ISIS and oil prices: Turkey's economy after the 'fragile five'

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Falling oil prices have given Turkey's economy a boost, even as the Islamic State conflict edges closer to its borders. Julian Mayo from Charlemagne Capital takes a look at Turkey's fortunes.

In the middle of last year, Turkey was included in the list of ‘fragile five' economies pressured by the lethal combination of a current account deficit and a high budget deficit. Markets took fright...

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