This week, Borsa Istanbul, gold, and the dollar yielded positive returns

Turkish financial markets have overcome a turbulent period. The appointment of Mehmet Şimşek as the captain of the economy triggered a wave of activity, with Borsa Istanbul being the biggest gainer.

The increase in the exchange rate of the dollar also had an upward impact on the gold markets. Both the dollar and gold became favorable investment instruments, bringing a smile to the faces of investors.

The BIST 100 index in Borsa Istanbul ended the week with a gain of 10.00%, closing at 5,626.49 points.

During the week, the index reached its lowest point at 5,204.48 and its highest point at 5,639.23.

During the same period, the Borsa Istanbul Financial Index increased by 8.32% to reach 5,324.05 points, the Services Index gained 9.94% to reach 4,764.60 points, the Industrial Index gained 8.46% to reach 9,080.93 points, and the Technology Index increased by 10.69% to reach 5,496.97 points.

This week, among the stocks included in the BIST 100 index on Borsa Istanbul, Koç Holding had the highest increase with a gain of 28.70%. It was followed by Fenerbahçe Futbol AŞ with a gain of 28.23% and Pegasus Hava Taşımacılığı with a gain of 25.15%.

On the other hand, the stocks that experienced the highest losses among these were Kiler Holding with a decrease of 6.41%, Smart Güneş Teknolojileri with a decrease of 6.24%, and Girişim Elektrik Sanayi with a decrease of 3.87%.

The most valuable companies whose shares are traded on Borsa Istanbul were Sasa Polyester with 347 billion 150 million Turkish liras, Koç Holding with 262 billion 719 million Turkish liras, and Turkish Airlines with 244 billion 122 million Turkish liras.

Gold increased by 11.8%

The gram selling price of 24-carat gold bullion increased by 11.82% this week, reaching 1,476 Turkish liras. The selling price of Cumhuriyet gold also increased by 11.82% to 9,889 Turkish liras.

The selling price of the dollar increased by 11.86% to 23.3610 Turkish liras, and the selling price of the euro increased by 11.98% to 25.1360 Turkish liras.

The selling price of the British pound, which was 26.4900 Turkish liras last week, increased by 11.00% to 29.4040 Turkish liras this week.

The Swiss franc found buyers at 25.9140 Turkish liras, experiencing an increase of 11.17% compared to the previous week.

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