Turkey

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After having been way too slow to raise interest rates to stem inflation and a major currency depreciation, Turkey finally raised its benchmark interest rates.
The list of nations with troubled economies has grown in 2018, and these are just eight of the nations in which interest rates or inflation have become sky high.
The Turkish economic disaster caught many of the world's global financial experts by surprise, so it is no wonder that the catastrophe has roiled the markets so badly.
24/7 Wall St. has decided to take a look at the situation in Turkey so that investors, economists and the public have an idea of just how important and relevant this could be.
When told of a failed coup and a round of thousands of arrests of military, government and civilian people, most investors might just assume that the local stock market would be crushed.
Fitch said that emerging markets are now more negative than their developed market equivalents in core sectors.
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