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Turkey Coup Attempt: What has been the impact on global commodities, energy markets?

With Yi-Jeng Huang

July 18, 2016 07:30:00 EST (4:48)

Following on from a failed coup attempt launched late Friday, July 15, by Turkish army officers, what has been the impact -- if any -- on commodities and energy markets?


With economists hopeful that the short-lived nature of the attempted coup will mitigate any big market movements due to risk aversion, Yi-Jeng Huang focuses on the oil and gas, steel, agriculture and petrochemicals markets, against the backdrop of Turkey's weakening economy and increased political tensions.

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