ISTANBUL, Sept 25 (Reuters) - Turkish shares and the lira rose on Thursday in line with global market gains on hopes of agreement on the U.S. $700 billion bailout plan, with bonds boosted by a wave of buying by a foreign bank. Istanbul's main share index was up 0.8 percent to 35,456 points by 1300 GMT, after falling 0.8 percent a day earlier. The index has lost some 36 percent of its value this year on the back of political and economic concerns. The yield on the re-issued April 14, 2010 ...
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