The lira's value fell about 13 percent against the dollar on Friday.
The currency's drop - 41 percent so far this year - is a gauge of fear over a country coming to terms with years of high debt, global concern over President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's push to amass power, and a souring in relations with allies like the U.S.
American evangelicals have pressed Mr Trump for action on Pastor Brunson, who was held in prison for nearly two years but was recently moved to house arrest.
UBS chief economist for EMEA emerging markets Gyorgy Kovacs said a giant rate hike of 350-400 basis points would be "consistent with real rate levels that in the past helped to stabilise the currency" but warned a deal to normalise ties with the USA may also be needed. There are already ample signs that Trump's aggressive anti-trade rhetoric is dampening global economic activity as trade wars heat up and even risk morphing into currency wars. Import taxes for aluminum will be 20 percent.
Mr Trump said tariffs on aluminium imports would be increased to 20% and the tariff on steel imports will be raised to 50% as the Turkish Lira "slides rapidly downward against our very strong Dollar!".
Image: Donald Trump claimed 'relations with Turkey are not good at this time!'
Last week's freefall followed the United States doubling import tariffs on Turkish steel and aluminium.
The United States is the biggest destination for Turkish steel exports with 11 percent of the Turkish export volume.
But on Friday, there was another distinct element that made things worse: a tweet from President Trump.
The fallout from Donald Trump's trade war with Turkey - which has sent the country's currency plummeting - may lead to financial turmoil across Europe, experts fear.
The latest escalation came as Turkey's Economy Minister Berat Albayrak, who is Erdogan's son-in-law and a trusted lieutenant, unveiled what was touted as a new economic plan, pledging Central Bank independence, tighter budget discipline and sustainable and healthy growth. Regulators told industry executives to study the impact of interest- and exchange-rate shocks, with the findings to be discussed at the meeting, the people said.
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It's going to be easier and it makes the team go higher. "I relish every challenge, it doesn't matter what, I love to work". I know it's a great cup, it will stay in my mind, but I want to win all the trophies.
The nominally independent central bank has defied pressure over the last few weeks to hike interest rates in the face of high inflation and the collapsing currency.
Mr. Erdogan on Friday called on Turks to support their struggling currency.
"If you have dollars, euros or gold under your pillow, go to banks to exchange them for the Turkish lira".
In a separate opinion piece in the Turkish newspaper Daily Sabah, Erdogan's spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin said Turkey's efforts to solve the crisis with diplomatic methods have been dismissed by the White House, warning that Washington might completely lose them as an ally.
"They say we will not give this or that". These looming payments are one of the main reasons for the government's fragility, because a weaker lira makes that debt more expensive to pay off.
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Shares of trade-sensitive companies also declined, including Boeing, 3M and Caterpillar, which were all down at least 1.4 percent. The S&P technology index fell 1 percent, with Intel down 2.8 percent after Goldman Sachs downgraded the stock to "sell".
Next year, it also plans to start e-commerce so that customers in other locations can also start buying IKEA products. IKEA has recruited 950 employees for the Hyderabad store and 50 per cent of them are women in tune with its policy.
Bernd Leno is expected to be preferred in goal to Petr Cech , with Shkodran Mustafi and Sokratis the centre-back pairing. He has returned to training this week but it's unclear as to whether he'll start the match or be among the substitutes.
Sarri has quite a task on his hands getting this Chelsea squad up to speed and there were concerns heading into the match. Sarri has signed Napoli midfielder Jorginho in a £57m deal and England veteran Rob Green in the summer transfer window.
The clash that began late on Saturday was among the deadliest between insurgents and Jordanian security forces in recent years. Security forces had been deployed to protect the town's annual festival, which hosts prominent Arab music acts.
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Despite being down to ten men, the Blues came out of the half-time the better of the two sides and regained their lead. Jagielka took a big risk in his attempt to stop Jota bursting through on goal and ultimately it cost his team dearly.
Play resumed with England, 1-0 up in a five-match series after their 31-run win at Edgbston last week, yet to bat. The Delhi-born cricketer is presently playing the second Test of India's tour of England at Lord's.
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Turkey has since accused Mr Trump of enforcing "economic terror" on the troubled nation. "Confidence needs to be regained". Treasury Department sanctioned Turkey's ministers of Justice and Interior because of Brunson's detainment.
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No one made more in one stretch than Woods, who electrified the gallery with a 31 on the front to start his third round. American Gary Woodland was leading the field with a daunting clubhouse total of -10 but there were birdies to be had.
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However, the party is yet to nominate deputy speaker in the National Assembly and Punjab chief minister. The party needed the support of 172 lawmakers in the house of 342 to form the government.
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More recently, wages have risen more quickly than inflation but there have been signs that household finances remain stretched. The ONS also said that the economy grew by 0.1 per cent in June, down from a more robust 0.3 per cent in the previous month.
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The $1.5 billion craft will travel towards the centre of our solar system on a mission to discover more about risky solar storms. The spacecraft, which will plunge into the sun's atmosphere, known as the corona, is protected by an ultra-powerful heat shield.
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Those standings will finalize the eight automatic selections following the conclusion of the PGA on Sunday night. Still, Furyk said, "it was nice to get a chance to see both guys play". "He showed a lot of poise".
Sterling slide no longer a boost for Britain's FTSE 100
Barclays said Friday's GDP data showed that the British economy's second-quarter rebound only offset the first-quarter weakness. Sterling also hit a nine-month low against the euro, and was down against the yen and Swiss franc, BBC reported on Thursday.