By Seda Sezer ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkey’s central bank acted to support the lira on Tuesday and Turkish debt insurance costs rose, as markets – looking past data on faster economic growth – took fright at fresh police and protester clashes in Istanbul. Citing “excessive volatility … due to international and domestic developments during the last month”, the central bank said it planned short-term extra policy-tightening steps through open market operations. …
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