Turkey’s central bank governor calls it quits.

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Turkey’s central bank governor, Naci Agbal, has resigned from his position and pointed to a campaign against her as the reason behind her departure. The move comes after Agbal was appointed only four months ago to help stabilize the country’s struggling economy. Agbal is known for his commitment to maintaining the independence of the central bank and his efforts to combat inflation. His resignation has raised concerns about the future direction of Turkey’s monetary policy and the possibility of further political interference in the central bank. The Turkish lira has already experienced significant volatility following the news of Agbal’s resignation.

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