European stockmarkets

Is it time to invest in Turkey?

Turkey's president Erdogan at a rally in Ankara © Getty Images

Turkey is one of the cheapest markets in the world right now. That’s usually a sign that you should buy. But is it really worth it? John Stepek weighs up the pros and cons.

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