In the opening session, the June futures contract was traded at 5,810.00, 0.2 percent above the previous session’s closing.
The index contract, which followed a selling course yesterday, closed the regular session at 5,796.25 points, 0.8 percent below its previous closing. The index contract rose to 5,800.00 points in the evening session.
Analysts stated that uncertainties regarding the US Federal Reserve’s (Fed) monetary policy in global stock markets made pricing difficult, and said that today’s intense macroeconomic data calendar is in the focus of investors.
The bill, which envisions a suspension of the debt limit until 2025 and limiting federal spending for 2 years, was approved by the US House of Representatives yesterday, while the bill must pass the Senate by Monday. He thinks the bill could pass the Democrat-controlled Senate today.
Analysts stated that today, the intense data agenda will be followed, especially the manufacturing industry Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) worldwide and the ADP private sector employment data in the USA, and noted that the levels of 5.900 and 6.000 are technically in the position of resistance and 5.750 and 5.650 points are in the support position in the index contract. .