Turkey’s Lira continued its rebound, ending up 2.75%. The Dollar Index (USD/DXY) slipped further while the Aussie recovered.READ MORE
A slump in Chinese stocks on building worries about a slowdown in the economy outweighed a short-covering rally in the Turkish LiraREAD MORE
The Euro dropped to fresh 13-month lows as concern rose on European bank exposure to Turkey. Meantime the Turkish Lira rebounded off an all-time low of 7.24 to 6.35 lifting EM currencies.READ MORE
The Turkish Lira remained under pressure despite the central bank adding liquidity. There was more two-way trading, with the TRY 7% lower (USD/TRY 2.9300).READ MORE
Turkey’s crisis hit critical levels in its ongoing tiff with the US over a jailed American pastor in Turkey. USD/TRY finished up 15% at the New York closeREAD MORE
مدد الروبل الروسي انخفاضه بنسبة 1.4 ٪ بعد انخفاض الأمس بنسبة 2.7 ٪ عن إعلان العقوبات الأمريكيةREAD MORE
The Kiwi slumped 50 points immediately following the RBNZ Statement to 0.6699 from 0.6749 close in New YorkREAD MORE
Rising US-Turkey tensions have seen the Turkish Lira (TRY) sink more than 40% against the US Dollar this year.READ MORE
The Dollar Index (USD/DXY) slipped following weaker-than-expected July US Payrolls GainREAD MORE
The Dollar Index (USD/DXY) jumped past the 95.00 resistance level, ending up 0.54% at 95.17.READ MORE
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