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Michael Harris, head of research and Turkish strategist at Renaissance Capital, discusses the recent failed military coup in Turkey and what this means for Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
There’s a lot of speculation, not only on who staged the coup attempt over the weekend, but what the Turkish government is doing to fix the political situation. CNBC’s Hadley Gamble reports.
Alastair Newton, co-founder & director of Alavan Business Advisory, comments on the political situation in Turkey following the failed coup attempt.
Igor Ivanov, former Russian foreign minister, says the military coup in Turkey underlines the need for cooperation between Russia and Turkey.
Ahmet K. Han, associate professor of international relations at Kadir Has University, discusses why the military coup in Turkey failed.
NEW YORK— Stocks ticked higher Monday as investors looked past this weekend's failed coup attempt in Turkey and nudged the Standard& Poor's 500 index to another record. Add one more to the list: Friday's military uprising in Turkey. "The market is looking at things with a half-full lens these days, and there's some basis for the market to take this in stride," said...
Charles Hecker, global research director at Control Risks, says the military coup will help Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan to gain power.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports from Istanbul on the fallout from the weekend's military coup in Turkey.
The fallout from this latest attack will deal a serious blow to the euro area's tourism sector and fragile economic recovery.
BEIJING— Asian stock markets were mixed Monday after Wall Street ended the week up, a Turkish military coup failed and China reported better economic data. Hong Kong's Hang Seng rose 0.1 percent to 21,674.28 and Seoul's Kospi was unchanged at 2,017.13. Benchmarks in Singapore and New Zealand gained while the Philippines and Indonesia retreated.
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Robert Amsterdam, who had represented the Turkish government in its 2015 civil suit against Gulen, says Turkish authorities have sufficient evidence.
Turkey's president says he cannot ignore calls for the death penalty for coup plotters, as Europe worries about a more repressive Turkey.
Turkish President Erdogan believes that the U.S. is protecting Fethullah Gulen, the man blamed for the coup attempt, says GlobalStrat's Olivier Guitta.
*Some see risk aversion as investors hedge Turkey exposure. LONDON, July 17- Turkey's failed military coup may prompt some flight to safe-haven assets on Monday but there will only be a more serious longer-term impact for investors if instability persists in the strategically important emerging market. Turkey's government said on Sunday it was in full...
Some Turkish military members who participated in a coup against the government have fled to Greece are are seeking asylum, Greek officials say.
Turkey rounded up thousands of military personnel who were said to have taken part in an attempted coup, The NY Times reports.
NICE, France, July 16- The pebbly beaches of Nice can all but disappear beneath a carpet of bronzing bodies on a normal July weekend. Security fears have been hurting France's vital tourism industry, typically responsible for about 7 percent of GDP, since a series of Islamist militant attacks began in January 2015, most of them in the capital. This time last year,...
Reyhan Baysan, TRT World reporter, gives an on-the-ground account of the attempted military coup in Turkey.
The "Options Actions" traders discuss sectors like defense stocks in the light of the attempted military coup in Turkey.