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Turkey's central bank tries to curb lira fall

The Turkish lira has dived further with the financial crisis spreading to the Asian markets.
SBS - Published

ASX slides as Turkey tremors take hold

Australian shares fell, joining in with losses for stock markets across Asia, as investors fretted that a slide in the Turkish lira could herald the start of a broader market rout.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Turkish lira, markets fall after vote results scrapped [Video]Turkish lira, markets fall after vote results scrapped

Turkish financial markets tumbled on Tuesday after the elections board ruled to scrap and re-run Istanbul elections. David Pollard reports.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 01:27Published

Erdogan backs re-run of Istanbul vote after 'organised corruption' [Video]Erdogan backs re-run of Istanbul vote after 'organised corruption'

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday the decision to re-run the Istanbul election was an important step towards strengthening democracy, describing the March vote as being marred by..

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 00:50Published

Stocks Rebound After Trump's Threats [Video]Stocks Rebound After Trump's Threats

LONDON (Reuters) - World markets steadied on Tuesday after being rattled by U.S. President Donald Trump’s latest threat to ramp up trade tariffs on China, though Turkey’s lira was back in trouble..

Credit: Wochit Business     Duration: 00:46Published

Turkey to re-run Istanbul election lost by Erdogan's AK Party [Video]Turkey to re-run Istanbul election lost by Erdogan's AK Party

Turkey's main opposition, the Republican People’s Party, said on Monday it was a "plain dictatorship" that had decided on a re-run of local elections in Istanbul, after the election board decided to..

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 02:12Published

In first vote since Turkey's crisis, Erdogan could lose capital city [Video]In first vote since Turkey's crisis, Erdogan could lose capital city

Polls suggest Turkish President Erdogan could be defeated in Ankara, the city from which he has ruled with an increasingly iron grip since 2003, in this weekend's local elections. As David Pollard..

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:44Published

 

Erdogan tells US to show respect or his country will find new allies

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned the US it could start looking for new allies as tariffs send the Turkish lira crashing to record lows.
SBS - Published

Trump doubles tariffs on Turkey, sending lira crashing

The embattled Turkish lira tumbled over 16 per cent to new record lows against the dollar on Friday as strains with the United States intensified.
SBS - Published

Turkish lira crashes as Trump doubles metal tariffs

The embattled Turkish lira tumbled over 16 per cent to new record lows against the dollar on Friday as strains with the United States intensified.
SBS - Published

Turkish lira surges on shift to hidden lending rate

Turkey's central bank finally gained traction in its efforts to prop up the lira.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Higher rates not helping EM currencies, outlook improving for some

The drop in emerging market currencies may have gone too far, though perhaps not for the Turkish lira, South African rand or Mexican peso.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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