Turkish Lira Weakens to Lowest Since 2021 Currency Meltdown

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The Turkish lira weakened to a five-month low against the US dollar as monetary policy remains far too loose to curb the fastest pace of inflation in 20 years.

The lira slipped as much as 0.7% to 16.0477 per dollar on Tuesday, the lowest level since a currency crisis late last year. Consumer prices rose an annual 70% in April, well above the bank’s policy rate of 14%.

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