Investors earn net 17.43 percent from Turkish stocks in 2010

Investors earned net 17.43 percent from Turkish stocks in 2010, according to stock exchange and market data AA reporters have collected.

Investors earn net 17.43 percent from Turkish stocks in 2010

Investors earned net 17.43 percent from Turkish stocks in 2010, according to stock exchange and market data AA reporters have collected.

Businessmen who invested in stocks at the Istanbul Stock Exchange (ISE) gained net 17.43 percent from their investments, whereas those who invested in gold, A type funds, bank interests, bonds and Swiss franc earned over annual inflation rate of 6.40 percent.

Gold investors earned 24-25 percent more than they had invested, while those who invested in foreign exchanges other than Swiss franc had lost around 2.69-9.63 percent in 2010.

The ISE National-100 index, which had closed 2009 at 52,825.02 points, rose to 66,004.48 points at the end of 2010. The annual rise in the index was 13,179.46 points or 24.95 percent.

The annual profit of gold, bank interests, bonds and bills, A type investment funds, Swiss franc and repo were over consumer price index around 6.40 percent, while those who invested in USD, Euro, British pound and B type funds were below this rate.

24-carat bullion's net yield was 24.87 percent, however the annual net loss of USD against Turkish lira (TL) was 2.69 percent and that of Euro was 9.63 percent.

The loss of British pound against inflation was 6.79 percent.

Moreover, A type investment funds yielded 11.06 percent of net profit to its investors in line with the rise in the stock exchange, but the net loss of B type funds was 1.77 percent in 2010.

The net yield of bonds was between 1.66 and 2.80 percent.


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