The June futures contract was traded at 6,307.50 in the opening session, 1 percent above the previous normal session close.
The index contract, which followed a buying course on Friday, closed the regular session at 6,248.00 points, 3 percent above its previous close. The index contract fell to 6,247.00 points in the evening session.
Analysts said that global equity markets remained negative amid uncertainty over central banks’ monetary policies and heightened geopolitical risks.
Stating that this week, comprehensive data on spending and wages will be announced in the USA, as well as growth data, analysts said that the speeches of Fed Chairman Jerome Powell and the signals from the Fed minutes are expected to have an impact on asset prices.
Central Bank’s simplification policy
On the other hand, at the weekend, the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT) changed the Communiqué on Securities Facility as the first step within the scope of its simplification policy. Accordingly, while it was decided to reduce the security establishment rate from 10 percent to 5 percent, within the scope of the Communiqué, the security establishment rate was increased by 7 percentage points, 70 percent for banks whose share is below 57 percent, which is the lower share calculated for real and legal persons. 2 points discount will be applied for banks with or above.
Analysts stated that ifo business confidence indices in Germany and Dallas Fed manufacturing industry index data in the USA will be followed today, and noted that the levels of 6,400 and 6,500 are in the position of resistance and 6,200 and 6,100 points are in the support position in the index contract from a technical point of view.