The "swift resolution" of a military coup in Turkey over the weekend partly cushioned the country's stockmarket this morning, but asset managers have warned Turkey's already weak fundamentals could now face "significant negative pressure" as ratings agencies look on.
Shares on the Borsa Istanbul 100 index are down 7.3% this afternoon, following an attempt by a faction of Turkey's military to overthrow the country's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan (pictured), which ultimately...
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