Turkish Markets Fall on Brexit Rout While Rate-Cut Bets UnwindBy
Yield on 10-year debt has biggest jump since January
Stocks fall most since November, lira exceeds 3 per dollar
Turkish assets slid after the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union roiled world markets and threatened to undermine the confidence of the international investors it relies on to finance its current-account deficit.
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