The recent earthquakes that hit Turkey and Syria are a human tragedy and foremost in everyone’s minds. Nonetheless, the financial markets will also need to bear in mind the economic cost and, to the extent that this provides some comfort, the damage to critical infrastructure for the economy as a whole does not appear huge. Our initial take is that this will have only a short-lived impact on Turkey’s economy.
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