emerging markets Fethullah Gulen Markets Recep Tayyip Erdogan turkey Uncategorized

As Trump, Pence Threaten Turkey With Sanctions, It’s Time For Markets To Accept The Reality Of Erdogan

Accepting idiosyncratic, country-specific risk is part and parcel of investing in emerging markets, but this has gone well beyond that.

Accepting idiosyncratic, country-specific risk is part and parcel of investing in emerging markets, but this has gone well beyond that.
This content has been archived. Log in or Subscribe for full access to thousands of archived articles.

5 comments on “As Trump, Pence Threaten Turkey With Sanctions, It’s Time For Markets To Accept The Reality Of Erdogan

  1. Anonymous

    I wish I could somehow be a neutral observer in all this. It really has been stranger than fiction.

  2. Error404

    Incirlik? And the nukes there?

  3. Curt A Tyner

    I don’t suppose anyone would question, why? this pastor would be in fucking Turkey when their own stable genius “turkey leg” is a crazy madman who will do anything to get his way. Penance and trump are trying to drum up some monkey business from their even crazier evangelical base.

    This is a ploy by somebody, “who dat”. Trump saying, “a great christian” which the pastor probably is, is still a joke.

  4. Anonymous

    I reckon Pence is in big trouble with his boss. How dare he make that statement before Trump has tweeted it.

  5. Nevermind the byline. THEREALHEISENBERG could not possibly have written this. Heisenbergreport normally reads like Hunter S. Thompson’s old Examiner columns. Say it ain’t so, Joe.

Speak On It

Skip to toolbar