BIST 30 Endeksi’nde 1 Temmuz’dan itibaren açığa satış yasağı kaldırıldı

The Capital Markets Board (CMB) announced that it has been decided to lift the short selling ban in the stock markets in the Borsa Istanbul “BIST 30 Index” as of July 1.

In the statement made by the CMB, it was reminded that the board had previously decided to ban short selling transactions in Borsa Istanbul share markets and to inform investors and investment firms that positions made during the day without pressing the short sale button and closed on the same day were also included in the scope of the ban.

In the statement, it was stated that the technical developments that will ensure healthy price formation in the loan share market and ensure regular and continuous offers have been completed and made ready for use by Istanbul Settlement and Custody Bank AŞ (Takasbank). It was stated that the shares “can be subject to lending by brokerage firms through Automatic Lending Instruction Screens.”

Taking these developments into account, the statement included the decisions taken by the board at today’s meeting regarding short selling bans and noted the following:

“As of July 1, it has been decided that it will be abolished in the share markets included in the BIST-30 Index announced by Borsa Istanbul AŞ, and the practice will continue in the share markets outside the BIST-30 Index. In addition, in the transactions to be carried out in the share markets where the short selling ban has been lifted, our Board’s Capital Markets Board In accordance with Articles 24 and 28 of the Communiqué on Credit Buying, Short Selling and Borrowing and Lending Transactions of Instruments, investors and investment firms are informed that it is mandatory to press the short sell button for positions sold without owning during the day and closed on the same day. decided.”

Source: https://www.aa.com.tr/tr/ekonomi/bist-30-endeksunu-1-temmuzdan-itibaren-aciga-satis-yasagi-kaldirildi/1895184

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