|Day's Range||6.301 - 6.257|
|52 Week Range||4.8726 - 6.25656|
Turkey’s central bank stepped in to mitigate the fallout from the steep depreciation of its currency on Friday, marking its second such move this week. The Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey Friday said it allowed the repayments of rediscount credits at a fixed exchange rate for the Turkish lira. The credits in question regard export and foreign exchange earnings services that were extended before Friday and are due by July 31, according to the CBRT’s statement.