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All the days economic and financial news, including the latest on the Turkish currency crisis that has spooked investorsIntroduction: Turkish finance minister faces credibility testBerat Albayrak to speak to investors this afternoonConference call at 2pm BST/4pm TRT 9.06am BST Berat Albayraks rise to power has attracted comparisons to another well-connected son-in-law, Jared Kushner.My colleague Martin Chulov explains how Albayrak has shimmied up the greasy pole:Albayrak completed a masters of finance at New Yorks Pace University, before completing a PhD in Turkey. In 2006, two years after his marriage, he was appointed the chief executive of the energy and media conglomerate Çalk, a role that opened connections across the region. In 2015, Albayrak was named energy minister the same year he became an MP. By later that year he had begun to consolidate political power, moving from one of the countrys most influential businessmen to a figure at the heart of the power base and unmistakably tied to his father-in-law.He displayed a ruthless streak, eliminating perceived rivals within the ruling AKP party, such as Turkeys then prime minister, Ahmet Davutolu, and anyone perceived to be disloyal to Erdoan. Related: Berat Albayrak: the Jared Kushner of Turkey tackles its crisis 8.54am BST The liras rally suggests Turkeys attempt to repel speculators is paying off.Yesterday, Turkish financial regulators imposed new restrictions on the countrys banks, which effectively made it harder and more expensive to short, or bet against, the lira.At what point are people going to start complaining about lira strength? pic.twitter.com/p5pWSLO5lS Continue reading...
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