The June futures index contract, after seeing the highest point of 2,756.00 at the opening, is trading at 2,753 levels, 0.5 percent above the closing of the previous session.
The index contract, which was with buyers yesterday, closed the regular session at 2,740.50 points with an increase of 0.3 percent compared to the previous close. The index contract continued to rise in the evening session, reaching 2,760.00 points.
Analysts stated that concerns about inflation, growth and further tightening pushed investors to be cautious and stated that a mixed course was followed in global markets.
Analysts, who stated that the statements of the US Federal Reserve Leader (Fed) Jerome Powell and the European Central Bank Leader (ECB) Christine Lagarde, as well as the ongoing news flow from Davos Hill, will be in the focus of the markets, and the Purchasing Managers Index to be announced around the world on the data agenda. (PMI) reported.
Analysts noted that technically, the 2,700 level is in the position of reinforcement and 2,790 points in the resistance position in the index contract.