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Turkey Consumer Prices (May)

The stronger-than-expected rise in Turkish inflation to 75.45% y/y in May (consensus 74.8%) is slightly disappointing. It had looked like price pressures were easing in recent months, but the 3.4% m/m increase in May was higher than in both March and April. 

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