The index contract for April delivery was traded at 5,713.00 in the opening session, 0.3 percent above the previous normal session closing.
The index contract, which followed a selling course on Friday, closed the regular session at 5,697.25 points, 1 percent below its previous close. The index contract partially compensated for its losses in the evening session and rose to 5,712.50 points.
Analysts reported that global stock markets started the new week cautiously as questions about when central banks will end interest rate hikes.
Analysts stated that today the housing sales and international investment position in the country and the New York Fed manufacturing index data in the USA will be followed abroad, noting that the levels of 5,750 and 5,800 are technically in the index contract, while the levels of 5,650 and 5,600 are in the support position.