Turkey's Capital Markets Board (SPK) and financial crime board have also said they would take legal steps against those who spread misinformation about financial institutions and firms, or reports that the government would seize foreign-currency deposits.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the U.S. had seen "no evidence that Pastor Brunson has done anything wrong".
The current crisis was sparked by Ankara's refusal to release pastor Andrew Brunson, who is now under house detention on terror-related charges and espionage.
The White House said the newly imposed sanctions would take effect from Aug 13. "And we have our own telephone brands", he said in clear-worded remarks.
"In this case, it's the detention of an American pastor by Turkish authorities".
"But there will be a price [which] those who're waging an economic warfare against Turkey will also pay".
Lavrov says that Washington's policies will undermine the dollar's position as the worldwide reserve currency of choice.
Investors are anxious about a confluence of factors including Turkey's reliance on foreign loans, which become more hard to repay when the country's currency is plunging.
'They don't hesitate to use the economy as a weapon, ' he said.
The lawyer representing an American pastor held in Turkey has renewed an appeal for his release from house arrest.
He said the court had up to seven days to decide.
The imprisonment of United States pastor Andrew Brunson has weighed heavily on relations, leading to a series of escalations.
If convicted, Brunson faces a prison term of 35 years.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told reporters that the top US diplomat in Turkey would visit Brunson later Tuesday.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said his country will boycott USA economic products, after Washington imposed punitive sanctions on Ankara.
Apple, iPhone, and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the US and other countries. They have iPhones, but on the other hand there are Samsungs. He did not say when the boycott would start or how it would be enforced.
The move comes after the USA imposed sanctions on two Turkish ministers over the continued detention of an American pastor on terror-related charges, and President Donald Trump compounded the country's economic crisis by doubling steel and aluminium tariffs to 50% and 20%, respectively.
In a joint statement Tuesday, Turkish business groups called on the government to institute tighter monetary policy in order to combat the currency crisis.
The Turkish lira has nosedived over the past week amid concerns over President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's ability to deal with the turmoil and a diplomatic spat with the United States. Also supporting the Dollar was recently released economic data which showed core CPI making its biggest advance in a decade, rising 2.4% from a year ago.
It stabilized Tuesday with a rise of about five percent. Erdogan has ruled out an interest rate hike, which can slow economic growth, but analysts say one is urgently needed to stabilize the currency.
On Tuesday, the dollar tumbled more than 5 percent to 6.4591 against the lira after opening the day at 6.8839, and the country's benchmark stock exchange index BIST-100 surged by 1.1 percent.