Published June 25th, 2019 - 02:30 GMT Turkish people gather to celebrate after the Istanbul mayoral elections re-run, at Kadikoy in Istanbul, on June 23, 2019. (AFP) The Turkish currency, the lira, has climbed some two percent against the US dollar as investors cheered an end to months of uncertainty over Istanbul’s mayoral elections. The lira had been struggling to maintain its value against the dollar amid internal political dispute and diplomatic tensions with Washington. Read More Turkey's Private Sector External Debt Decreases in April Turkey's Budget Posts $11.9 Billion Deficit, $62.3 Billion Revenues By Rahshan Saglam Via SyndiGate.infoCopyright © 2019 Press TV. All rights reserved. You may also like View the discussion thread. You may also like Subscribe Sign up to our newsletter for exclusive updates and enhanced content Subscribe Now LatestPopular Galatasaray to Face Club Brugge in Champions League Probe Finds beoutQ Used Arabsat Satellite Infrastructure Inaugural EDGA Dubal Finale Field Taking Shape Jordan: How Do You Deal With The Teachers Strike? ICE Inks $30 Million Contract with Israeli Phone Cracking Company Russia Warns of the Possibility of a Nuclear War Animal Rights Groups Hunt Evil Woman Stubbing Out Cigarette in Puppy's Eyes Fake or Real: What Are we to Make of The New Yellow Mountain Kingdom? Saudi Woman Challenges Social Norms and Walks Without an Abaya in Public Is Nadine Njeim's Marriage OK?!