The currency was trading Monday at around 8.12 per US dollar, compromising about 12% from Friday. It had actually slipped even further versus the greenback earlier in the morning. The liras fall followed Erdogan dismissed Turkish reserve bank governor Naci Agbal by way of presidential decree early Saturday. Agbal had served less than five months on the task. He was replaced by Sahap Kavcioglu, a banking teacher and former parliamentarian for Erdogans ruling Justice and Development Party, understood as AKP.”The shock shooting of central bank chief Agbal over the weekend may deal a deadly blow to financier self-confidence in Turkey,” composed Win Thin, worldwide head of currency strategy at Brown Brothers Harriman, in a Sunday research note. In Agbals five months leading the main bank, he defended its financial reforms and independence. And simply 2 days before his firing, he hiked interest rates by 200 basis points to 19%, greater than expected. By providing that “hawkish surprise,” Abgals “days were numbered as he found himself at the getting end of President Erdogans ire,” Win wrote. “After gaining back financier confidence with a series of aggressive rate walkings, Turkey has actually snatched defeat from the jaws of triumph,” he added.Win stated that the fallout could even press the lira to 8.58 per US dollar, the all-time high, and may “even exceed it.”Erdogan believes in an unconventional approach to monetary policy based on keeping rate of interest low to avoid inflation. Kavcioglu, the newly selected head of the main bank, has protected similar techniques. He was a member of parliament in AKP from 2015 up until 2018, and composed columns for the pro-government Yeni Safak paper.”At this point, it does not matter who Agbals replacement is or what they state, as its clear that Erdogan is running the show,” Win stated.– John Defterios contributed to this report.