Foreign investors' Turkish bond holdings fell by USD 1.11 in the week ending January 10 , data of the Central Bank showed on Thursday. Foreign investors were holding USD 50.36bn worth of Turkish bonds as of January 10 . Outflows from Turkish bonds amounted to USD 4.8bn between January 10, 2014 and December 13, 2013 just before the corruption scandal erupted. Foreign investors' Turkish bond holdings were standing at USD 60.5bn as of October 25, 2013 . Data on the Central Bank's website also show that foreign investors' holdings of Turkish equities fell by USD 3.3mn to USD 54.15bn in the week ending January 10 . Foreign investors were holding USD 59.72bn worth of Turkish equities on December 13 .
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