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Turkey needs a significant adjustment in the lira

Signs that newly re-elected Turkish president Erdogan is willing to move away from unorthodox economic policies has led to an increase in investor optimism towards his country. These developments are encouraging but investors should not underestimate the size of the adjustment that Turkey’s economy needs to make and the risk that Erdogan reverses course before the policy shift really takes off.

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