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7,167.39 -61.23    -0.85%
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Market: United Kingdom
# Constituents: 95
  • Volume: 823,500,975
  • Open: 7,228.62
  • Day's Range: 7,141.85 - 7,228.78
FTSE 100 7,167.39 -61.23 -0.85%

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Relx 1,765.50 +80.50 +4.78%
Intu Properties 111.50 +2.55 +2.34%
Hammerson 374.10 +8.50 +2.33%
Provident Financial 511.40 +10.40 +2.08%
Royal Mail 282.40 +4.20 +1.51%

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Centrica 121.15 -16.05 -11.70%
BAE Systems 464.80 -39.60 -7.85%
Imperial Brands 2,601.00 -112.50 -4.15%
Fresnillo 990.40 -37.10 -3.61%
Glencore 300.50 -9.95 -3.21%
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Trung Phan
Trung Phan 3 hours ago
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End game prediction: 7171
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Peter Seller
Peter Seller 3 hours ago
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bit late but 7160
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Walter White
Walter White 3 hours ago
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Im still crying about closing my short last friday :(
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rusty largo
rusty largo 29 minutes ago
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easy solution...just photo copy a few twenties and dry your tears, this way you'll feel rich, using money for a frivolous purpose, and you will have spent very little on printer ink, and a trip to the hospital with eye poisoning will be a minimal inconvenience for feeling better
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rusty largo 3 hours ago
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Take one proverbial rug. Tug very gently from edges until market reacts, now pull all you can and here we go,
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rusty largo 3 hours ago
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every single time my Lloyds does a good few moves, the market dives in the following sessions..i see a pattern here
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Walter White
Walter White 3 hours ago
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Lloyds was 20% + up since xmas eve as well
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Rob Williams
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rusty largo Whats "my Lloyds"?
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Anyone else looking at the DOW (like a moth into the light) thinking that it is awfully high considering the weak news that the recent rise has been built on?
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Oliver Grant
Oliver Grant 6 hours ago
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Breaking 50 can take it all the way down to  7100. those with short positions need to be brave.
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Trung Phan
Trung Phan 6 hours ago
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We had this discussion in this forum 2 weeks ago. Below 7150, the next strong support is 7070.
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Oliver Grant
Oliver Grant 8 hours ago
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dow jones back  @26000 from 21000 in less than 2 months.. That's proper bubble!!!!
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Dreamer19 6 hours ago
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Yes, I dont usually mess with the DOW and focus my main attention on the FTSE but I am surely tempted to short the DOW at the moment.
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Jon Forster
Jon Forster 10 hours ago
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Closing figure today? 7,193
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rusty largo
rusty largo 3 hours ago
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now i don't feel so alone
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rusty largo 10 hours ago
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might rise from here, considering gbp vs euro is climbing a little today there seems a little optimism of deal being agreed next week in the press, it might be overdone, either wya, it looks to be an eventful week next week and some political turmoil is on the cards, so, some sudden and dramatic moves coming in the week 25th feb onward...i hope they are positive as my Lloyds have been lacklustre, until a few days ago
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Oliver Grant 10 hours ago
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attempted to buy but most of ftse constituents  are in red!!!
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Andrew Bellenger
Andrew Bellenger 10 hours ago
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if forex swings negative again it could end up evens again. it's going to be a weird day imo.
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Trung Phan 9 hours ago
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I'm still short bias (i) US has rallied 19% odd since December low. And pretty much in a straight line. Of course it can go up but some pull backs are expected. Where US goes, the rest follows (ii) the positive macro developments (dovish Fed, US-China trade deal) seems to have been mostly priced in (iii) end of earning seasons.
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I mean, it could go down 7165 ,,it could, but doesn't mean it will
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Andrew Bellenger
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think itll test 723/40 first before dropping hard if it fails to break through again.
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spot on it seems
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moh hammed
moh hammed 21 hours ago
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gone short
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rusty largo
rusty largo 10 hours ago
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a wise and profitable day await you
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Simon Grech
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Just added to my short.
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rusty largo
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Grechster a bit late maybe?...not sure more weakness will follow from 7180's today, are you?
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Trung Phan
Trung Phan Feb 20, 2019 16:25
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ftse closing prediction game: 7230
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Jon Forster
Jon Forster Feb 20, 2019 16:25
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7222
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Oliver Grant
Oliver Grant Feb 20, 2019 15:47
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ftse will fall after closing - after paying dividend!!! high today..
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SteveW Feb 20, 2019 15:47
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20 points
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Andrew Bellenger Feb 20, 2019 14:58
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that drop in £ having an effect or is it something else? cant see it getting through any higher, struggled every time recently
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Andrew Bellenger Feb 20, 2019 14:58
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7720 to 7740 line on the 1 hour just impossible to break through, either it does it soon and the rise will be large or it will drop like a stone esp if £ starts climbing on any good brexit news.
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Oliver Grant
Oliver Grant Feb 20, 2019 11:11
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£ just dropped !!!
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David Battley
David Battley Feb 20, 2019 11:11
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3 Tory MPs quitting as the driver?
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Jon Forster Feb 20, 2019 11:11
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possibly. hopefully more chance of a WTO brexit
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rusty largo
rusty largo Feb 20, 2019 10:41
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Market wobble often a precursor to drop, how far are we going down?
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Oliver Grant
Oliver Grant Feb 20, 2019 8:28
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closed my long from 63 of yesterday, for some reasons I don't feel to hold on for a long time.
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Peter Seller
Peter Seller Feb 20, 2019 8:28
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A decent gain and money in the bank so win win I would say.
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Oliver Grant
Oliver Grant Feb 20, 2019 8:28
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Peter Seller  Yes  I am thankful.
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yodaman wooly
yodaman wooly Feb 20, 2019 8:18
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7233 and 7250 are the first big hurdles to overcome
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yodaman wooly Feb 20, 2019 8:07
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gone long @ 7196 hopefully it will break through 7200
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moh hammed
moh hammed Feb 19, 2019 18:58
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Political event Rusty?
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rusty largo
rusty largo Feb 19, 2019 18:58
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where?
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Oliver Grant
Oliver Grant Feb 19, 2019 16:46
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but I am ready to sacrifice 10 points if ftse decides to drop before USA close.
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Oliver Grant Feb 19, 2019 16:43
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just buy at 63 to keep over night. it worked for  me yesterday I had to wake up at 1 in morning to close the position. Not easy job!!!
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Muhammad Ali Rh
Muhammad Ali Rh Feb 19, 2019 16:38
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There goes tradingview. Anyone else having problems or just me?
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Simon Grech
Grechster Feb 19, 2019 16:28
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I suspect that we may see 7000 by the end of next week.
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