World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey's Central Bank increased the year-end consumer prices index (CPI) to 7.31 percent.
Releasing the first term survey of expectation for October 2012 on Monday, the Central Bank increased the year-end CPI to 7.31 percent which had been 6.8 percent in the second term survey for September.
Meanwhile, year-end current account deficit, which was 62.23 billion USD in the previous survey, dropped to 61.64 billion USD.
Expectation for the year-end exchange rate dropped to 1.8022 Turkish lira.
Expectation for the year-end growth remained unchanged at 3.4 percent.
Güncelleme Tarihi: 08 Ekim 2012, 16:11