The June futures contract was traded at 5,883.75 in the opening session, 0.4 percent above the previous normal session closing.

The index contract, which followed a selling course yesterday, closed the regular session at 5,861.00 points, 1.4 percent below its previous closing. The index contract rose to 5,884.00 points in the evening session.

Analysts stated that the risk appetite in global stock markets remained low before the presentation of US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell to Congress.

Although the bank left the policy rate unchanged last week, the guidance that interest rate hikes could continue and the Fed’s year-end policy rate projection as 5.6 percent included the possibility of two rate hikes until the end of the year.

Analysts, who stated that the uneasiness in the markets increased as the economic activity continued to stay warm in the USA, stated that the signals to be received from the statements to be made by Powell are expected to be effective in investor decisions.

Analysts stated that today, the capacity utilization rate and real sector confidence index in the country and the statements of Fed Chairman Powell will be followed today, and technically, 6,000 and 6100 levels are resistance in the index contract, and 5,800 and 5,700 points are support.

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