Sturgeon Capital finds strength in TurkeyMichelle Jones
The central Asia-focused Sturgeon Capital declined 0.5% in U.S. dollar terms in September, bringing its year-to-date returns to -5.57%. Gold prices slumped during the month, which negatively impacted one of the fund's top positions. The fund benefitted from its positions in a Russian oil and gas company, a Turkish industrial and financial conglomerate, and a Turkish chemical company.
Turkey and Russia bounce
The markets were volatile in September, bouncing immediately after the August correction due to . . .
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