ISTANBUL, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Turkish markets weakened on Friday in line with global market losses, with Fortis' Turkish unit leading the way on concern about the Belgian-Dutch bank's outlook. Investor attention was focussed mainly on Washington's failure to agree a bailout plan for a shell-shocked U.S. banking system, which sent markets lower globally and increased aversion to riskier emerging markets. Istanbul's main share index was down 0.59 percent at 36,147 by 1330 GMT, having ...
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