At the opening, the BIST 100 index rose to 2,392.05 points, gaining 11.15 points and 0.47 percent compared to the previous close.
The banking index increased by 0.58 percent and the holding index increased by 0.83 percent. While all segment indices started the day with an increase, financial leasing and factoring were the highest earners with 1.54 percent.
After following a fluctuating course yesterday, BIST 100 index closed the day with an increase of 0.36 percent at 2,380.90 points.
Analysts stated that fluctuations focused on inflation, growth and further tightening pushed investors to be cautious and reported that volatility in world stock markets continued.
DAVOS HIGH AND EXPLANATIONS TO FOLLOW
Analysts stated that today, along with the ongoing news flow from Davos Hill, the statements of US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and European Central Bank Leader Christine Lagarde will be at the center of the markets, and on the information agenda, Purchasing Managers Index ( PMI) to be announced worldwide will come to the fore. recorded out.
Analysts said that technically, the BIST 100 index has 2,350 points as reinforcements, while 2,420 and 2,470 are in the resistance position.