ISTANBUL, April 30 (Reuters) - Turkey's central bank revised up the lower end of its year-end inflation forecast range on Tuesday by 0.2 percent, citing higher core inflation indicators, but said lower oil price expectations would cancel out the impact.
Governor Erdem Basci said capital inflows into Turkey had accelerated in the wake of a stimulus package from the Bank of Japan and said Turkish monetary policy would remain flexible in both directions.
(Reporting by Can Sezer and Seda Sezer; Editing by Nick Tattersall) Keywords: TURKEY CBANK/
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