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U.S. | 14 August 2018 Turkey's Meltdown is no Threat to the U.S. Economy, or Banks
Turkey has all the problems you don't want to see in an emerging market when the U.S. is raising interest rates.

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14 August 2018 Turkey's Meltdown is no Threat to the U.S. Economy, or Banks

By Ian Shepherdson

Turkey has all the problems you don't want to see in an emerging market when the U.S. is raising interest rates.

Posted: 14th Aug 2018 in 'U.S.'

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