Never mind the politics, Turkey's price is always right

By Virginia Furness
19 Jan 2017

Typically an early mover in the race to fund, Turkey raised $2bn on Wednesday with an SEC-registered note maturing March 2027, a third of the total $6bn it plans to raise this year. But the sovereign has plenty of hurdles ahead, writes Virginia Furness.


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