FTSE 100 (FTSE)

7,208.86
+5.03(+0.07%)
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    7,195.66 - 7,221.23

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  • US markets are going to be buoyant for at least until begening of December, when US lawmakers meet again to sort out debt ceiling. And as we all know, other markets around the globe are going to folow US
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    • The only thing keeping the FTSE floating high is the oil even Brent dropped back below 85$ depends on the whims of the Saudis if Newcastle Utd FC win they might  stabilise the price but I think they are looking for expensive players so might be a while.
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      • dow is going up tofill 35444 short from there, simple
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        • Seems the crowd here is mostly shorters... talking about shorting !?!
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          • I think it is more that most of us have been caught offside and we did not expect it to rise so much and above all to remain at those levels
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        • I get the feeling a big correction is coing very soon :(
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          • Hope so
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          • wishful thinking
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        • tomorrow is another day ...US futures up so maybe a bit up US open  then down . Bit gloomy rate hikes November  delta plus variant
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          • It’s waiting for tomorrow’s figure
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            • should have accepted the loss yesterday at 7180. This seems strong because high oil prices and then infrastructure bill. *******
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              • Ffs stop worrying and let the thing breath, it WILL go down again. I am offside 7130, but I will not throw it away, still scalped £500 this morning. I think it is getting weaker again.
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              • Agree with Miles
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              • Good to see how you manage your positipn - Al the best.
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            • does ftse wanna move or has it lost it legs?
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              • It seems that the FTSE 100 is now holding firm around 7200. For how long that is, no one knows.
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                • Exactly
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              • FTSE is just too polite too much empathy already coming off to factor in weakness from CAC
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                • Amar time changed to 1pm on Thursday
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                  • Hiya . . . Where would you like to meet up?
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                • Its settling above 7200
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                  • I'll like to see 100 today
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                    • I'll like to see 100 today
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                      • Morning all - No FTSE position. Picking up a few DAX Longs from 15480's
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                        • FTSE / DAX not quite as enhusiastic as US Futures at the moment.
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                      • I don't pretend to understand the larger pirce moves on FTSE, Relative novice. So scalping with 200 pp works, altho can be stressful as I wait for prices to get back to Bollinger mid-band. Today got 5 pts on bounce from 7200 level. Good luck to all.
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                        • Morning Raj . . . Don't worry too much about trying to "understand" - Best to just trade what you see. Regards.
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                      • I would like to see 7150 today
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                        • Me too Connor, I'll be out at then with a nice profit.
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                        • morning Connor, will be interesting to see what happens at 7180/75 if we slip there as was so strong for so long on way up, on many intradays also....
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                      • morning all, could well be scrappy day again today ahead of big eco data schedule tomorrow and beyond, coupled with more q3 earnings reports, best of luck!
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                        • Look at daft CAC refused to go all day yesterday now because the US have joined in on the madness its creeping up, what a creepy index.
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                          • IMO this will continue to creep up during the Us session …close the day around the 7220 mark
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                            • 'should' - never quite get what you mean by this Sceptic. Nasdaq is SO different from FTSE - no comparison.
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                            • Quite happy with today's progress Nick, ftse seems to be weakening without the help from the USA as I write. Just want a nice drop overnight and we will be well on our way.
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                            • Brian - I hope so but who knows?! That China data was VERY bad and it will have knocked a few people back I think. People say US doesn't care about China but that's rubbish. I think if we see a few bad earnings this week, it'll do the trick. I think we could see money circulate back into Nasdaq and out of value which I think brings FTSE down but the real catalyst will be commodities coming off (if they do).
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                          • How ironic all morning NAsdaq was the weakest now he spurs the rally!
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                            • Yup! Never traded it . . . But certainly, when it deides to move, it certainly motors. All te best AB.
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                          • Here we go I knew they would ride on the coat tail of NAsdaq!
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                            • 7175 i think wer'll end today
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                              • looking less likely now
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                              • Doh
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                            • i think the saying is something like -climb a wall of worry and slide a slippery slope of hope
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