(Updates with closing prices) ISTANBUL, Dec 23 (Reuters) - Turkish bonds eased on Tuesday in thin trade ahead of public holidays in much of the world while stocks edged up slightly following European bourse gains. The lira closed almost unchanged at 1.5170 versus the dollar on the interbank market with no incentives or market-moving domestic developments to fuel trade, recovering from early losses in the day. It closed at 1.5180 on Monday. The high-yielding currency has lost some 25 ...
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