World Bulletin / News Desk
Borsa Istanbul's BIST 100 index rose 365.62 points while the banking and holding sectors were up 0.24 and 0.40 percent, respectively.
Among all sector indices, the mining sector index was the best performer, gaining 1.63 percent, while the insurance sector index saw the biggest decline, falling 0.02 percent.
On Monday, The BIST 100 was up 0.55 percent or 605.74 points to close at 111,705.21 points, with a trading volume of 3 billion Turkish liras ($787 million).
The USD/Turkish lira rate dropped to 3.8020 at 9.30 a.m. local time (0630GMT) on Tuesday, compared with the previous day's closing rate of 3.8110.
The euro/lira rate climbed slightly to 4.5130 from Monday’s close of 4.5080.
Border forces acted on tip off from Turkish intelligence
It is our right under international law to take measures in face of attacks from Afrin, Syria, says Turkey's foreign minister
Gen. Hulusi Akar also set to discuss regional security issues with his Russian counterpart on Thursday
Exports soar by 10 pct y-o-y in 2017, says head of Houseware Association of Turkey
Monetary Policy Committee keeps policy rate, also known as one-week repo rate, at 8 pct
We are not creating a Syria border security force at all, says Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, pushing back at controversy
First National Security meeting for 2018 to discuss Afrin, emergency rule
Finnish parliament's Second Deputy Speaker Arto Satonen visits Turkish parliament in capital Ankara
Joint flights to offer fast, convenient connections for customers leaving Istanbul to Kishinev
Turkish NGOs and state disaster agency send 20 truckfuls of aid including tents, blankets, clothes, and food
Move comes after 11 people killed in clashes in and around Mitiga International Airport near Tripoli
Among migrants are Syrians, Palestinians, Bangladeshis, Afghans, Indians, Iranians, Iraqis and Sri Lankans
Republican People's Party leader Kemal Kilicdaroglu says weapons sent to Middle East will 'increase pain'
Turkish president calls on NATO to fulfill its responsibilities
Photo of blindfolded youth has become symbol of Palestinian opposition to US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital
Suspects have been accused of making propaganda for terror group on social media