As a president with questionable allies and commercial partners renews his attacks on the foreign owner of the country’s only international airport, foreign capital takes flight for good.
The attacks on Saudi oil infrastructure could turn out to be the oil industry’s 9/11. Reacting to the news, JP Morgan said: “Clearly oil assets have been massively mispriced. The assumption that production facilities are secure is wrong."
GPW Political Risk on how the move by a military pension fund unit to acquire the unloved, neglected UK company may have been motivated by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s personal agenda—and he may require a political quid pro quo.
At 4.1% y/y, Romania's July inflation will probably be the highest print for the year, ING analysts write.
Top officials say it’s all starting to come together for the Turkish economy. So why are some observers sniggering at the back?