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31.3055 +0.1172    +0.38%
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Type:  Currency
Group:  Exotic
Base:  US Dollar
Second:  Turkish Lira
  • Prev. Close: 31.1883
  • Bid/Ask: 31.2840 / 31.3270
  • Day's Range: 31.2294 - 31.4549
USD/TRY 31.3055 +0.1172 +0.38%

USD/TRY Forward Rates

 
Find the bid and ask prices as well as the daily change for variety of forwards for the USD TRY - overnight, spot, tomorrow and 1 week to 10 years forwards data.
 NameBidAskHighLowChg.Time
USDTRY ON FWD312.9000359.1500321.8700348.0000-6.35004:32:53
USDTRY TN FWD332.4000349.8000890.0000324.1500-469.80002:28:47
USDTRY SN FWD968.61001032.3900968.61001032.3900118.110029/02
USDTRY 1W FWD1720.43013120.42992221.89992668.3999-642.73004:31:55
USDTRY SW FWD2221.89992668.39992221.89992668.3999-141.260029/02
USDTRY 2W FWD4168.93025768.93024666.89995334.7998-287.07004:31:55
USDTRY 3W FWD7069.29008019.29007161.00007919.1001-30.09004:26:49
USDTRY 1M FWD9422.879912922.879911020.250011288.2500-494.52004:31:55
USDTRY 2M FWD20340.230526340.230521591.800823028.1992-469.77004:32:48
USDTRY 3M FWD29727.169936727.171933677.199235286.5000-2754.67994:32:48
USDTRY 4M FWD44517.500049017.500044598.000048948.0000-59.96003:05:49
USDTRY 5M FWD57244.101661172.300857244.101661172.3008251.580029/02
USDTRY 6M FWD66175.656273175.656269027.601673146.9688-1843.83004:32:48
USDTRY 7M FWD81268.703185291.703181268.703185291.7031244.310029/02
USDTRY 5Y FWD93561.296998021.398493917.796997664.7969346.300029/02
USDTRY 9M FWD103090.5781111090.5781106643.5000108530.0000-3247.41994:32:48
USDTRY 1Y FWD136998.6875147998.6875142445.7031147401.9062-5282.41994:32:55
USDTRY 15M FWD173760.0000177480.5000173760.0000177480.5000-971.500029/02
USDTRY 21M FWD237466.0000242571.5000237466.0000242571.50000.000029/02
USDTRY 2Y FWD269458.0000279458.0000272217.9062276697.0938511.00004:28:51
USDTRY 3Y FWD364916.0000367916.0000366416.0000366416.00000.000029/02
USDTRY 4Y FWD425883.0000428883.0000427383.0000427383.00000.000029/02

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hen ryu
hen ryu Feb 28, 2024 12:29PM ET
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why never correction? hope back to 2 lira
Mc Kr
Mc Kr Feb 28, 2024 12:29PM ET
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Dwain Hobbs Feb 28, 2024 12:29PM ET
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2 lira per dollar will bring back the days of 4TL for a doner kebab and 1 TL for a Simit ,,, people will eat alot and get fat quickly and stop working , the economy will suffer and the dollar will go back to 31 tl ,, so the system hopes to keep the economy floating by overworking the people and saving money on health spending too , hence the continuous lira devaluation ,, there is always a positive side to the story :)
Naif Alsudais
Naif Alsudais Feb 27, 2024 7:45AM ET
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50 is coming
oscar manjo
oscar manjo Feb 26, 2024 10:38AM ET
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32 deal done 33300 loading
Lubomir Vangel
Lubomir Vangel Feb 26, 2024 9:16AM ET
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going down?
TRADER BORSA
TRADER BORSA Feb 26, 2024 5:07AM ET
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Turkish lira is overvalueted USD/TRY is 31,1204 now.
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TRADER BORSA Feb 25, 2024 6:03PM ET
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USD/TRY fair value is 45-50 becase central of Turkey bank print the more turkish money.In the Turkey,inflation is not decreased, I think that end of the year inflation is P-60, because. Central of Turkey bank is not increased enough policy rate , E policy rate is not enough. USD/TRY is 31,1026 now.
Can Seyidoglu
Can Seyidoglu Feb 24, 2024 7:30AM ET
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As the time passes this currency looks more and more like the Argentinian Peso
Juxta Posed
Juxta Posed Feb 16, 2024 4:10AM ET
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Update: I did some extensive research to include utilizing my vast connections in financing. In basic terms, this is how the KKM works. In that type savings account, the bank pays an interest rate as usual. At the term of that account the bank pays you the interest. If the TL devalues more than the interest earned, the bank also pays that difference. Simple example: A 3 month account at 40% APR interest is 3.33% a month or 9.99% on term. If the TL devalues by 10% over the course of that 3 month account, the banks still pays you the interest they owe you, plus the 0.01% difference backed by the KKM. So Turkey is only on the hook for that 0.01% difference which they pay the bank later maybe in the form of a bond. In the above scenario, the account holder makes 0% profit from the KKM as the Bank’s own interest rate payment covered the other 9.99% TL devaluation.
Martin Luther King
Martin Luther King Feb 16, 2024 4:10AM ET
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Talk about zombifying the banks.
Juxta Posed
Juxta Posed Feb 16, 2024 4:10AM ET
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Conclusion: The KKM savings account is only a guarantee against the TL devaluation… if needed. A person here was spreading false information, multiple times, that the KKM is paying huge guaranteed profits, just to make a comment. If there are / were huge guaranteed profits to be made, as he had stated, supporting data, info, anything should have been provided to support that position. Anything else is just talking shit… as usual.
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Juxta Posed Feb 16, 2024 4:10AM ET
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Martin... Not at all. Nothing really changed for the banks as they were already paying interest on savings accounts as business as usual. The banks would have realized more business because of the KKM accounts, therefore more deposits, more money to loan out at higher interest rates. win win. Further, the TL protection remains as an incentive to renew the account and keep the funds in place until the KKM has been completely phased out.
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Tamer Abboud Feb 15, 2024 4:59PM ET
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YBelgium bel Feb 12, 2024 2:37AM ET
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The big upmove started when Turkey did not join sanctions against russia. Clearly banks know that turks would attract russian money the mir failure is one of turkish worst economic choices they ever made it did cost turkey over 170B dollar. try wont recover from that erdogan needs to go outs and we need a turkish leader that is a less russian puppet
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doktor İguana Feb 12, 2024 2:37AM ET
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170B ?? l m not sure you may make mistake it is not true
 
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