The Borsa Istanbul index may have rallied over 5% on the back of the Justice and Development Party's (AKP) surprise win in Turkey's general election on 1 November, but fund managers have warned caution is still needed when investing in the country.
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Ashmore Investment Management, an emerging markets specialist, has launched a SICAV fund investing in Turkish equities.
Newton's Jason Pidcock has called into question opportunities in China, despite official figures showing the economy is expanding at 7%, and said there are much better opportunities elsewhere in Asia.
Turkey's credit rating has been lifted to investment grade by Moody's for the first time in two decades, in recognition of reductions to its debt and current account deficits.
First State Investments' emerging market and Asia Pacific specialist Angus Tulloch tells Kyle Caldwell about the macroeconomic headwinds preventing him from taking a bullish stance on the region.
Investec manager reveals his stance following EMD rally at start of the year.
Aberdeen's emerging market debt team has warned against investing in Turkish local currency government debt after yields spiked to record highs.