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Rising U.S. interest rates, the strong dollar, higher oil prices, China's market and economic wobbles and fears of a global trade war are conspiring to pressure emerging-market currencies.TurkeyThe Turkish central bank raised interest rates by 500 basis points since April to help stabilize the lira, which has shed almost a fifth of its value against the dollar as it plunged to successive record lows.MexicoMexico's central bank increased rates last week.ArgentinaArgentina's central bank raised its benchmark rate to 40 percent early in May to support the currency amid the emerging-market rout.
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