Yesterday, Borsa Istanbul’s BIST 100 index, which followed a buyer trend, closed the day at a record level with 9,174.58 points, gaining 1.42 percent in value, and reached its highest level of 9,175.82 points.
Analysts stated that global share markets followed a mixed course with the increase in share and sector-based volatilities during the busy balance sheet period, and reported that today all eyes are on the intense data agenda, especially the inflation data to be announced in the USA.
While balance of payments data is in the focus of investors domestically, economists participating in the AA Finance Balance of Payments Expectations Survey estimate that the current account will have a deficit of 3 billion 83 million dollars in December 2023.
On the other hand, Turkey’s 5-year credit risk premium (CDS), which continues its downward trend, is at 299 basis points on the new day.
Analysts stated that the retail sales and foreign trade index in the country, the ZEW expectation indices in Germany and the Eurozone, and the inflation data in the USA will be followed abroad today. Technically, the 9,300 and 9,450 levels in the BIST 100 index are resistance, and the 9,100 and 9,000 points are the resistance. He noted that he was in a supportive position.