Turkish inflation unexpectedly fell to 61.4% y/y in October and while we think inflation is likely to rise again in the coming months, the peak is probably not too far away. The central bank’s aggressive monetary tightening will help to tackle Turkey’s inflation problem and should result in a sharp slowdown in inflation in the second half of next year.
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