At the opening, the BIST 100 index rose to 5,515.87 points, gaining 127.07 points and 2.36 percent compared to the previous close.
The banking index increased by 1.33 percent and the holding index increased by 3.03 percent. Among the sector indices, the highest earner was transportation with 3.70 percent, and the only loser was sports with 0.38 percent.
BIST 100 index, which carried its upward trend for the fourth day in a row yesterday, gained 0.30 percent and closed the day at 5,388.80 points.
Analysts stated that global stock markets showed a positive trend, albeit limited, before the macroeconomic data calendar to be concentrated later in the week.
Although the uncertainties regarding the monetary policies of the US Federal Reserve (Fed) are decreasing day by day, it is seen that investors are cautious about pricing the steps to be taken next week.
Analysts stated that it is predicted that the Bank will keep the policy rate constant with an 81 percent probability in the pricing in the money markets, and said that the expectations for the final interest rate to be set at the level of 5.25-5.50 percent remain strong.
Analysts stated that the foreign trade balance in the USA will be monitored today, and noted that technically, the BIST 100 index 5.600 and 5.700 levels are in the resistance position, and 5.400 and 5.300 points are in the support position.