Big news today:
-The Turkish sharply raises interest rates to 24 percent, stating that there was still an upside risk to the outlook from what it called a deterioration in pricing behavior, despite weaker domestic demand conditions. Economists had calculcated only with 22 percent
-Leading to that decision, Erdogan today critized the again for its mismanagement of the crisis, in the end still stating that the is independent
=> That's why, even though mainstream media is writing stuff like: 'Central Bank defies Erdogan', I don't buy this. I don't think the would've done this without 'green light' by Erdogan
-On other news: Erdogan has appointed himself chairman of the country’s sovereign wealth fund and completely changed its board, naming Finance Minister Berat Albayrak as his deputy, the country’s Official Gazette said on Wednesday.
-In a decision announced earlier on Thursday, he ruled that property sales and rental agreements must be made in lira, putting an end to such deals in foreign currencies.
This leads to much room for an equilibrium between the ranges of 6.8 and 5.68. Have fun watching! ;)
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