The sensitivity to market index and non-systematic risk measurement of sector indices ın Borsa İstanbul
In Turkey, in recent years, capital market is constantly continued to develop in the Turkish stock exchange, representing the market index has reached very high levels. Market index, it changes in all the sectors of the same sensitivity reaction. The purpose of this study, Borsa İstanbul (BIST), the sector of the indices, the market index of the susceptibility of the measure, and in this way the stock market, investors are more informed about investing in the direction in order to provide important findings is to expose. For this purpose, using monthly data for previous years, beta coefficients of the sector indices representing sectors in Borsa İstanbul were calculated and evaluated and the findings are presented.
Volume (Year): 13 (2013)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
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