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punk rocker


Joined: 24/07/2008
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Message Posted:
30/12/2008 08:56

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Lira standing this morning at 2.1875 to the a sign of the times perhaps ?



deecyprus4


Joined: 27/07/2008
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Message Posted:
30/12/2008 09:14

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they keep worrying about the lira its the pound thats in trouble



dixie normus


Joined: 22/02/2008
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Message Posted:
30/12/2008 11:22

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Many on this board were bleeting on about how the Lira was unstable and not to put all your eggs in one basket, wise advise, just glad I top loaded my ytl account. You can forget about the abroad for the next 18 months, not good news for folk receiving a Uk paid pension and living in the TRNC or anywhere in the Euro zone. Just hope Ytl interest rates remain stable and no doubt property sales will drop the in favor of the Euro in the near future, turmoil ahead for those living in the TRNC and hav'nt ditched there s already.



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Steve1953



Joined: 04/12/2008
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Message Posted:
30/12/2008 12:00

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Strong rumours that the turkish lira was about to devalue about a month ago - any news on this?Steve



ronaldo


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Message Posted:
30/12/2008 12:24

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Pounds been here before! Have faith all you worries out there. Just ask your boss for a fifty percent pay rise ?LOL



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