Historical record from Borsa İstanbul | Stock Market News

Borsa Istanbul 100 index completed the day at 1.565.01 points with an increase of 0.53 percent, making the highest closing of all time, and saw the record level with 1.578.30 points.

While the BIST 100 index increased by 8.24 points compared to the previous closing, the total transaction volume was 34.3 billion liras. The banking index gained 0.33 percent and the holding index gained 1.40 percent. Among the industry indices, informatics gained the most with 2.21 percent, and sports was the most losing with 3.73 percent.

While the BIST 100 index completed the day at 1.565.01 points with an increase of 0.53 percent, it reached the highest closing of all time, and reached a record level with 1.578.30 points.

Analysts said that despite the rise in the number of cases and deaths in the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) epidemic worldwide, Janet Yellen, who is expected to be the Treasury Minister in the USA, said that the risk appetite in global markets increased relatively.

Reminding that the financial results of the companies in the US for the fourth quarter were announced, analysts said that the realizations in the balance sheets could have an impact on the direction of the markets.

Indicating that the markets are focused on the inauguration ceremony of Joe Biden, who is elected to the US Presidency, analysts stated that the data agenda is calm at home, inflation in the Eurozone and the speech of the Bank of England (BoE) President Andew Bailey will be followed abroad.

Analysts noted that the BIST 100 index is technically at the resistance level of 1.590 and the support of 1.500.


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