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Turkish Central Bank announces it will stop cutting interest rates

The decision could help stop rising inflation in Turkey, which is taking a toll on the economy.
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Turkey’s Central Bank said today that it will stop cutting interest rates. 

The bank’s Monetary Policy Committee said in a statement that it will keep rates “constant” at 14 percent, which it hopes will lead to less inflation in Turkey. 

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