Exchange rates started quietly the day after yesterday’s hike.
The dollar rate, which regained part of the decline at the start of the week, climbed back above 8.40. Today dollar / TL, 8.37; euro / TL is traded from 10.21 to 10.22.
Following faster-than-expected inflation in the United States, comments by some members to reduce their bond purchases in the FED minutes had a negative impact on the markets. “Some members said that upcoming meetings might be appropriate at some point to start discussing a plan to adjust the pace of asset purchases if the economy continues to move rapidly towards the committee’s goals,” indicates the minutes.
While US 10-year bonds tested 1.70 again after this move, the dollar index rose above 90 points.
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