At the opening, the BIST 100 index rose to 7,803.71 points, increasing by 39.24 points and 0.51 percent compared to the previous close.

Banking index and holding index rose 0.29%. Among the sector indices, communication was the highest earner with 1.45 percent, and securities investment partnership with 2.37 percent lost the most.

BIST 100 index in Borsa Istanbul, which followed a buying-heavy course yesterday, broke the closing record by completing the day at 7,764.47 points with a gain of 1.33 percent.

Global markets continue their negative course due to the strong economic outlook in the USA that pushes real interest rates up and ongoing concerns about economic activity in China.

While the macroeconomic data announced in the USA indicate that the economic activity remained stronger than the expectations, this situation raises the question marks about where the US Federal Reserve (Fed) will determine the final policy rate.

Although the pricing that the Bank will not change the policy rate with a 90 percent probability next month remains strong, it remains unclear what steps it will take for the rest of the year.

Yesterday, the US 10-year bond yield reached its highest level of the last 16 years with 4.3290 percent, while the inflation-indexed 10-year bond yield reached its highest level since 2008 with 1.95 percent.

While the selling pressure in Asian markets continues on the last trading day of the week, the calming statements of the Chinese authorities are not effective either. The possibility that the problems in the real estate sector in the country may spread to other areas of the economy are closely followed in the markets.

Analysts stated that today, the Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey (CBRT) Market Participants Survey will be followed in the country and inflation data in the Eurozone abroad will be followed, noting that, technically, 7,600 and 7,500 levels in the BIST 100 index are in the position of support, and 7,700 and 7,850 points are in the resistance position.

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