Turkey's Deputy PM Reassures Investors After Failed Coup

Erdogan In Control After Failed Turkish Coup
People wave Turkish flags as they gather in the streets around Kizilay Square in reaction to the attempted military coup on July 16, 2016 in Ankara, Turkey. The coup attempt claimed over 250 lives. President Erdogan urged his supporters to take to the streets in support to prevent any further flare ups. Chris McGrath/Getty Image
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek told investors not to worry after an attempted coup, saying on Twitter on Sunday the government was in charge and had decided on "all necessary measures" after consulting with the central bank and treasury.
He did not specify the measures. He also said on his official Twitter account that political stability in Turkey had been strengthened after the failed coup and that macro fundamentals were solid. He said he would hold a teleconference with global investors later on Sunday.

"We have decided on all necessary measures. We are in charge. No need for worry," he wrote

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