(MENAFN) The Turkish major stock index closed on a high record as of Friday, exceeding 1,900 points for the first time ever with another record closing of 1,910.41 points.
Borsa Istanbul's BIST 100 index also reached a fresh record high in one day of 1,914.13 points after beginning the day at 1,896.82 points and increasing 30.35, or 1.61 percent, from the last ending of 1,880.06.
The lowest worth of the index in the day was 1,893.67 points, while hitting a high of 1,914.13 points. The overall market worth of the BIST 100 was about 1.6 trillion Turkish liras (USD116 billion) by market end, with an everyday trading capacity of around 30.2 billion liras (USD2.2 billion).
While 82 stocks on the index soared throughout the day, 15 dropped and three stayed the same in comparison to Thursday's end. The top trading volumes were registered by national flag carrier Turkish Airlines, private lender Garanti BBVA, as well as iron and steel producer Kardemir.
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