The Turkish Central Bank announced on Monday that banks would be given all the liquidity - help to keep money moving - they needed.
The visit came after Brunson's Turkish lawyer launched a fresh appeal to a Turkish court for his release. Yet he remained optimistic, saying "it is not at all like we sank and we are finished.The dynamics of the Turkish economy are solid, strong and sound and will continue to be so". Against a basket of currencies, the USA currency rose to 96.289 in European trading.
He said Russian President Vladimir Putin and Erdogan had also discussed using national currencies in trade.
"It's another Manic Monday", said Jordan Rochester, a currency strategist at Nomura International in London.
Moves to ease Turkey's economic woes have failed to stop market turmoil as the country's row with the USA deepens.
The Turkish envoy conveyed the message the pressure and threats would only lead to a "chaos" in relations which could only improve after Washington abandons the language of "threats", said Turkey's foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
The lawyer representing an American pastor held in Turkey has renewed an appeal for his release from house arrest.
Erdoğan also said that the USA stabbed Turkey in the back, three days after he sought to bolster ties with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Disputes with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally the United States have also contributed to the lira's plunge.
On August 10, Trump announces he has doubled steel and aluminium tariffs on Turkey to 50 percent and 20 percent respectively.
If convicted, Brunson, the pastor, faces a prison term of 35 years. "This is called carrying out an operation against Turkey", he told reporters on Sunday, Aug. 12.
Turkey's president appeared to escalate a dispute with the United States that has helped foment a Turkish currency crisis, claiming Tuesday that his country will boycott US -made electronic goods.
"If they've got iPhone, there is Samsung on the other side". He suggested Turks would buy local or Korean phones instead of USA -made iPhones, though it was unclear how he meant to enforce the boycott.
Even more, Trump's direct reference to the Turkish lira sent the currency tumbling.
On Tuesday Turkey announced a boycott on USA electronics in response.
Turkey's influential business groups have called on the government to implement tighter monetary policy to help overcome the country's currency crisis.
"We (also) have our Venus and Vestel", Erdogan said about homegrown Turkish electronics brands.
Instead, he says "the United States has repeatedly and consistently failed to understand and respect the Turkish people's concerns".
On another day of turmoil on financial markets, the Turkish currency plunged to a record low against the pound, taking its losses this year to 43 per cent.
In an interview with Hurriyet newspaper published online, Albayrak described the lira's weakness as "an attack", echoing President Tayyip Erdogan - who is his father-in-law - but he said Turkey's action plan was ready.
After free-falling on Monday, Turkey's already troubled lira began showing signs of stabilizing on Tuesday, climbing 5 percent.
The currency has nosedived over the past week, accelerating a months-long decline that has seen it drop 45 percent this year.