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Turkey's economy showed signs of adjusting after months of overheating, sending the lira to its strongest level since mid-August. A gauge of manufacturing in September contracted the most since the global financial crisis a decade ago, while Turkish exporters shipped more goods than ever for the month.Helped by a slump in imports of consumer goods that were made more expensive by the lira's decline, Turkey's trade deficit narrowed by 77 percent from a year earlier.Currency RallyThe lira gained as much as 2.5 percent to 5.9088 per dollar Monday.
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