Bond Slump Sends Turkey’s Yields Up Most Among Peers in JulyBy and
Yield on 10-year lira debt jumps 45 basis points in month
Lira falls most after Colombian peso among developing nations
Declines in Turkey’s bonds in July drove yields to the biggest increase in emerging markets after a failed coup sparked a government crackdown and a credit downgrade by S&P Global Ratings sent the lira to a record-low.
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