TRYUSD=X - TRY/USD

CCY - CCY Delayed Price. Currency in USD
0.1826
-0.0003 (-0.1662%)
As of 8:53PM GMT. Market open.
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Previous Close0.183
Open0.183
Bid0.183
Day's Range0.181 - 0.184
52 Week Range0.1414 - 0.2691
Ask0.182
  • Bitcoin trapped in tighter range than Mexican peso, Brazilian real and other popular currencies
    MarketWatch5 days ago

    Bitcoin trapped in tighter range than Mexican peso, Brazilian real and other popular currencies

    Bitcoin volatility has plunged to levels that in theory could push day traders to switch from virtual to tangible currencies.

  • Dollar ends on a high, as euro slips over ECB headlines
    MarketWatch11 days ago

    Dollar ends on a high, as euro slips over ECB headlines

    The U.S. dollar strengthens on Friday after its main rival, the euro, gives back earlier gains on reports that the European Central Bank was considering a new round of long-term bank loans.

  • Turkish lira weakens anew; haven currencies gain on rising political tensions
    MarketWatch21 days ago

    Turkish lira weakens anew; haven currencies gain on rising political tensions

    Haven currencies like the Japanese yen gain on Tuesday in response to geopolitical headlines troubling investors.

  • MarketWatchlast month

    Turkish lira spikes after reports say pastor Andrew Brunson set for release

    The Turkish lira surged during trading on Thursday, after reports said the U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson would be released soon, a move that could help defuse lingering tensions between Washington and Ankara. The Turkish lira spiked 2.3%, with the dollar buying 5.936 lira, Factset data shows. NBC News reported that the White House brokered a deal to free Brunson, according to senior officials briefed on the matter. President Donald Trump announced sanctions on Turkey in August after negotiations failed to lead to the pastor's release. The resolution of Brunson's detention could help ease pressure on Turkey as its policymakers battle an economic downturn.

  • Here’s why traders think the Chinese yuan could reach a record low against the dollar
    MarketWatchlast month

    Here’s why traders think the Chinese yuan could reach a record low against the dollar

    The pressure on China’s currency continues to mount as the world’s second-largest economy shows more signs of slowing and traders bet that the dollar will soon buy a record amount of yuan in the offshore market. As the country returned to work on Monday after the Golden Week holiday, the People’s Bank of China cut the Reserve Ratio Requirement, the percent of deposit liabilities owed to its customers banks are required to hold, for the fourth time this year. While that may spur banks to lend more, it sent the Chinese yuan (USDCNY)(USDCNH) another leg lower, moving toward its August low against the greenback and in sight of the psychological 7.00 level.

  • Canadian dollar lifted on last-minute Nafta deal, oil rally
    MarketWatchlast month

    Canadian dollar lifted on last-minute Nafta deal, oil rally

    The Canadian dollar powered ahead Monday after Canada and the U.S. reached a last-minute deal on the North American Free Trade Agreement and as oil prices continued their climb. The pending agreement allows Canada to join the accord reached by Mexico and the U.S. in late August, and comes just days after U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told Congress that the two countries were unlikely to meet the deadline for a pact. The Canadian dollar (USDCAD) took off on the news, with one dollar last buying C$1.2799 versus C$1.2911 late Friday in New York.

  • Erdogan: Trump is using 'trade as a means to achieve political goals’
    Yahoo Finance2 months ago

    Erdogan: Trump is using 'trade as a means to achieve political goals’

    Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan criticized the Trump administration at a Turkish-American business dinner.

  • MarketWatch2 months ago

    Turkish lira jumps as Pompeo says Pastor Brunson could be released this month

    The Turkish lira jumped versus the U.S. dollar on Monday after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told reporters that Pastor Andrew Brunson, who has been detained in Turkey, could be released this month. He is next scheduled to appear in court on Oct. 12. Brunson's detention on the grounds of terrorism charges created a diplomatic spat between the U.S. and Turkey. The pastor's story coincided with other issues that put a strain on the two allied countries' relationship, such as the dramatic sell-off of the Turkish lira earlier in the summer and U.S. import tariffs. The U.S. dollar last bought 6.0676 lira , a one-month low, compared with 6.2923 late Friday in New York. The lira also strengthened against the euro , its other major rival, which fell 3.7% to buy 7.1200 lira.

  • Dollar drops to 2-week low after inflation data
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    Dollar drops to 2-week low after inflation data

    The U.S. dollar weakens against many of its major rivals on Thursday following a lower-than-expected consumer price inflation reading.

  • MarketWatch2 months ago

    Dow jumps by 160 points in early trade, retakes 26,000 as trade-war fears appear to ebb somewhat

    U.S. stocks traded higher early Thursday as stocks climbed in apparent optimism centered on the prospect of fresh U.S.-China trade talks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 160 points, or 0.6%, at 26,159, with a gain on the day representing the index's longest string of wins since the four-day stretch ended Aug. 29 and a retake of the psychologically significant 26,000 level. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 index advanced by 0.5% at 2,904 and the Nasdaq Composite Index climbed 0.9% at 8,028, reversing some of the recent weakness in the technology-and-internet-heavy benchmark. A report late Wednesday from the Wall Street Journal said that the Trump administration is giving Beijing another chance to try to stave off new tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese exports. In economic data, the consumer-price index rose by 0.2% in August, its fifth straight increase. Economists polled by MarketWatch had predicted a 0.3% gain. Separately, jobless claims fell slightly in the latest week, holding at a 49-year low. Separately, Turkey's central bank raised its interest rates by 6.25 percentage points, with that move coming amid fears that a deterioration in the lira could result in a currency crisis that could spillover to the rest of the world. The rate hike was seen as possibly alleviating some of those pressures. Separately, the European Central Bank and the Bank of England kept their monetary policy unchanged.

  • MarketWatch2 months ago

    Turkish lira rallies after central bank lifts rates

    The Turkish lira rallies sharply on Thursday after the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey raised its one-week repo rate by 6 .25 percentage points to 24% from 17.75%. Market expectations for the policy update had been wide-ranging with no consensus. Still, Thursday's rate increase was was the higher end of any predictions for a rate raise. The CBRT cited "a more significant rebalancing trend in the economic activity," in its reasoning, adding that "external demand maintains its strength, while slowdown in domestic demand accelerates." The inflation outlook was also pointing at risks of price instability, the bank said in a statement, and "accordingly, the Committee has decided to implement a strong monetary tightening to support price stability." Turkish CPI last stood at 17.9% on an annualized basis in August. The CBRT has been closely watched since Turkey's currency crisis unfolded over the course of the summer, as market participants believe aggressive interest rate hikes could be one way out. However, the CBRT has been under fire from President Recep Tayyip Erodgan, who has been vehemently against higher rates. Earlier Thursday, Erdogan banned domestic sales and rental transactions in foreign currencies. The lira rallied versus its main rivals, the U.S. dollar and the euro, in response to the rate hike. One dollar last bought 6.1711 lira , down 2.7%, while one euro fetched 7.1806 lira , also down 2.7%.

  • Turkey central bank’s next move is anyone’s guess — and that leaves lira vulnerable
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    Turkey central bank’s next move is anyone’s guess — and that leaves lira vulnerable

    Ahead of Turkey’s central bank policy update on Thursday, market participants can’t find a consensus on what officials might do to stem Ankara’s currency crisis.

  • These 7 countries are most at risk of a currency crisis: Nomura
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    These 7 countries are most at risk of a currency crisis: Nomura

    As investors turn their attention to turmoil in emerging markets, analysts at Nomura revive an index they say has correctly signaled two-thirds of past emerging-market currency crises. Here are the seven countries they see most at risk.

  • South Africa’s unexpected recession adds to downbeat emerging-markets backdrop
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    South Africa’s unexpected recession adds to downbeat emerging-markets backdrop

    South Africa unexpectedly met a widely used definition of recession in the second quarter, adding to the woes that have been dominating emerging markets as analysts weigh the risk of contagion across the asset class.

  • Here’s why emerging-markets turmoil will continue to keep traders on their toes
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    Here’s why emerging-markets turmoil will continue to keep traders on their toes

    Carnage in emerging markets currencies cast a cloud over summer vacations. Here’s why the turmoil might continue.

  • Dollar index clings to monthly gain as traders focus on emerging-markets turmoil
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    Dollar index clings to monthly gain as traders focus on emerging-markets turmoil

    The U.S. dollar trades little changed on the final trading day of August, leaving a closely followed index clinging to a modest monthly gain.

  • MarketWatch2 months ago

    Dow skids to first loss since last Friday as report on China tariffs spooks Wall Street

    U.S. stocks posted their first losses in the past five sessions and the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq snapped a streak of 4 consecutive records, as a plethora of global worries buffeted equity indexes in the final week of August trading. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 index (SPX) declined by 0.4% at 2,901, while the Nasdaq Composite Index, which had briefly carved out an intraday peak, ended down 0.3% at 8,088. Both the S&P and Nasdaq halted their succession of record closes at four.

  • How Argentina’s peso plunge keeps emerging markets in the spotlight
    MarketWatch2 months ago

    How Argentina’s peso plunge keeps emerging markets in the spotlight

    Argentina’s peso plunges to a record low, extending losses despite a large, emergency rate hike, while Turkey’s currency troubles continue. While the currency problems are largely homegrown, they underline worries surrounding emerging markets, analysts say.

  • MarketWatch2 months ago

    Argentina hikes interest rate to 60% in failed effort to stem peso plunge

    Argentina’s central bank on Thursday delivers an emergency rate rise, boosting its benchmark rate to 60% from 45%, in an effort to stem the peso’s plunge. It didn’t work.

  • Musk makes major U-turn on future of Tesla
    Yahoo Finance3 months ago

    Musk makes major U-turn on future of Tesla

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  • More room for Brazil’s real to fall after hitting 31-month low, analysts say
    MarketWatch3 months ago

    More room for Brazil’s real to fall after hitting 31-month low, analysts say

    The Brazilian real fell to a 31-month low versus the U.S. dollar on Thursday after having trading down all week as political risk in the South American nation rose. But there could me much more pain in store for the real, as it hovers dangerously close to an all-time historical low against the buck.

  • Dollar slides as Trump talks Fed
    MarketWatch3 months ago

    Dollar slides as Trump talks Fed

    G-10 currencies see muted trade on Monday and a popular gauge of the U.S. dollar relinquishes some modest gains, as investors await an important central bank retreat in Jackson Hole, Wyo., later this week.

  • MARKETS: Draghi gets a bit hawkish after Turkey raises rates to 24%
    Yahoo Finance Video2 months ago

    MARKETS: Draghi gets a bit hawkish after Turkey raises rates to 24%

    Live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Alexis Christoforous to discuss the latest market moves.

  • MARKETS: Emerging markets are not in crisis mode but bear watching
    Yahoo Finance Video2 months ago

    MARKETS: Emerging markets are not in crisis mode but bear watching

    From the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre joins Alexis Christoforous to break down the latest market action.

  • White House reportedly rejects deal with Turkey over detained pastor
    Yahoo Finance Video3 months ago

    White House reportedly rejects deal with Turkey over detained pastor

    The White House has reportedly rejected a deal with Turkey over a detained pastor. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Rick Newman explain why the fight between the US and Turkey is likely to continue.