The Worldview Guide to Investing in Turkey

06/30/2010

Turkey Navigates the Straits of a Crisis (Part II)

In an earlier article, we discussed the strength and attractiveness of the Turkish economy. In part II of Worldview: Turkey, we will look at the currency, fixed income, and equity markets. In brief, Turkey has many attractive emerging market characteristics, but its risk-adjusted performance as an equity investment, while positive, has not been as outstanding as its economic performance would suggest it could be.

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06/16/2010

Turkey Navigates the Straits of a Crisis (Part I)

It is almost clich√© to call Turkey a bridge between worlds, but on closer inspection, the country is difficult to describe as anything else. With a foot in Europe and a foot in Asia, Turkey truly is a crossroads between the East, West, and Middle East, a role shaped by its location and cultural geography, as well as its history.

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