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The lira rebounded from a record low as some investors judged its losses excessive, while Turkey's bonds and stocks slid for the third day on concern authorities weren't prepared to act to avoid a hard economic landing.Yields on 10-year government debt jumped to an all-time high of 18.85 percent, taking increases in July alone to more than 200 basis points.It's this week's worst emerging-market performer with a 4.7 percent loss.The central bank has raised rates by 500 basis points since April to help stem the market rout in local markets, but investors remain worried policymakers are more keen to stimulate growth at the expense of stability.
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