Tehran, Iran, July 13
By Mehdi Sepahvand - Trend:
The Tehran Stock Exchange main indext (TEPIX) rose by 1,548 points to reach 69,194.
This record number comes on the day where Iran and the group P5+1 (the US, UK, France, Russia, China, and Germany) are slated to strike a comprehensive deal on Iran's nuclear program, with huge impacts on the country's economy as the deal will remove economic sanctions against Iran.
The main indices of the capital market, meanwhile, were all positive for the day. The weight-value price index rose by 636 points, fixed-weight main by 212, fixed-weight price by 184, and the free floating by 1,808, the official TSE website reported July 13.
Also, the first market index rose by 1,115 and the second market by 3,203 points.
Before the close, 1.249 million shares were exchanged worth 2,970 billion rials in 109 thousand times.
The Tehran Stock Exchange main index rose by 828 points on July 12 and stood at 67,646.
The TSE main index started with 89,500 in 2013. But, it dropped gradually so that it plunged to 61500 in winter 2014. On the first working day of the current Iranian fiscal year (March 25, 2015) it was 62,885.
Edited by CN