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Turkish Deputy PM told investors not to worry

Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek said investors should not worry after an attempted coup, saying that the Turkish government would take all appropriate actions after consulting with the central bank and treasury.

Simsek on his official Twitter account said that the political stability in the country had been boosted after the attempted coup, and that macro fundamentals were solid.

“We have decided on all necessary measures. We are in charge. No need for worry,” he wrote in his Twitter.

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