ISTANBUL, Oct 30 (Reuters) - Turkey's main stock index eased off 5 week peaks and bond yields rose on Wednesday as investors feared any hint of future tapering from the U.S. Fed, while expecting no cuts in bond buying this month. The main Istanbul share index closed down 0.76 percent at 79,565.18 points, having reached its highest level in almost 6 weeks earlier in the session. It underperformed the broader emerging markets index, which rose 0.57 percent. The ...
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