Inflation in Turkey fell to 55.2% y/y in February, but underlying price pressures remain strong and the disinflation process appears to be happening more slowly than had been expected. Inflation will stay high while monetary policy remains so loose and the economy continues to run hot. Even so, this is unlikely to stop the central bank cutting interest rates again at its meeting this month (to 8.00%).
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