Wednesday, 15 August 2018 WASHINGTON (AP) — President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is blaming the United States for Turkey's financial crisis, ignoring homegrown problems like high debts, raging inflation and his own erratic policies. Yet one of the threats facing Turkey and other emerging-market countries really is made-in-America: By ratcheting up U.S. interest rates, the Federal Reserve has — unintentionally — led investors to pull money out of emerging markets like Turkey, strengthened the dollar's value and made it harder for foreign companies to repay their dollar-denominated debts. The resulting flight of capital into safer and higher-yielding U.S. investments has sent many emerging-market currencies tumbling.
Sep.24 -- Iain Stealey, portfolio manager at JPMorgan Global Strategic Bond Fund, talks about Federal Reserve policy, Treasury yields and the dollar. He speaks with Haidi Stroud-Watts and Shery Ahn on..