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The Revival Of “Hyperinflated” Turkish Lira

The Revival Of “Hyperinflated” Turkish Lira

Inflation targeting is a successfully pursued monetary policy in countries who suffered high inflation for years such Zimbabwe. Turkey also set a new policy framework in purpose to lower the inflation and stabilize the currency rates. Under normal circumstances interest rates are expected to raised by the central bank provided that Turkey is an economy with a huge current account deficit and increasing inflation rate. Rising rates will both make Turkish lira more attractive to carry trade funds...

The Limits of Rationality in Monetary Policy

The Limits of Rationality in Monetary Policy

When your search for “central bank government pressure” on Google, the top three results are related to Turkey just hours before the monetary policy committee meeting to take place. Central bank independence has been one of the most important policies imposed by the International Monetary Fund in less developed countries since mid 90s. And so far stability in currency rates and lowering inflation has proved the success of the policy where they have been adopted, especially in Turkey...

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