Lehman Brothers collapse: 10 years after - Turkey's Erdogan angry over rates rise
A decade after the Lehman Brothers' bankruptcy, the US economy is growing. Americans feel safe and are even optimistic. But economists warn that appearances are deceptive.
Facing the harsh realities of global markets, Buenos Aires and Ankara have taken different paths to drive their domestic agendas. But, as global contagion fears recede, will Turkey follow Argentina and take its medicine?
Ten years after the bankruptcy, the documentary The Crash – The Investment Bank Lehman Brothers charts the risky rise and ruinous fall of a global financial services giant.
Turkey's central bank has shown it has teeth, hiking interest rates beyond expectations to quell inflation and calm investor nerves. But as recession looms and Erdogan growls, Turkey is not quite out of the woods.
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