Markets have their eyes on the new incentive package

Expectations in global markets that the US’s new coronavirus aid package may be announced slightly increase risk appetite. After yesterday’s positive closings in the US stock markets, US futures are also positive. In Asia, mainly green screens are seen, except for the limited decline in the Japanese and Chinese stock markets. MSCI index, which monitors Asia-Pacific stock markets outside Japan, reached its peak in the last six and a half months with an increase of around 0.3 percent.

Euro/TL broke the record

BIST 100 Index managed to complete the day in positives after yesterday’s volatile course. As of this morning, after the sharp depreciation in TL, dollar/TL is just above 7.05 and euro/TL is balanced at 7.42. Euro/TL exchange rate reached its all-time high at 8.4550 in the morning hours.

Gold prices continue to rise

Gold rose yesterday as the dollar lost value due to the depressing US employment data and concerns about the coronavirus outbreak increased demand for gold.
rose to a record level.

The ounce price of gold in the spot market is traded at $2,042 after rising to a historical record level of $2,055 yesterday. US gold futures rose 0.4 percent to $2,056.

Oil prices are flat

Oil prices, which reached the peaks of the last five months yesterday as US crude oil stocks were lower than expected, remained mostly horizontal due to concerns that increasing coronavirus cases would have an impact on demand.

The nearest term barrel price of Brent crude oil increased by 0.2 percent to $45.25.

US light crude oil lost 0.1 percent to $42.16.

Source: https://www.dunya.com/finans/haberler/piyasalarin-gozu-yeni-tesvik-paketinde-haberi-477049

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