ISTANBUL — The Capital Market Board of Turkey, after taking Gülen-Linked Bank Asya's shares in the stock market under the microscope, has come to a conclusion. On April 3, Bank Asya led Turkey in transactions with 236.2 million. That amount has taken a nosedive and is now at 22.6 million. The transaction volume has also taken a significant blow since April 3, dropping from TL398 million to TL37.5 million. Bank Asya's shares dropped to TL1.39 on April 1. The shares of Bank Asya has risen by 24% to TL1.72 in 2 days, however, after the precautions of the SPK they fell through the floor.