According to data released by the Turkish Statistical Institute (Turkstat), the euro, a financial investment tool, yielded the highest monthly real profit in May with rates of 1.99 percent and 2.55 percent, according to the Domestic Producer Price Index (D-PPI) and Consumer Price Index (CPI) respectively.
According to D-PPI, the monthly real profit rate of the stock exchange was 1.08 percent. However, investors of gold (ingot), the dollar, deposit interest and Government Domestic Debt Instruments (GDDI) lost by 1.42 percent, 1.24 percent, 0.70 percent and 0.43 percent, respectively. According to CPI, the monthly real profit rates of investors of the stock exchange and GDDI were 1.63 percent and 0.12 percent respectively, while investors of gold (ingot), the dollar and deposit interest lost by 0.89 percent, 0.70 percent and 0.16 percent, respectively. The dollar made the highest real profit with rates of 3.82 percent, according to D-PPI and 4.04 percent, according to CPI, quarterly. In the same period, investors of the stock exchange lost by 4.39 percent and 4.19 percent, according to D-PPI and CPI. The annual real profit rates of the dollar were 18.90 percent and 17.17 percent, according to D-PPI and CPI respectively, however in the same period investors of the euro made the highest loss with rates of 3.51 percent and 4.91 percent, according to D-PPI and CPI.