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Turkish 12-Month Inflation Estimate Rose to 6.84 Percent

October 20, 2011

Oct. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Turkish forecasts for 12-month inflation rose to 6.84 percent in a fortnightly central bank survey of economists and business leaders, from 6.78 percent two weeks ago.

Inflation in 24 months time was expected at 6.28 percent compared with an estimate of 6.31 percent two weeks ago, the central bank in Ankara said on its website today.

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Aydan Eksin at aeksin@bloomberg.net


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