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Turkey and frontiers in the firing line

The dramatic slump in the Turkish lira over the past month once again leaves the currency firmly in crisis territory. One crumb of comfort is that Turkish banks are in a better position to cope with large falls in the lira than they were during the 2018 crisis. Elsewhere in the emerging world, sovereign vulnerabilities look particularly acute in a handful of frontier markets, while longer-term banking sector risks loom in the UAE, India and Russia.

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