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6,866.80 -14.79    -0.21%
14:53:12 - Real-time derived data. Currency in GBP ( Disclaimer )
  • Prev. Close: 6,881.59
  • Open: 6,867.30
  • Day's Range: 6,838.50 - 6,956.49
Type:  Index
Market:  United Kingdom
# Constituents:  95
FTSE 100 6,866.80 -14.79 -0.21%

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Neil Wilson
European Stocks Edge Lower As Oil Steadies By Neil Wilson - Oct 12, 2021

Stock markets declined on Tuesday morning following on the heels of a wobbly session on Wall Street, with losses of around 0.5% for the broader European Stoxx 600. The FTSE 100 continues to chop in a...

Neil Wilson
Mixed Start For European Equities, WTI At $81 By Neil Wilson - Oct 11, 2021

Soft and sluggish start for European equity markets – typical Monday morning feel until we all get out of bed. FTSE 100 is out the traps better at +0.2%, with banks, basic resources and oil & gas...

Neil Wilson
Stocks Mixed Ahead Of Nonfarm Payrolls By Neil Wilson - Oct 08, 2021

Mixed start in Europe after another positive session on Wall Street as the US Senate approved raising the debt ceiling until December. Treasury yields are higher, with the 10-Year hitting 1.6%, which...

Neil Wilson
Choppy Action For Stocks Continues By Neil Wilson - Oct 07, 2021

Choppy: Stocks are firmer in early trade following yesterday’s losses. For all the movement we have seen, the FTSE 100 is tracking slap in the middle of its 6-month range. But now it’s facing...

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Puk Pups
Puk Pups 2 hours ago
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I can see any reason to be optimistic. I sold all my shares and making money from options.
Stevie
Stevie 1 hour ago
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Markets can unexpectely surprise with no news ! Thanks to CB's and other greedy devices called manilpulation
MD Motivational
MD Motivational 3 hours ago
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sell
rusty largo
rustylargo 2 hours ago
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Mesdemoiselles, ..That's all o got with sell in it,
Pat Anderton
Pat Anderton 3 hours ago
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Hi everyone, waiting for ferry! Just gone short at 6829 and looking for 6825. Channel visible on 30 minute chart. Good luck and have a great weekend.
Pat Anderton
Pat Anderton 3 hours ago
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sorry- 6925 looking for 6825
rusty largo
rustylargo 2 hours ago
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tmi mate...
Stephen Storey
Stephen Storey 2 hours ago
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Nice call. Took a limited risk 60 pips on the way up with a covering short on the Dow. Not brave enough to short the FTSE in any significant way at these levels with October knocking on the door. Will look to add add longs again between 6830 and 6840 if it gets there
Stevie
Stevie 2 hours ago
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good luck pat. am I the only one seeing this go higher today
Nic Park
Nic Park 4 hours ago
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Profit taking on the dollar it seems.
Stevie
Stevie 18 hours ago
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Boris we forgive you, please come back and sort out this loony right party. She thinks she can take on Putin as well. Well she has a place in a bunker somewhere in the UK, how about the rest of us. She is extremely dangerous, her and her etonion sidekick bumchum
Prateek Mehta
Prateek Mehta 20 hours ago
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We can blame the govt policies but the truth of the matter is UK went on a spending spree during covid and have no intension of negotiating a way out of this war. War = inflation…. Govts can tinker here and there but they cant being the inflation down till the war last.. while we endorsed the war but we dont want to take the pain associated with it .. when energy bills go high we expect the govts to help us…. Govts with their empty coffers start taking debts… i understand why bankers bonses were uncapped as financial sectors provide 25 percent of UK GDP… if they go then they take the prosperity with them…. All unions will endorse war but then strike to get the pay hike … where is the money coming from….what is driving the inflation… its war… any action comes with consequences… we decided to help Ukraine but dont want the consequences… and its only the start of winters … i hope it does not snow this winters ..any govt would have struggled here because there cant be unlimited free money
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Samson Miller 20 hours ago
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I agree with you. But even if the war ends, the sanctions (which are reducing supply and increasing the cost of energy) will likely remain for some time in order to punish Russia. The whole thing is a disaster and that's why Putin went ahead. He isn't stupid. The only way out for European governments in the short term is to either withdraw sanctions / support for Ukraine and let Russia crack on, or remove Putin by force and implement regime change. Both are truly disastrous for the world. It really is terrible whichever way you look at it. In the long term though, we can get away from our dependance on Russia, but it will take decades which we don’t have. What an absolute mess.
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Nic Park 19 hours ago
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War is largely irrelevant. We are now a planet that has the attitude of mass consumerism via any method which includes buying on the never never with no intention of ever paying anything back. Economies can keep printing and the debt spiral can continue. Attitudes need to change and perhaps mass liquidation and repossession of assets is the way to do that
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Prateek Mehta 19 hours ago
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Agree with borh Nic and Samson….as societies were somehow made to believe only unintelligent people have to do hard work… rest can play with real estate and stocks with cheap money… when in need, the govt can start printing once again…. We never developed any industries… totally reliant on services and kept on importing cheap… but … but they are not cheap anymore …. We would have been exposed in few decades but Putin accelerated the inevitable …. We as a nation will have to accept some hardships, accept that living standands can fall and its only hard work that can pull as back… we need to reboot our mondsets
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Co Mon 3 hours ago
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We have to stick together, thats the only way out of this. Reduce your gas/electricity use, support the small businesses by spending there and not just at the big stores. Support the ecomony by spending wisely. Stop using credit that you cant afford. if we can limit our spending then inflation will go down as stock inventory will go up so they will have no choice but to put the prices down. This whole situation has been calculated to induce fear/anger in our own people. The stock market itself is causing alot of people to lose money, so less to spend so naturally less demand - reduction in inflation
Samson Miller
Samson Miller 22 hours ago
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Truss is sticking to her guns because it's best for HER. She can't pin the blame on Kwasi because to do so would make her position untenable, considering she fully endorsed his budget. If she does a u-turn, it demonstrates weakness and confirms her stupidity, which again would make her position untenable. She is inflicting pain on everyone because her survival depends on it. Staggering.
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Terry Mr 22 hours ago
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Yes Truss is the one who went on a campaign to be elected for a PM and promised tax cuts etc and employed the Chancellor Kwasi to carry out her dirty work and he now looks like a bad guy but the blame goes to Truss 100%.  I think her supporting members now realize they chose the wrong person for the job and unfortunately they can not remove her from the office for a whole year, under No Confidence Vote. About time they change the rules.
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magicpiano 22 hours ago
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She has done exactly what she said she would do during her campaign. All the commentators said it was fantasy politics, yet the party members still voted for her.
Samson Miller
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Wow didn't realise we had so many Truss supporters here! Thanks for the thumbs down!
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rustylargo 2 hours ago
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Staggering indeed...how comes it's only 1 mile to the pub and 12 miles back...the difference is Staggering!
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rustylargo 23 hours ago
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well, it was 2 points out from going lower, so i am still ok with my earlier assumptions
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HarkenAndersson Sep 29, 2022 14:39
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City Index down. Anyone else?
Del Boy
Del Boy 23 hours ago
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no working fine for me
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rustylargo Sep 29, 2022 14:39
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Am not anticipating eating my hat ...might get the chocolate fountain out just in case though
 
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