World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkey's stock exchange slightly rose 0.01 percent, or 12.55 points, to open at 112,111.56 points on Thursday.
The BIST banking and holding indices decreased by 0.03 percent and 0.21 percent, respectively.
Among all sector indices, the tourism index posted the best performance, up 0.94 percent, while the construction index suffered the worst, down 0.27 percent.
On Wednesday, Borsa Istanbul's BIST 100 index closed at 112,099.01 points, up 3.08 percent, with a 10.5 billion-Turkish lira (nearly $2.6 billion) trade volume.
The U.S. dollar/Turkish lira exchange dropped to 4.0250 as of 9.30 a.m. local time (0630GMT) on Thursday. It was 4.0500 at Wednesday's close.
The euro/lira exchange rate was down to 4.9850, compared with Wednesday's close of 5.0190.
The price of Brent oil was $73.98 per barrel as of 10 a.m. local time (0700GMT) Thursday.
Assets abroad up 1.1 percent March 2018 end, from end of 2017, says Turkish Central Bank
BIST 100 falls 0.24 pct; US dollar/Turkish lira exchange rate stands at 4.5500
His comments came after a joint statement issued in Washington said Beijing had agreed to reduce its trade deficit, "significantly" increasing purchases of American goods.
Euro area goods trade surplus reaches over $60B, EU28 deficit at $7.5B, official figures show
Property sales in April down 9.9 pct year-on-year, according to official data; sales to foreigners surge 25.8 pct
European stock markets meanwhile rose as the euro weakened against the dollar, but Wall Street pulled back in early New York trading.
BIST 100 climbs 0.44 pct; foreign currency exchange rates rise against lira
Banks' total assets reach over $42 billion as of March
Industrial output jumps 9.8 percent in Q1 and 7.6 percent in March year-on-year, official figures show
BIST 100 slightly increases by 0.07 percent; US dollar/Turkish lira exchange rate stands at 4.4680
Emerging market monetary policy could tighten more than expected as global monetary conditions normalize, says ratings agency
Further policy action is needed to more decisively boost domestic investment, which would also support external rebalancing.
Gap stood at $4.8 billion in March with 12-month rolling deficit of $55.4 billion
Automotive exports rise to $11.3 billion in first 4 months of 2018