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  • Greek PM Misotakis says Turkey has not fundamentally changed and that sanctions will be imposed if Ankara returns to an aggressive attitude towards it and Cyprus.
    • Says this is why Greece has extended a hand in friendship, but also have a set of restrictive measures prepared
  • Iraq-Turkey crude pipeline was knocked out by an explosion this morning, adding upside pressure to oil prices.
    • Operator Botas said the fire was out, cooling operations underway and would reopen once necessary measures had been taken. The pipeline provides 450k bbls/day
  • Cattle breeders’ association warns against possible shortages in meat and milk. “As of April, shortages will start,” he says.
    • “The products will be so expensive that people won’t be able to buy them. Prices may increase by 30%, 40%.”
  • Yesterday, Erdogan alluded to a return to gradual rate cuts. “The exchange rate, this interest rate will fall slowly, gradually without hurry to make 2022 our brightest year.
    • We are continuing efforts for additional initiatives to increase interest in the lira”
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