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Deal or no deal?

FTSE 100 Index called to open flat at 6996, holding the bounce above Friday’s 6954 lows. Bulls need a break above overnight 7021 highs to extend the bounce further and

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The hunt for Red October

FTSE 100 Index called to open -100pts at 7045, down sharply from yesterday’s close, extending the October correction and breaching April and 2016 rising support, but 30pts off 7015 overnight

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China plays “catch-down” after Golden Week

FTSE 100 Index called to open flat at 7318, but back below the 7323 key level (mid-Sept breakout) it re-tested late Friday. Bulls need a break above 7340 overnight highs.

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Boohoo-m!

FTSE 100 Index called to open -7pts at 7500, still holding this week’s breakout and bullish reversal. Bulls need a break above yesterday’s 7516 highs, to build on the reversal

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A new man from the land down under

FTSE 100 Index called to open -10pts at 7552, still trading sideways and looking to end the week’s last session in the same position where it began. Bulls need a

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China spoils the FTSE’s party

The FTSE100 is positive, albeit in a very muted fashion. The combination of stronger GBP, helped by UK unemployment falling to 40-year lows, and continuing market jitters over fallout from Turkey’s

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Quelle surprise! It’s Erdogain

FTSE 100 Index called to open -30pts at 7652, back from Friday’s 7696 highs in what looks like a new 1-week channel, towards the bottom of the recent 1-month sideways

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FIFA trolling Trump with NAFTA 2026

The FTSE is higher thanks to a weaker GBP, after UK headline inflation was slightly softer than expected (annual pace didn’t pick up; core unchanged), taking the pressure off the Bank of

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Sterling’s loss is FTSE’s gain

Sterling’s loss is FTSE’s gain Mike van Dulken, Head of Research at Accendo Markets commented to clients around midday: “The FTSE100 is testing yesterday’s 7545 highs, extending what is now

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GDP miss = GBP dis = FTSE bliss

GDP miss = GBP dis = FTSE bliss Mike van Dulken, Head of Research at Accendo Markets commented to clients around midday: “The FTSE100 index trades fresh highs getting a boost