Turkey’s share markets reach all-time peak at Wednesday’s end
(MENAFN) Turkey’s main share index closed Wednesday standing at 4,977.64 points, reaching an additional record peak ending level, jumping 0.31 percent from the prior end.
Borsa Istanbul's BIST 100 index jumped 15.16 points from Tuesday’s end.
The index's worst value throughout the session reached 4,922.88, whereas its day to day peak hit 4,988.68.
The overall market worth of the BIST 100 was nearly 4 trillion Turkish liras (USD215.45 billion) by market end, with a day to day exchange volume of 120.3 billion Turkish liras (USD6.5 billion).
Throughout the day, 70 shares on the index jumped and 28 dropped in comparison with the prior end.
International benchmark Brent crude sold at USD84.69 per barrel at 10.14 AM regional time (07:14 GMT), surging 0.52 percent from the ending value of USD84.25 per barrel in the prior exchange session.
In the meantime, American main West Texas Intermediate (WTI) sold at USD78.59 a barrel, a 0.50 percent earn following the last session ended at USD78.20 per barrel.
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