Central bank

Central Bank intervenes in ‘unhealthy’ FX pricing

The Turkish Central Bank intervened in foreign exchange markets for a third time this month on Dec. 10, citing "unhealthy price formations."

"The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey directly intervenes in the market via selling transactions due to unhealthy price formations in exchange rates," said the bank.

Turkish Central Bank lowers interest rate to 18 pct

Turkey's Central Bank on Sept. 23 lowered its one-week repo rate - also known as the policy rate - by 100 basis points to 18 percent.

The Monetary Policy Committee at its ninth meeting this year evaluated core inflation and supply shocks which can be affected by monetary policy, and decided to revise the bank's monetary policy stance.

Central Bank reserves top $120 bln, 1st time since November 2016

The Turkish Central Bank's total reserves rose by $944 million to hit $120.1 billion last week, for the first time since November 2016.

According to weekly money and bank statistics published by the bank, the gross foreign exchange reserves increased by $1.6 billion to $79.6 billion on Sept. 10, from $78.5 billion on Sept. 3.

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