Turkey Intervenes to Shore Up Currency – Wall Street Journal- India

July 8, 2013
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Wall Street Journal- India
Turkey Intervenes to Shore Up Currency
Wall Street Journal- India
In seven back-to-back auctions, the most ever conducted in one day, Turkey’s central bank on Monday sold $2.25 billion in dollars to shore up the lira, or roughly 5% of its net reserves. That also is the most Turkey has ever spent in a day to support
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