Global Yatirim Holding AS (GLYHO), a Turkish group with interests in financial services and energy, advanced in Istanbul after saying it received preliminary bids for minority stakes in its energy unit.
The shares added 3.4 percent to 1.21 liras at the close of trading, ending a three-day decline. The increase brought the stock’s quarterly gain to 12 percent, making it the best quarter since the first quarter of 2011.
Global received non-binding initial bids for stakes in Global Enerji Hizmetleri & Isletmeciligi AS and its related units and will start a due-diligence and bidding process for selected investors, it said in a statement to the exchange today. Raiffeisen Investment AG is advising, it said.
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