The April futures contract was traded at 5,694.75 in the opening session, 0.2 percent above the previous normal session closing.
The index contract, which followed a selling course yesterday, closed the regular session at 5,683.25 points, 0.2 percent below its previous closing. The index contract partially compensated for its losses in the evening session, rising to 5,689 points.
Analysts reported that global stock markets followed a mixed course as the uncertainties regarding the future monetary policy of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) increased again.
Stating that both the macroeconomic data flow and the statements of the Fed officials in the USA make it difficult for asset prices to find direction, analysts said that in the money markets, it is priced that the Fed will increase the policy rate by 25 basis points with an 87% probability at the meeting to be held next month.
The prospects for a 25 basis point rate hike in the July meeting, albeit with a low probability, are gaining strength day by day, raising question marks for investors.
Analysts stated that today, the housing price index in the country, the ZEW expectations index in Germany and the Eurozone abroad, and the housing starts and construction permits data in the USA will be followed. noted that it is in position.