Dollar/TL returned to 6.80; BIST is at 100 plus

On the second day of the week, when world stock markets returned from the Easter holiday, an optimistic atmosphere prevailed in the markets… The Dollar/TL exchange rate decreased from 6.7960 levels and stabilized in the 6.77-6.78 band. BIST 100 is up around 1.5 percent.

With European stock markets returning from the Easter holiday, global markets are starting to trade at full capacity. While the Asian stock market closed on a positive note; In the US stock markets, where yesterday’s transactions were closed in the negative, futures are up around 1.5 percent this morning.

Dollar/TL returned to 6.80

Since the London and Frankfurt markets were closed yesterday, the effects of the BRSA’s swap regulation could not be fully observed. The dollar/TL exchange rate, which started the week at 6.71, climbed to 6.79 yesterday. Today, the dollar/TL exchange rate climbed to 6.7960 levels and then stabilized in the 6.76.78 band. Euro/TL changes hands around 7.41.

Borsa Istanbul is over 98 thousand points

In parallel with the optimistic atmosphere in global markets, Borsa Istanbul started the day at 97 thousand 491 points with an increase of 1.13 percent. Compared to yesterday’s closing, the increase in BIST 100 was 1092 points. The index climbed over 98 thousand points with the purchases following the opening.

Gold is at its highest level in 7.5 years

Gold hit its highest level since November 2012 at $1,725.80 an ounce yesterday, as investors turned to assets seen as safe havens before the company balance sheets that will start today in the USA and the important data that will come in the second half of the week.

Among the company balance sheets expected to be announced in the USA today, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, Johnson & Johnson and First Republic Bank stand out.

Source: https://www.dunya.com/finans/haberler/dolartl-680den-dondu-bist-100-artida-haberi-467682

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