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If there was pent-up demand from investors for new Turkish stocks after four years of meager supplies, it isn't showing. Average trading volumes for three of the latest Turkish companies to hold initial public offerings – Global Ports Holding and DP Eurasia in London and Mavi Jeans in Istanbul – have slumped to a trickle in the weeks following their market debuts.The IPOs by Global Ports, DP Eurasia and Mavi earned their owners a combined $673 million – 97 percent of the amount raised in Turkish initial share sales this year, which is the highest total for the country since 2011, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.Goldman Sachs and Barclays were global coordinators for the Global Ports IPO.
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