Turkish Stock Market Plunges Most Since 2013 Protests: Chart

Top Investor Takeaways From Failed Turkish Coup

The 7.1 percent plunge in Turkey’s Borsa Istanbul 100 Index was the benchmark’s worst since June 3, 2013, when anti-government protests prompted a crackdown by then-Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, now president. Monday’s nosedive follows Erdogan’s promise that participants in the attempted coup “will pay a heavy price for their treason.”

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