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Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's public feud with Turkey's judiciary and police over a corruption scandal shaking his government continued to weigh on Turkish markets Thursday, with the lira touching record lows.One of the main Turkish polls said Thursday that the AK Party has seen its popularity slip since before the scandal but remains comfortably ahead of the main opposition.The lira slipped slightly to 2.18 by 15:40 GMT from 2.17 late Wednesday, having touched an all-time low of 2.1980 earlier in the morning.
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