Turkey shifts currency to please its creditors

Turkey readjusted its lira against major world currencies Wednesday to appease Western creditors. The Central Bank devalued the lira by 5 percent against the US dollar, to which it is pegged, and by lesser amounts against other currencies. It revalued the lira upward against a few currencies, including the West German mark and the Swiss franc.

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