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Type:  Currency
Group:  Exotic
Base:  US Dollar
Second:  Turkish Lira
  • Prev. Close: 18.8031
  • Bid/Ask: 18.8098 / 18.8136
  • Day's Range: 18.7929 - 18.8211
USD/TRY 18.8117 +0.0086 +0.05%

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Turkish Central Bank Cuts Rate to 9% and Ends Easing Cycle
Turkish Central Bank Cuts Rate to 9% and Ends Easing Cycle By Bloomberg - Nov 24, 2022

(Bloomberg) -- Turkey’s central bank said it’s ending its monetary easing cycle after bowing to a call by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to take interest rates into single digits by the end of the...

Turkish Inflation Tops 85% In Likely Peak for This Year
Turkish Inflation Tops 85% In Likely Peak for This Year By Bloomberg - Nov 03, 2022

(Bloomberg) -- Turkish annual inflation accelerated for the 17th month in a row in October, driven by a surge in food prices and high energy costs to its likely peak during President Recep Tayyip...

Turkish Inflation Rate Rises to Highest Since 1998
Turkish Inflation Rate Rises to Highest Since 1998 By Investing.com - Oct 03, 2022 2

By Scott Kanowsky  Investing.com -- The rate of inflation in Turkey rose to its highest mark since 1998 in September, according to data from the Turkish Statistical Institute, extending a recent...

Turkish Lira Weakens to Record Low Ahead of Rates Meeting
Turkish Lira Weakens to Record Low Ahead of Rates Meeting By Bloomberg - Sep 22, 2022

(Bloomberg) -- Turkey’s lira tumbled to a record low ahead of the central bank’s rates meeting later on Thursday, with some analysts expecting another cut following August’s surprise reduction.  The...

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Mahmut Subasi
Mahmut Subasi 20 hours ago
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Now rates can be set to higher within kkm. This will stop people buying usd directly for sure
Juxta Posed
Juxta Posed 7 hours ago
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How so?
Flavio Man
Flavio Man Jan 25, 2023 9:34PM ET
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Next leg to 21
Çağdaş Şimşek
Çağdaş Şimşek Jan 24, 2023 3:15AM ET
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As a paid engineer, my income increased less than 60%, but everytjing in the market quadrupled.
Dwain Hobbs
Dwain Hobbs Jan 24, 2023 3:15AM ET
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Unskilled Turkish labour working in Africa are probably sending their savings back home whilst local skilled labour are scraping for a living ,, world becoming upside down .. immigration time i guess ?
Juxta Posed
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Words of the Day: Probably and Guess. Good words to use when you want to make a comment… just to make a comment. Any info on If or Why unskilled Turks are going to Africa to work for less pay than the barely surviving skilled native workers, then survive on that pay and have enough to send back home, and / or in numbers that would suggest immigration anything. Probably.. no wait… I guess.. nope that’s not it… Ah ha.. Maybe.. that’s the magic sauce. Maybe I will comment about how much I miss bacon next… Maybe…
Muhannad Ahmad
Muhannad Ahmad Jan 23, 2023 8:46AM ET
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been living in turkey for the past 4 months . i confirm that old cars price are doubled if not tripled.. everything strange ... they are abusing the situation for Ukrainian and Russian and the apartment rental and selling prices is 3 times more ... people continue living but I can't understand how yet
Dwain Hobbs
Dwain Hobbs Jan 23, 2023 8:46AM ET
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I’ve actually looked at property prices recently ,, they have certainly shot up in the last 9 months , i know Russians buying could be a factor but i think the rest is just owners and agents driving prices high with little sales going on ..
Nicholas Chan
Nicholas Chan Jan 20, 2023 6:09AM ET
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Anyone living in Turkey can give me an idea of what the actual inflation/yr like there?
doktor İguana
doktor İguana Jan 20, 2023 6:09AM ET
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İnfation was%122 Last year because the goverment tax fee ratio rise up %122
Nicholas Chan
Nicholas Chan Jan 20, 2023 6:09AM ET
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How on earth can a country actually withstand a 122% inflation and not collapsed yet?? I guess touching TRY is an absolute no no for me then.
post blue
post blue Jan 20, 2023 6:09AM ET
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Nicholas Chan  yep don't buy try. it's like a bomb waiting to explode. devaluation on the way.
Murat Gerekirmi
Murat Gerekirmi Jan 20, 2023 6:09AM ET
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200 at least
Nicholas Chan
Nicholas Chan Jan 18, 2023 11:50PM ET
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Can someone who lives in Turkey confim what the inflation there is like? Are we talking about 15-20% inflation/yr or somewhere like 70-85% inflation/yr ?? Thanks
Al Sat
Al Sat Jan 18, 2023 11:50PM ET
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Stick to the ENAGrup consumer price index, which provides more accurate figures because the state-run TÜİK reports incorrect figures from the government. The real chaos is likely to be unleashed by the opposition after the elections, if they win, and the real national debt
Juxta Posed
Juxta Posed Jan 18, 2023 11:50PM ET
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Nicholas Chan... Are you trading or looking to trade TRY?
heat ofmiami
heat ofmiami Jan 18, 2023 11:50PM ET
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it may even more than the figure you've given.
Nicholas Chan
Nicholas Chan Jan 18, 2023 11:50PM ET
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@Juxta Posed I am looking trade TRY but only if the inflation is not something like 70-80%.
Yi Zee
Yi Zee Jan 17, 2023 6:46AM ET
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USDTRY x 10 approx= USDTRYwithout Saudi & Qatar $billions, where would TRY be? OR what did Turkiye promise to Qatar & Saudi ?
Juxta Posed
Juxta Posed Jan 17, 2023 6:46AM ET
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Yi Zee... What Saudi+Qatar money are you referring to.... again.
Zeynettin Karabiber
Zeynettin Karabiber Jan 17, 2023 6:46AM ET
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it's not that big money bro, when the current president changes you will see how USDTRY flows down again. It's not on its right value :)
Yi Zee
Yi Zee Jan 13, 2023 11:07AM ET
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USDTRY has surpassed (gotten weaker than) USDMXN
Özlem Yücel
Özlem Yücel Jan 13, 2023 10:15AM ET
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Usdtry is a meme. Even dxy doesn't effect this parity..When xu100 down by 7 percent usdtry be like "so what karaboga?"
Al Sat
Al Sat Jan 11, 2023 7:03PM ET
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+30 TL in 5 Months sure
Al Sat
Al Sat Jan 11, 2023 7:03PM ET
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The taxes are crushing the citizens Erdoğan is finished
Juxta Posed
Juxta Posed Jan 11, 2023 7:03PM ET
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Great. Another Update I get to do in June. It will look like this. Update forAl Sat… 5 months later and not +30TL. Then I get to do it again in July, Aug, Sept etc;.
Martin Luther King
Martin Luther King Jan 11, 2023 7:03PM ET
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Yeah. 18+ levels were unthinkable back in 2021 and of course 7+ levels were so back in 2018. Look who's laughing today.
Al Sat
Al Sat Jan 11, 2023 7:03PM ET
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I hope that you will still remember it in 5 months. I stand by my predictions
Juxta Posed
Juxta Posed Jan 11, 2023 7:03PM ET
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Martin... You've been in mothballs since Feb last year and going to jump back in like you know something. The crystal ball guess comment was about 5 months from now, not 2 years or 5 years. There is no pandemic, inflation cooling, energy prices down, tourist season will be returning to more normal. This is data to swing a bat with. All you got is some history that doesn't have to do with now... a swing and a miss. Listen to this... Ha ha ha woop woop hee hee hee... That was me… who is laughing now.
 
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