Investors Still Trust Turkey
Investors Still Trust Turkey

Investors Still Trust Turkey

Investors Still Trust Turkey

There is a negative wave throughout the globe that affects Turkey but investors continue to trust in the country’s economy, Mehmet Simsek, deputy prime minister in charge of economy, said, Anadolu Agency reported. In a series of tweets, Simsek, who arrived in London on Friday for a two-day trip involving meetings with investors and think-tanks, said the negative wave is triggered by US budget approval process, rumors regarding replacement of Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and European Central Bank’s decision to extend bond buying program. “We [Turkey] are effecting from this negative wave just like everyone else. The trust of investors I met in London continues to remain,” Simsek said.

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