Turkey’s central bank stuck to the course today as it delivered another 500bp interest rate hike, to 35%. A few more large hikes are likely to be delivered in the coming months too, which should help to turn real interest rates positive before the end of next year and achieve a material improvement in Turkey’s macro imbalances.
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