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Turkish Lira: CBRT Eschews Rate Cut

Turkish Lira: CBRT Eschews Rate Cut


The Lira was stable but underperforming other emerging market currencies on Thursday after the Turkish central bank said its cash rate is likely to remain at 19% until a “significant fall” in inflation has been achieved, leaving the Turkish currency…

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Live EUR/USD Exchange Rate: 1.2106
Daily Change: 0.3365%
Opening Rate: 1.2065
Today's Low: 1.2052
Today's High: 1.2146
Low of the Past Year: 1.0798 (07-05-2020)
High of the Past Year : 1.2349 (07-01-2021)
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Turkish Lira: CBRT Eschews Rate Cut

  • Written by Gary Howes

CBRT governor

The Lira was stable but underperforming other emerging market currencies on Thursday after the Turkish central bank said its cash rate is likely to remain at 19% until a “significant fall” in inflation has been achieved, leaving the Turkish currency at the beck and call of global bond markets.

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Norwegian Krone Pushes GBP/NOK Lower On 'Hawkish' Norges Bank

  • Written by James Skinner

Olsen Norges Bank

The Norwegian Krone lifted from two week lows against the Dollar and Pound on Thursday after the Norges Bank reiterated its intention to begin lifting interest rates later this year, although it continued to make that commitment contingent upon “clear signs that economic conditions are normalising.”

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Norwegian Krone: Norges Bank Steps Up to Bat

  • Written by James Skinner

NOK

The Norwegian Krone was again an underperformer among major currencies ahead of Thursday’s monetary policy decision from the Norges Bank, which could be more of an upside risk to the oil-linked currency than is commonly appreciated.

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