Turkish central bank reports $874mn outflow from equities and government debt securities

By bne IntelliNews June 25, 2015

The central bank said on June 25 that there was an outflow of $765mn from government debt securities in the week to June 19, after a total of $1.44bn outflows from the government instruments in the previous four weeks. The market value of non-resident investors’ holdings of domestic debt securities was $38.1bn as of June 19, according to data of the central bank.

The bank also reported an outflow of $109mn from Turkish equities last week that followed an outflow of $247mn in the previous three weeks. The bank calculates the market value of equities held by foreign investors at $51bn.

NON-RESIDENTS' HOLDINGS OF EQUITY AND GOVERNMENT DOMESTIC DEBT SECURITIES ($ mn)
(Market Value) 19/06/15 12/06/15 05/06/15 29/05/15 22/05/15 15/05/15 08/05/15 30/04/15
STOCK                
         EQUITY  50,962.6 49,592.5 51,328.2 53,193.1 56,601.4 56,131.1 51,674.8 53,722.6
         GDDS  (*) 38,125.2 38,522.6 40,060.9 40,691.5 42,539.4 42,226.2 40,214.5 41,739.5
            Repo 7,049.4 6,659.6 7,059.7 7,221.9 7,652.1 8,365.7 8,072.6 9,169.3
NET TRANSACTONS (Adjusted for Foreign Exchange and Market Price Effects)
         EQUITY -109.3 -24.6 -132.3 -89.8 325.7 8.9 -171.3 316.0
         GDDS (*) -764.9 -560.1 -113.9 -212.5 -552.2 101.5 -809.9 -14.7
             Repo 322.6 -241.8 -67.8 -150.8 -861.9 -75.2 -930.3 -282.4
source: tcmb

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