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- ETF Database•last month
On the evening of Friday, July 15, Turkey experienced a coup attempt by some members of the nation’s military. It started with tanks rolling onto the streets in the capital city, Ankara, as well as Istanbul, the country’s most populous city. Uniformed officers blocked bridges and restricted traffic. By the end of the coup, Turkey was thrown into a crisis. The coup was unsuccessful – the current government remains in power. But it still had a destabilizing effect on the country and its national economy.
- Benzinga•last monthFailed Turkish Coup Consequences: Heightened Western Tensions, Increased Authoritarianism And 'Fleeing' Foreign Capital
The recent failed coup d'état in Turkey attempt has caused headaches for Turkish investors due to three immediate consequences from the event. These reactions include increased U.S./E.U.-Turkey relations, ...
- Barrons.com•2 months ago
Emerging Markets Emerging market investors characteristically hit the sell button as they searched for safer territory after the United Kingdom’s Brexit vote. Hardest hit on Friday were equities in the weak, volatile developing nations of Greece, Poland, South Africa, and Turkey. The iShares MSCI Emerging Markets exchange-traded fund (EEM) fell more than 5% Friday morning, while the SPDR S&P Emerging Europe ETF (GUR) dropped more than 7%.