Turkish Statistical Institute (TURKSTAT) announced the real rate of return of financial investment instruments in March 2017.
According to this; The highest monthly real return was realized in the BIST 100 index with the domestic producer price index (YI-UFE), 0.92 percent, and the consumer price index (TUFE) with a reduction of 0.94 percent. While the BIST 100 index was a one-month real-return investment instrument for investors, the other investment instruments were lost to investors.
When reduced by YI-UFE; 0.32 percent in the interest rate of deposits, 0,54 percent in the euro, 0.83 percent in the government debt securities (GDS), 0.93 percent in the dollar and 0.98 percent in the gold bullion. When reduced by TUFE, deposit interest rate was 0,27 percent, euro 0,52 percent, DIBS 0,81 percent, dollar 0,91 percent, gold bullion 0,96 percent investor lost.
The BIST 100 Index is assessed on a quarterly basis; When it is reduced by YI-UFE, it becomes the investment instrument providing the highest real return to the investor with 10.45 percent and 12.61 percent with the discount by TUFE. When the GDP was reduced by 3,76 percent by the YI-UFE, it was the investment vehicle that lost the most to the investor by 1,88 percent.
According to the six-month evaluation, 9.85% when reduced by YI-UFE, and 14.46% when it was reduced by TUFE. In the same period, DIBS was the investment vehicle that lost the most to the investor by the ratio of 11,40 percent when it was reduced by YI-UFE and by 7.68 percent when it was reduced by TUFE.