Turkey's dollar bonds hit highest since August as rebound grinds on
LONDON, Nov 7 (Reuters) - Turkey's 2020-2030 dollar bonds hit their highest level since August on Wednesday, as a drop in the U.S. currency following midterm elections helped extend the recent rebound in Turkey's markets.
Ankara's 2030 bond got the biggest boost, rising nearly 1 cent in price in what looked set to be a fourth straight day of gains.
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