Earned the most gold in January

Earned the most gold in January

Turkish Statistical Institute announced the “real return rates of financial investment instruments” for January.

Accordingly, the lowest real loss in January was in bullion gold with 2.06 percent when reduced by CPI. When reduced by the Domestic Producer Price Index (D-PPI), gold bullion provided 0.35 percent profit to its investors.

When reduced by D-PPI, BIST 100 index lost 0.58 percent, dollar 0.71 percent, euro 0.78 percent, deposit interest (gross) 1.51 percent and government domestic debt securities (GDDS) 4.76 percent.

When reduced by CPI, BIST 100 index caused a loss of 2.96 percent, US dollar 3.09 percent, euro 3.16 percent, deposit interest (gross) 3.87 percent and GDDS 7.05 percent.

In the three-month evaluation, gold bullion became the investment instrument that provided the highest real return to its investors with 7.23 percent when reduced by D-PPI and 2.37 percent when reduced by CPI.

THE INVESTMENT INSTRUMENT WITH THE HIGHEST LOSSES: BIST 100

In the same period, the BIST 100 index was recorded as the investment instrument that caused the most losses to its investors, with 8.14 percent when reduced by D-PPI and 12.3 percent when reduced by CPI.

According to the six-month evaluation, while the BIST 100 index provided the highest real return to its investors with 1.76 percent when reduced by D-PPI, it caused a loss of 8.26 percent when reduced by CPI. In the same period, GDDS was recorded as the investment instrument that made the investors lose the most, with 28.45 percent when reduced by D-PPI and 35.5 percent when reduced by CPI.

When financial investment instruments are evaluated annually, gold bullion became the investment instrument that provided the highest real return to its investors with 22.25 percent when reduced by D-PPI and 6.93 percent when reduced by CPI.

In the annual evaluation, when discounted by D-PPI, investment instruments provide a real return to investors of euro 12.4 percent, dollar 11.03 percent and BIST 100 index 5.46 percent, while deposit interest (gross) is 20.98 percent and GDDS 48.25 percent. lost proportions. When reduced by CPI, the euro was 1.69 percent, the dollar was 2.88 percent, the BIST 100 index was 7.75 percent, deposit interest (gross) was 30.88 percent and government securities were investment instruments that made investors lose with 54.73 percent.



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