stocks were largely unchanged on Thursday ahead of the latest U.S.

payrolls report, while the U.S.

dollar remained near a three-week low against the euro, sensitive to lingering doubts about its reserve status.

Crude prices edged up toward $70 a barrel, with a reported increase in U.S.

gasoline inventories.

The yield on the benchmark U.S.

10-year Treasury note was at 3.55 percent, roughly where it was at the end of New York's trading day on Wednesday.

Read All Comments INTEREST RATES Turkey has room to cut interest rates further, Central Bank Deputy Governor Erdem Basci was quoted as saying by the state Anatolian news agency late on Wednesday.

CELEBI The airport handling company won a license to operate ground services at Brussel's South Charleroi international Airport for 10 years, according to filing issued after markets closed on Wednesday.

SOUTH STREAM Russia has offered Turkey a role in its South Stream gas pipeline to Europe, Russian news agencies reported on Wedneseday, marking another Russian attempt to undermine the European Union's rival Nabucco project.

NOTE - For a diary of forthcoming events, see.

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