World Bulletin / News Desk
On the fourth transaction day of the week, the BIST 100 index rose by 0.40 percent.
The banking and holding sector indices went up by 0.70 percent and 0.15 percent, respectively.
Among all sectors, the banking sector index was the best performer while the insurance index started the day with the biggest decline, falling by 0.64 percent.
The BIST 100 was down 569.65 points or 0.62 percent to reach 90,804.13 with a total trading volume of 5.8 billion Turkish liras ($1.58 billion) at close on Wednesday.
The U.S. dollar/Turkish lira exchange rate declined to 3.6670 at 9.30 a.m. local time (0630GMT) Thursday, compared with 3.6700 at Wednesday’s close.
Meanwhile, Turkey's consumer confidence and non-domestic producer price indexes were announced on Thursday.
According to the Turkish Statistical Institute, Turkey’s consumer confidence index increased by 5.1 percent to 71.3 points in April, compared to 67.8 in March.
The central government's domestic and external debt statistics are set to be released by Turkey's Treasury Undersecretariat on Thursday.
Expected strong economic expansion across the world will also underpin industrial and construction fuel demand, the cartel said.
BIST 100 index goes up 0.21 pct, US dollar/Turkish lira stands at 3.83 while euro/Turkish lira rate rises to 4.51
Consumer Prices Index yearly rate at 3.1 percent in November, Office for National Statistics says
International Peace Research Institute says sales by Turkish companies rose in 2016, growing 27.6 pct
Economists predict current account deficit ahead of Monday's expected announcement
Economists predict growth of 9.2 pct for the third quarter of 2017 in Turkey
BIST 100 index up 0.35 pct while US dollar/Turkish lira and euro/Turkish lira rates stand at 3.87 and 4.55, respectively
Industrial output in October increases by 7.3 pct year-on-year, official data show
It struck a new high of $15,242.99 around 1030 GMT, according to Bloomberg News.
The IMF report comes a day after regulators in Beijing drafted new rules to strengthen bank funding, and follows a number of alerts about a ballooning debt problem in the world's number-two economy.
It touched a new high of $14,485 before slipping back to $14,398 in Asian afternoon trade, according to Bloomberg News.
BIST 100 index starts day up 0.64 percent; USD/TRY rate falls to around 3.86
BIST 100 index drops 0.20 pct to open at 103,350.58 pts; U.S. dollar/Turkish lira exchange rate goes up to 3.94
November's annual rate up from 11.90 percent in October, according to official data
Investors’ attention to be dominated by November inflation statistics