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Three-Month Turkish lira volatility gauges rise to one month high

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The three-month Turkish lira implied volatility gauge jumped to its highest level in a month on Tuesday after the lira weakened.

LONDON, July 28 (Reuters) - The three-month Turkish lira implied volatility gauge jumped to its highest level in a month on Tuesday after the lira weakened.

The gauge TRY3MO=FN rose to 12.5%, data from Fenics showed.

The lira TRYTOM=D3 slipped 0.3% against the dollar on Tuesday, its third consecutive day of losses.

(Reporting by Marc Jones and Tom Arnold Editing by Gareth Jones)

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