Turkey is the world’s second largest investment attraction
Turkey ranked second, as one of the most attractive emerging markets for investors in the world.
According to (Bloomberg financial) reports, which it adopted a series of economic criteria including growth rates, interest income and securities, Mexico ranked first in the emerging markets, attracting investors from 10 other countries, followed by Turkey, This shows us that the Turkish economy is growing, While India was the least developed country market attracting investors.
One of the most important factors, according to Bloomberg, is the inability of foreign trade and the index of bond prices, This compares to the volume of profits, interest income, bonds from 10-year and the real effective exchange rate, As well as signs of exchange rate fluctuations, Turkey’s sovereign rating by global credit rating agencies, the latest of which was Moody’s positive rating.
Analysts raised expectations of an increase on February to the level 20.50, an increase of 5%.
Bloomberg’s analysis is based on a JP Morgan Chase index of emerging market funds.