Investing.com -The Turkish lira jumped on Wednesday after U.S. President Donald Trump said he was lifting sanctions against Turkey “unless something happens that I’m not happy with.”
Trump also said that Turkey said the ceasefire would be permanent.
Russia and Turkey agreed on Tuesday to create a safe zone on the border between Syria and Turkey.
The lira was higher, with slumping 1.3% to 5.7314 compared to 5.7673 earlier.
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