The October futures contract was traded at 8,949.00 in the opening session, 0.4 percent above the previous normal session closing.
The index contract, which followed a buying course on Friday, closed the regular session at 8,914.75 points, 1.4 percent above its previous close. The index contract continued to rise in the evening session, reaching 8,922.00 points.
While global stock markets followed a positive course with the strengthening of expectations that the US Federal Reserve (Fed) would not increase interest rates in the rest of the year and China’s steps to support the economy, domestic eyes were turned to inflation data.
Analysts said that the data released in the USA recently gave clues that interest rates in the country are approaching their peak, and that the possibility of keeping the policy rate constant at the September meeting is considered as certain.
Analysts stated that the recovery in the economy continues to be fragile on the Chinese side, and they expect this situation to continue to pressure policymakers to offer more incentives.