The June futures contract was traded at 6,122.25 in the opening session, 0.9 percent above the previous normal session closing.

The index contract, which followed a buying course yesterday, closed the regular session at 6,065.25 points, 4.3 percent above its previous closing. The index contract continued to rise in the evening session, increasing by 0.9 percent to 6,118.00 points.

Analysts stated that a mixed course was followed in the global stock markets, with the strengthening of the rhetoric that the US Federal Reserve (Fed) could raise interest rates twice this year, adding that the domestic stock markets were positively differentiated.

Continuing his presentation at the US Congress yesterday, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell stated that the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) is generally of the opinion that it would be appropriate to increase interest rates again, perhaps twice, this year.

On the other hand, the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT), which announced its monetary policy decisions yesterday, increased the policy rate by 650 basis points from 8.50 percent to 15 percent.

In the announcement made by the CBRT regarding interest rates, “The Board decided to start the monetary tightening process in order to establish disinflation as soon as possible, to anchor inflation expectations, and to control the deterioration in pricing behavior.” statement was included.

Analysts stated that the foreign trade balance and economic confidence index in the country and the manufacturing industry and service sector Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) data to be announced worldwide will be followed today, and technically, 6.200 and 6.300 levels are resistance and 6,000 and 5.900 points are support in the index contract. noted that it is in position.

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