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Turkey Clings to World’s Most Negative Real Rates With Pause

  • Central bank keeps benchmark rate at 14% for seventh month
  • Decision defies global trend toward more aggressive tightening
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Turkey’s central bank left interest rates unchanged for a seventh month in anticipation that its fringe measures will be enough to reverse a steep decline in the lira and hold back spiraling prices.