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Type: Currency
Group: Exotic
Base: US Dollar
Second: Turkish Lira
  • Prev. Close: 4.7392
  • Bid/Ask: 4.7391 / 4.7417
  • Day's Range: 4.7270 - 4.7695
USD/TRY 4.7404 +0.0012 +0.03%

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Prev. Close4.7392
Bid4.7391
Day's Range4.727 - 4.7695
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Ask4.7417
52 wk Range3.3845 - 4.9241
1-Year Change34.76%
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Time: Jun 20, 2018 12:57PM (GMT -4:00)

Economic Calendar

Time Cur. Imp. Event Actual Forecast Previous
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
07:00   USD MBA 30-Year Mortgage Rate 4.83%   4.83%
07:00   USD MBA Mortgage Applications (WoW) 5.1%   -1.5%
07:00   USD MBA Purchase Index 259.6   249.0
07:00   USD Mortgage Market Index 384.1   365.3
07:00   USD Mortgage Refinance Index 1,052.3   992.2
08:30   USD Current Account (Q1) -124.1B -129.0B -116.2B
09:30   USD Fed Chair Powell Speaks        
10:00   USD Existing Home Sales (May) 5.43M 5.52M 5.45M
10:00   USD Existing Home Sales (MoM) (May) -0.4% 1.5% -2.7%
10:30   USD Crude Oil Inventories -5.914M -2.100M -4.143M
10:30   USD Crude Oil Imports -0.201M   -0.563M
10:30   USD Cushing Crude Oil Inventories -1.296M   -0.687M
10:30   USD Distillate Fuel Production 0.357M   -0.213M
10:30   USD EIA Weekly Distillates Stocks 2.715M -0.164M -2.101M
10:30   USD Gasoline Production -0.352M   0.793M
10:30   USD Heating Oil Stockpiles 0.037M   0.040M
10:30   USD Gasoline Inventories 3.277M 0.188M -2.271M
10:30   TRY Central Government Debt Stock (May) 871.6B   921.1B
Thursday, June 21, 2018
03:00   TRY Consumer Confidence (Jun)     69.9
Tentative   USD OPEC Meeting        
08:30   USD Continuing Jobless Claims   1,730K 1,697K
08:30   USD Initial Jobless Claims   220K 218K
08:30   USD Jobless Claims 4-Week Avg.     224.25K
08:30   USD Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index (Jun)   29.0 34.4
08:30   USD Philly Fed Business Conditions (Jun)     38.7
08:30   USD Philly Fed CAPEX Index (Jun)     21.60
08:30   USD Philly Fed Employment (Jun)     30.2
08:30   USD Philly Fed New Orders (Jun)     40.6
08:30   USD Philly Fed Prices Paid (Jun)     52.60
09:00   USD House Price Index (YoY) (Apr)     6.7%
09:00   USD House Price Index (MoM) (Apr)   0.3% 0.1%
09:00   USD House Price Index (Apr)     261.7
09:45   USD Bloomberg Consumer Confidence     55.8
10:30   USD Natural Gas Storage   110B 96B
13:00   USD 30-Year TIPS Auction     1.003%
 

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Federal Reserve (FED)
Current Rate 2.00%
Chairman Jerome H. Powell
Central Bank of Turkey (TCMB)
Current Rate 17.75%
Chairman Murat Çetinkaya
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Mr Goldfinger
Mr Goldfinger 14 minutes ago
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Oliver fell .. Come on .. there is a silent economic crisis worldwide .. not only turkey .. yes you are right . Turkey probably got more trouble with the Iran sanctions but if a bubble will pop it will be everywhere because of the worthless dollar .. everyone is effected . Buy gold and put your savings under your pillow .
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Rajib Khaja
Rajib Khaja 21 minutes ago
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Two Critical Trading days are waiting for us.
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Oliver Fell
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Khalid arsenal, USD/TRY will hit 5 in the middle of July upon the exact fine for Halkbank is known. After that the floodgates are open. At which point it will be held will depend on how soon Turkey pens a deal with the IMF like Argentina.
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Khalid arsenal
Khalid arsenal 2 hours ago
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But i think it will recover a little aftee the election in july
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Oliver Fell
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Core inflation at 13%. Real inflation closer to 20%. Deficit of over 6% of GDP. Rising oil prices. Bond yields marginally better than Nigeria's and Argentina's (for now). The fine for Halkbank coming in July. Without mentioning any equally important political reasons, can't everyone see that the balloon is ready to pop? And if for investors this is a gamble and a game for ordinary Turks this is their future. Bleak and terrifying. If they do possess some self preservation abilities, they should hold their foreign currency and even buy more. Their livelihoods and the future of their children depend on it.
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Khalid arsenal
Khalid arsenal 2 hours ago
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What is ur view up or down i couldn't get it at all
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Khalid arsenal
Khalid arsenal 2 hours ago
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People are not crazy to trust try lol
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Anders Long Longterm
Anders Long Longterm 1 hour ago
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Well put. Good investment. Sad story for ordinary Turks
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Rajib Khaja
Rajib Khaja 3 hours ago
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Hahahah peace for some Over smart, Lira become crazy......
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Sina Ezam
Sina Ezam 4 hours ago
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4.9 again before election
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Khalid arsenal
Khalid arsenal 4 hours ago
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Lol no one knows and it is unlikely bro
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Rajib Khaja
Rajib Khaja 3 hours ago
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So how much did u buy #Ezam
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Miggy Paras
Miggy Paras 4 hours ago
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guys sell
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Fevzi Beler
Fevzi Beler 4 hours ago
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Murat Sayar @ Murat  There is an election coming, Election means uncertainty, it also means political instability due to comments that political parties use against each other,those comments puts pressure to the TRY,investors from oversees see this as an oppourtunity therefore TRY decreases against the dollar,
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Murat Sayar
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I appreciate your answer but with all my respect we've seen 4.00 rate towards end of March. Election anouncement is made late April. As I said before let's hope for recovery for TRY.
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Anders Long Longterm
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The problem is the economy and a complete political unwillingness to do anything about it. Do you think the outcome of the election(s) will bring order to this? I do not.
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Yamenhussen Yanni
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@ Murat, answering you questions why not now !! It’s because political uncertainty effect Lira as investors run from it in this condition but if Erdogan wins it means stability, and yes the high USD play a big roll in emerging market currencies but as you know lira had a biggest loss due to all of these elements came together, but turkey with high interest rates plus cooling down inflation plus no political uncertainty will bring investors back which will eliminate the account deficit too
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Anders Long Longterm
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The FOMC is likely to raise the rate 1-2 more times this year and continue doing so in 2019. When and where do you see the foreign investment flocking to risk in an increasingly downgraded EM market as Turkey’s?
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Anders Long Longterm
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Turkey’s
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Yamenhussen Yanni
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Well, it’s not confirmed 2 interest rates yet plus why don’t you think that TCB might increase 2 rates too ( no one knows ) , regarding investors, believe me they know that Lira now is very cheap and better investment than expensive dollar ( taking in consideration only if Erdogan wins not if he losses )
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Miggy Paras
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why are my posts being deleted?
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Nurettin Turan
Nurettin Turan 5 hours ago
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What is the closing price today? Take a comment ..!
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Yamenhussen Yanni
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Hi there, I don’t know how you guys think but TCB raised interest rates which will cool the inflation plus if Erdogan wins that means the political uncertainty is gone which means a much better Lira rates in my opinion we could see 4,2 and more if he wins , if he loses then we will go above 5 for sure gl
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Ceyhun Varol
Ceyhun Varol 5 hours ago
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No way we will see 4.2 man sorry, TR is not a well developed country to bounce back
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Murat Sayar
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What I want to comprehend from what and why you say is, if 4,20 is depending on continuation of current political power, it's already there now. Why is it then? And after all global movements around the world, knowing that this is an impact of global strengthening of USD, it's less related to result of elections. Whomever is elected, if amount of USD in Turkeys treasury hasnt increased or in a way didnt find a solution to need for USD there's not visible or understandable reason to see better parameters. This is valid for all emerging countries. Then again I'll cross my fingers for what you wish...
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Nurettin Turan
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upwards direction for the long term ... But now the market is very volatile ... the economy is vulnerable and open to external factors ...
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Moritz Nottrott
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Up or down after the elections? Last year after the referendum it dropped actually...
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Khalid arsenal
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Might drop 15 to 20 kuruş
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Onur Peştimalcıoğlu
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The parity in TR is not economical but more sociological. They can’t go to election with the current rate... They will release large chunk of USD to the market by tomorrow if not Friday.. Mark my words.. And it’ll go down to 4.6x-ish ... Might be 66-69 band... And proceed elections from that point... And it’ll skyrocket back in monday morning whatever the election results are .. Then might stabilize if election returns a win result.. If not expect well over 5.2x ... It’ll be a 2 weeks of market chaos in between 2 rounds...
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Abdul Samad
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any possibility for Lira to go back to 4.2 after the election ?
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Day Walker
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oh my god and you think you can trade USTDY , 4,2??? how will the election change the economic fundemntals ... i really am surprsied with you people
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Nurettin Turan
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it is not enough to read the chart, think like a market maker..!
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Anders Long Longterm
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It’s extremely unlikely for a foreseeable future. But with a new regime, sounds fiscal policies and an independent TCMB it is far from impossible within a year or two
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Solomon Lalani
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If Erdogan loves Turkey, he should withdraw from elections. Yes even at this last moment. But alas, he wouldn't
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Khalid arsenal
Khalid arsenal 8 hours ago
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What about ur 4.82 man it is no where near to that figures
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Rajib Khaja
Rajib Khaja 8 hours ago
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Your mind not working properly, you should take medicine. Who is the Paygambar here?
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Mert Özge
Mert Özge 8 hours ago
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Really, who is he?
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Nurettin Turan
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tunnel of fear now, there is roller coaster soon :)
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Khalid arsenal
Khalid arsenal 8 hours ago
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What u mean lol?
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bottom feeder
bottom feeder 8 hours ago
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Khalid arsenal that means he is usd/try long :)
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Nurettin Turan
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If it means no courage, no money ...
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Touria Boukil
Touria Boukil 9 hours ago
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Sad day for me I can't join the trades from turkey.
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Khalid arsenal
Khalid arsenal 9 hours ago
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Why
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Laurence Green
Laurence Green 9 hours ago
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This is now market fear of Erdogan
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Laurence Green
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TRY has disengaged with other emerging currencies today. They are all up and TRY is down. This is n
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Khalid arsenal
Khalid arsenal 9 hours ago
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Try is always down lol
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Khalid arsenal
Khalid arsenal 9 hours ago
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Laurence then it at least might not reach 4.8 today
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Rajib Khaja
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so we are going to see 4.82+?
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Khalid arsenal
Khalid arsenal 9 hours ago
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Solomon what now going down lol with ur 4.82
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bottom feeder
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Khalid arsenal yep rallies will be limited because people will use it to take profit ahead of major weakened risk.i don't think Ex CIA man Mr pompeo will instruct any US fine against Halk bank either during this week because that will be used my Mr E to rally support.
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Solomon Lalani
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I closed manually. Better to focus on other pairs today. I'll put one last trade on USDTRY on Fri just before market close. Will see then
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because we're live in Turkey and listen many news all the time. Yes erdogan win again but not legally way
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Vito Cor
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is it common or not, I am looking for the answer my friends?
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bottom feeder
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Vito Cor Turkey is not exactly middle east. people are Turks and not Arabic.people are so divided at the moment. some are religious and support Mr E. others want turkey to stay with Nato and stay aligned to west. stealing in turkey is common as any other country with similar wealth.no different. lot of tourist go there without any problems.
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Ceyhun Varol
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Rajib no point discussing with you, I am sorry for you man
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Rajib Khaja
Rajib Khaja 11 hours ago
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Good Morning Everyone Except one... Who are planning to buy and who are planning to sale ? but why?..lets talk about it......
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Khalid arsenal
Khalid arsenal 9 hours ago
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Haha
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today tested 4.8230 we will see...
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Rajib Khaja
Rajib Khaja 11 hours ago
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Yes if there is no pulling from behind........
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Laurence Green
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Turkey is different, however once Erdogan wins , this will be the last "free election "ever.
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Ceyhun Varol
Ceyhun Varol 10 hours ago
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Agree 100%
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bottom feeder
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oh well i think lira will strengthen or remain stable vs Euro until Friday ahead of major weekend risk event as people will take profit. lira trade will be election trade until everything is settled. people think Mr E is like Putin of Russia ie Mr E will not loose. But Turkey is different. Mr Ince may pull out a surprise. i will stay on the side line and watch for now.
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