ISTANBUL, Aug 22 (Reuters) - Turkish markets on Friday clawed back losses suffered earlier in the week, rising in line with global markets as investors found relief in a dip in oil prices. The lira firmed to 1.1835 against the dollar from the previous day's close of 1.1915. The yield on the April 14, 2010 benchmark bond fell to 18.68 percent from Thursday's close of 18.79. Shares on Istanbul's main index rose 3.35 percent on Friday to 40,894.27 points. Istanbul stocks had lost more ...
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