Turkey’s Borsa Istanbul closes Monday with lower figures
(MENAFN) Turkey’s main share index ended at 2,857.18 points on Monday, declining by 0.25 percent, or 7.07 points, from the prior end.
Throughout the day, the index's worst value stood at 2,844.60, whereas its day-to-day peak reached 2,885.34.
The entire market worth of the BIST 100 was about 2.3 trillion Turkish liras (USD127 billion) at the end of the session, with a day-to-day exchange volume of 18.7 billion liras (USD1 billion).
One ounce of gold sold at USD1,792.30 by market finish, as shown by data from Borsa Istanbul's Precious Metals and Diamond Markets.
International main Brent crude exchanged at USD97.14 a barrel at 09.58 AM regional time (0658 GMT) for a 1.02 percent decline from the ending price of USD98.15 per barrel in the prior exchange session.
American main West Texas Intermediate (WTI) stood at USD91.19 a barrel at the same time for a 0.97 percent fall after the prior session ended at USD92.09 per barrel.
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