Historical record in the stock market – Dünya Gazetesi


While the BIST 100 index increased by 24.94 points compared to the previous close, the total transaction volume stood at TL 25.6 billion.

The banking index gained 1.03% and the holding index gained 1.82 percent. Among the sector indices, the main metal industry gained the most with 3.48 percent, and the most regressed was sports with 0.35 percent.

BIST 100 index, which completed the last week with records, continued its upward trend on the first trading day of the new week. While the BIST 100 index finished the day at 1,608.54 points by gaining 1.58 percent, it closed the highest of all time by exceeding 1,600 points for the first time in its history, and reached a record level with 1,609.07 points.

Analysts stated that the statements of the President of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) Jerome Powell and the President of the European Central Bank (ECB) Christine Lagarde will be the focus of the markets.

Stating that the data agenda is calm at home tomorrow, while the Producer Price Index (PPI) in the USA, ZEW indices and foreign trade figures in Germany will come to the fore abroad, analysts noted that the level of 1.620 in the BIST 100 index is technically a resistance and a support of 1.540 points. .


Source: Dünya Gazetesi by www.dunya.com.

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