Turkey Issues Arrest Warrant For Second US Consulate Worker, Lira Plunge Accelerates

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Turkey Issues Arrest Warrant For Second US Consulate Worker, Lira Plunge Accelerates
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The market reaction to the rising diplomatic tensions has been dramatic, sending the Turkish lira crashing the most since the July 2016 failed "coup" attempt on Turkey's president Erdogan, while local stocks and bonds tumbled in sympathy, the local Borsa Istanbul 100 index sliding, and now in correction territory having dropped more than 10% from its late August peak. The news of the second arrest have led to some further weakness in the Lira this morning, which crashed to a record low against a basket of currencies including the euro and the dollar.

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