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Trumping the ante on tariffs

FTSE 100 Index called to open -15pts at 7285, but in the midst of a strong rebound (+50pts) from a fresh overnight test of last week’s lows. Back in the

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L&G lands BA pension rescue

FTSE 100 Index called to open -3pts at 7310, still impeded by both horizontal resistance around 7310 and an intersecting trendline of falling resistance at 7320. Bulls need a break

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Scottish and Southern Profits Warning

FTSE 100 Index called to open +6pts at 7279, opening a smidge higher from Tuesday’s close and still testing a weeklong falling highs resistance. Bulls need a break above 7285

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The Apple of Trump’s Eye

FTSE 100 Index called to open +5pts at 7285, retracing some of Monday’s Sterling-inspired overnight losses. Bulls need a break above 7308 Monday’s highs to regain upwards momentum; Bears require

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Plus ça change…

FTSE 100 Index called to open +10pts at 7288, well above Friday’s 7226 lows, but it has already found resistance at 7300 to maintain last week’s downtrend. Bulls need a

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T-day for tariffs?

FTSE 100 Index called to open -10pts at 7373, up from yesterday afternoon’s 7360 lows, but also well back from 7410 overnight highs with Tuesday’s trend of falling highs keeping

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China PMIs + $ hampering Miners

FTSE 100 Index called to open -20pts at 7436, still under pressure, flirting with a revisit of last week’s 4-month lows. A breach of this could mean a decline to

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SSE gets green light for retail merger

Bears require a breach of recent 7540 lows/support. Watch levels: Bullish 7570, Bearish 7540 Calls for a negative open come in spite of yet more record highs on Wall St,

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A Hunting we will go

This comes courtesy of a solid set of H1 financials, the company having benefited from strength in its key Titan/US businesses, especially from shale drilling and higher oil prices, allowing

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GBP strength dampens FTSE breakout

The FTSE100 is holding its post-Bank holiday jump above 7585, but back from its 7640 best of the day. Helping risk appetite are Miners welcoming fresh USD weakness, giving metals prices a boost,