Turkey’s share exchange ends with new peak

(MENAFN) Turkey’s main share index ended with robust earns on Wednesday to reach an additional all-time peak of 2,980.00 points.

After opening the day at 2,928.71 points, Borsa Istanbul's BIST 100 index saw a surge of 66.7 points, or 2.29 percent, from Tuesday's record all-time high of 2,913.30.

One ounce of gold exchanged for USD1,780.15 by market end, as shown by statistics from Borsa Istanbul's Precious Metals and Diamond Market.

International benchmark Brent crude exchanged at USD92.92 a barrel at 09.58 a.m. regional time (0658 GMT) for a 0.63 percent decline from the ending price of USD92.34 per barrel in the prior exchange session.

American benchmark West Texas Intermediate (WTI) stood at USD87.19 a barrel at the same span of time for a 0.76 percent earn after the prior session ended at USD86.53 per barrel.

According to official data showed that US crude stockpiles had fallen by the most in four months.



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