Turkish stock market: Time to clean things up

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Foreigners love the Turkish stock market because it behaves like none other on earth ­ driven by forces only a few can understand, involving politics, hidden assets and the so-called "chatterers". It's been referred to as one big inside trade. But there are serious attempts to clean it up. And Global Securities, the market leader, is under pressure to change its act. David Shirreff reports