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Turkish lira crisis: what it means for energy markets and commodities

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13 August 2018

Turkish lira crisis: what it means for energy markets and commodities

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On Friday 10 August, the Turkish lira fell 14% against the US dollar, its biggest daily decline since 2001. Losses against the dollar year to date are over 40%. As the cost of imports rise, inflation is set to sharply rise from 15.8% year on year recorded in July. In this Inform we assess the cause of the lira's sell-off, the macroeconomic risks and the implications for energy markets and commodities.

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