FTSE 100 (FTSE)

7,114.65
+89.18(+1.27%)
  • Open:
    7,108.90
  • Day's Range:
    7,097.60 - 7,202.90
  • 52 wk Range:
    6,787.98 - 7,687.27

FTSE 100 Overview

Prev. Close
7,025.47
Volume
648,396,553
Day's Range
7,097.6-7,202.9
Open
7,108.9
Average Volume (3m)
891,615,733
52 wk Range
6,787.98-7,687.27
1-Year Change
-1.95%
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  • Waiting to see Fed's meeting at 7pm. See you tomorrow and have a lovely evening.
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    • JP Morgan soon be saying they missed a decimal point in their oil price target of $380. Laughable.My next target is $82 but $50 within the year. Inflation is going to be under control a lot quicker than the doommongers think.Thankfully i stocked up on tanning oil at Easter.
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      • Wonder whether FTSE £5 divi is sufficient to support FTSE until closing today
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        • hummmmm no :(
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        • No!
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      • Those computers / AI are good to align the lower Daily trend line at the exact point of that 76.4 FIB on the Daily. outta here.
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        • High all not trading but will share some info that paints a picture in your head. Use the lowes in March 2020 then the hights in Jan do a fib retrace on the ftse look at the 6973 what do you see....interesting is it not !! now do the same with the dow......look at the fib level its just bounced of 38.2......... so if he dow does the same as ftse the dow 50% is at 27557 and the 61.8 is 25361. interesting is it not. There was a good article on this I came across last night that made me take a look at the longer time frames............the way the ftse has been trading at those fib levels is amazing. Hope it helps.. See you in a few months :-) PS great trade this morning Sandra you held it all the way.
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          • Good afternoon everyone. The trend I have been talking about held out yesterday evening, as it hit the trend li e and bounced off. it took it's time but it eve tally climbed. Yesterday's fall was down to oil and not the start of some ki d of collapse. We will not be re visiting g 2008. Back then we didn't know the cause u til it eve gully emerged as disgraceful secured lending to sub prime customers. We know the cause this Time.
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            • afternoon Dave, so from a TA point of view, what would you look for now we have reclaimed 7138?
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            • To follow the trend within the trend g channel. if it fails to establish a new high within the channel, or fails to breach the daily targets within the trend then it will drop away. Sorry for delay, cycling mag arrived and wat hing TDF!
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            • haha, no worries Dave! am small short ftse as feel it has done its' recovery work for today, not looking for big moves and will be tidy by close, enjoy the mag!
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          • Allez le FTSE back to 7200 and beyond!
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            • Just my thought regarding the interest rate rises and mortgage payments. I believe the majority will go on to variable rates after their fixed payments. They will probably feel it for a few months before central banks decrease rates to the trajectory of 0.25-0.5% as deflation takes hold of the markets > that’s my base case.
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              • V Interesting. Bear in mind energy and food prices which also are weighing on the cost of living. I don't feel real wages have caught or intend to catch up.
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              • Yep, all factors in play, and no way will wage hikes catch up, would be craaazy long-term if they did!
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              • Leo Nikbut you have to also look at mortgage repayments and interest rates. As rates rise, repossesions will increase, mortgage approvals will probably decline due to affordability etc etc.
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            • Why is it that yesterday even after nasdaq dow showed their strong hand and finished way in positive, dax and europe finished 1.5 per cent plus lower?? Now US indices not following through and Europe does want some of that yesterday action, make up your mind!!
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              • I don't think it was a surprise to see Europe bounce backa bit this morning, though I was a little surprised at the degree of early conviction, in FTSE at least. Looks to be a little less sure for now but could still break 50 either way on not much, could be a dangerous afternoon methinks. Though these days, when aren't they?!
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              • I agree i dont like these wild moves, I trade better scalping 10-20 points per trade and aim to get 65/70 per cent success not so easy in these markets so unpredictable they turn on a whim!
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              • US Yield drop , make strong Nas
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            • ♥️♥️
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