In Borsa Istanbul, BIST 100 index increased by 0.75 percent, closing the day at 6,187.09 points, the highest daily and weekly closing of all time, and brought its highest level record to 6,223.26 points.
While the BIST 100 index increased by 45.94 points compared to the previous close, the total transaction volume stood at TL 99.1 billion.
While the banking index depreciated by 0.35 percent, the holding index gained 0.52 percent.
Among the sector indices, securities and investment partnerships gained the most with 4.67 percent, and sports with 1.63% declined the most.
While non-farm employment in the USA increased by 209 thousand people in June, which was below expectations, the unemployment rate decreased from 3.7 percent to 3.6 percent.
In pricing in money markets, it is predicted that the US Federal Reserve (Fed) will increase the policy rate by 25 basis points with a 95 percent probability at its meeting this month.
Analysts noted that although the non-farm employment data failed to meet the expectations, the labor market is still strong, and that Fed officials may be determined to maintain the tight monetary policy, and noted that the private sector employment data in the country was realized above expectations.
Analysts, who stated that there was a fluctuating course in the markets with mixed signals regarding economic activity in the USA, said that next week, industrial production, balance of payments, unemployment rate and market participants survey of the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT) market participants, Fed Beige Book report, USA He said that inflation, consumer confidence index, inflation in China and Germany, industrial production in the Euro Area and England will come to the fore.
Analysts noted that technically, 6,000 and 5,900 levels in the BIST 100 index are support and 6,250 points are resistance.
Economists expect the calendar adjusted industrial production index to increase by 1.44 percent in May compared to the same period of the previous year.
Economists, who predict that the unadjusted industrial production index will increase by 5.95 percent on an annual basis in May, expect the current account to have a deficit of 7.03 billion dollars in May.