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Turkey Consumer Prices (Sep.)

The small (by Turkey’s recent standards) rise in inflation to 61.5% last month, from 58.9% in August, provides the first signs that the inflation spike is close to levelling off. But the central bank’s work isn’t over and we still expect a further 1,000bp of interest rate hikes by early next year.

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