World Bulletin / News Desk
The banking and holding sector indices rose by 0.03 and 0.20 percent, respectively.
Among all sectors, the investment trust sector index was the best performer with a 1.11 percent rise, while the mining sector index started the day with the biggest decline, falling 2.07 percent.
On Friday's close, the BIST 100 was up 965.51 points or 0.93 percent to reach 105,175.73 points, with a total trading volume of 4.1 billion Turkish liras (approximately $1.16 billion).
The U.S. dollar/Turkish lira exchange rate rose to 3.5420 at 9.30 a.m. local time (0630GMT) Monday, compared with 3.5360 at Friday’s close.
Countries sign deals on energy, industry and trade
Turkish citizens arrived in Aegean resort of Bodrum after being stranded on Kos
Muslim Turks in Greece's Western Thrace region welcome promotion of new Deputy Prime Minister Hakan Cavusoglu
Premier Yildirim warns against making 'worrying statements' targeting businessmen keen on investing in Turkey
President will seek to resolve crisis among Gulf countries during visit to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar
Warrants also issued in capital Ankara for over 150 suspects, including 20 Forestry and Water Affairs Ministry staff
BIST 100 index drops 0.25 percent while US dollar/Turkish lira rate stands at around 3.52
Nationwide demonstrations in Turkey planned for after Friday prayers
Turkish General Staff shared details of counter-terrorism operations from July 13 to 20
Handover ceremony held at many ministries following Cabinet reshuffle on Wednesday
More than 194 million vehicles used Turkey's bridges, highways in first half of 2017
March aims to commemorate young teacher killed by PKK terrorists, CHP lawmaker says
Presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin reiterates Turkey's expectation from Europe, US to extradite FETO members
Ferit Polat was among 7 terrorists killed in counter-terrorism operation in Kars province
Turkish premier attends ceremonies marking 43rd anniversary of Turkey’s intervention in Cyprus as guarantor power
Turkish Foreign Ministry says 'double standards' on show in German commentary over recent Istanbul arrests