ISTANBUL, June 26 (Reuters) - Turkish financial markets strengthened early on Friday with the main stock index breaking its 2009 record high as hopes of a fresh loan deal with the International Monetary Fund supported sentiment, dealers said. The lira traded firmer at 1.5420 to the dollar in early trade compared to a close of 1.5520 on Thursday. The benchmark Feb. 2, 2011, bond yield firmed to 12.06 percent, compared with 12.18 percent on Thursday. Investors are monitoring developments ...
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