ISTANBUL, Sept 29 (Reuters) - Turkish markets fell on Monday as a global banking crisis deepened, weakening higher-risk emerging markets, but shares in Fortis' Turkish unit rallied on the Belgian-Dutch bank's partial nationalisation. Istanbul's main share index closed down 1.4 percent at 36,051.30 points in subdued trade ahead of the three-and-a-half day public holiday to mark the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. Shares had gained in the previous two days on hopes for a $700 ...
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