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Turkey to Cut Interest Rates
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Turkey to Cut Interest Rates

Turkey’s central bank is thinking about cutting interest rates again if inflation continues to fall sharply, Euronews reported. The bank’s governor has spoken of holding a monetary policy meeting as early as next week to discuss that. Any change would come if inflation in January had slowed by more than 1.0%.

 

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