Turkey’s credit rating was cut further into junk Friday by S&P Global Ratings and Moody’s Investors Service.
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Turkey has slapped an additional tax on imports of a broad range of American goods.
Businesses called on the government to cut spending, improve ties with the European Union, bring to an end the spat with the U.S.
Turkish policy makers made their first move to bolster the financial system and investor confidence amid a plunge in lira.
Despite a crumbling Lira in Turkey’s economic crisis, Erdogan showed no signs of meeting Trump’s condition for mending ties.
Trukey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan lashed out at the United States, threatening to find new alliances and new markets.
As Turkey crisis deepens, bankers are set to review the impact of shocks.
The lira plunged as much as 17 percent on Friday alone, bringing its loss for the year to 42 percent.
Bankers and traders are starting to talk about the need for an International Monetary Fund rescue for Turkey.
Lira had initially pared losses after the government set a growth target of less than 4 percent before falling again.
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