At the opening, the BIST 100 index rose to 7,652.36 points, with an increase of 51.71 points compared to the previous close and gaining 0.68 percent.

The banking index increased by 1.08 percent and the holding index increased by 0.72 percent. Among the sector indices, financial leasing factoring was the highest earner with 2.55%, and sports with 0.49 percent lost the most.

BIST 100 index in Borsa Istanbul, which was followed by buyers led by bank shares yesterday, completed the day at 7,600.65 points with a value gain of 2.54 percent, while achieving the highest daily closing of all time, it brought its highest level record to 7,644.59 points.

While global markets followed a mixed course with concerns about monetary policies around the world, eyes were turned to the inflation data to be announced in the USA today.

According to the pricing in the money markets, while it is predicted that the Fed will most likely not change the policy rate, it is stated that the inflation data to be announced in the USA today may increase the volatility in the said pricing.

On the other hand, in the evaluation of the credit rating agency Moody’s on Turkey yesterday, it was stated that if the new economic policies are maintained and the risks are reduced, the outlook may turn positive and the rating increase may be brought to the agenda.

In the assessment, it was noted that the return to orthodox policies in Turkey took place faster than expected, and it was reported that this situation increased predictability.

Analysts stated that these developments are positive in terms of Turkish lira assets and they are expected to support the foreign interest that has started to recover recently.

Analysts stated that today, industrial production in the country, inflation and weekly unemployment applications in the USA abroad will be followed, and technically, 7,750 and 7,900 levels in the BIST 100 index are in the position of resistance and 7,500 support.

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