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The crisis of the Turkish lira?


Record the "fall" of the Turkish lira46

Record decrease of Turkish Lira was reached during recent days. Latest currency exchange rates have reached the following values: 1GBP – 3.21TL; 1 Euro – 2.69TL, and 1 US dollar – 2.05TL. Some economists unite in opinion that record decrease of the TL is the result of recent measures taken by US and Great Britain. The devaluation of the TL is causing financial harm to local residents that have taken loans in foreign currencies. According to Jim Rogers, an expert in the financial and investment fields, there is no specific reason for the fall of the Turkish Lira, and the currency will resume its place in the market. Foreign nationals and tourists that are spending these last months in Northern Cyprus are finding themselves in fortunate position, as they are changing foreign currency to Turkish Lira at higher rates.

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08.09.2013

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