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25 Nov 2021

Turkish Lira Finally Rebounds After Months of Lows

Turkish Lira Finally Rebounds After Months of Lows

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The Turkish Lira began on its recovery after reaching record lows caused by the President’s interest rate cuts. At 11.85 at 0400 GMT, the lira gained 1.9% from a close of 12.0820 on Wednesday. Last week it fell to its lowest level against the dollar at 13.45.

Prior to Wednesday, the currency fell at a record level against the dollar in 11 consecutive sessions, losing as much as 45% of its total value. President Erdogan’s fiscal policies have been criticized for the decline of the lira and the high inflation in the country.

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