Turkish economy 'needs stability'


Recent anti-government protests have had a significant impact on Turkey's economy, with the main share index falling by 10.47% on Monday.

Meanwhile the cost of insuring Turkish debt has risen to a two-month high.

The BBC spoke to Justin Urquhart Stewart, from Seven Investment Management, to get his assessment of the country's economic outlook.

He suggested Turkey was a country that was "changing rapidly", with numerous social and political issues to overcome.

"If this is able to be managed.... you'll find money flowing back in again - but it does need stability," he said.

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