FTSE for Friday & The DAX 10/07/2020

Sometimes it feels the #FTSE cannot pass a cliff without throwing itself off. Whereas the #DAX appears to see a cliff and try to climb. Is it a Covid-19 thing or is it a looming UK internal problem? Repeated polls in Scotland now show a majority favouring “freedom!”, certain to provoke nerves in Britain. Who knows,

 

A fairly simple illustration comes if we view each index’ rate of acceleration since the March 16th Covid-19 drop. For the FTSE to equal the DAX’s pace, it would already be showing a recovery high around 6,800 points. Instead, the best we’ve seen has been a slovenly 6,500 points and worse, the UK index appears to have faltered recovery and now, to be blunt, is getting scary. Again! The DAX on the other hand achieved 12,900 points whereas had it moved at similar pace to the FTSE, the best we’d expect would be 12,000 points. The implication gives a 7.5% better pace for Germany.

 

Germany on the other hand, presently trading around 12,500 points, seems no more frightening than a Donald Trump drunken late night tweet. The immediate situation against the DAX suggests weakness below 12,450 risks losing a few hundred points as the index collapses to a trend testing 12,209 points. We’d certainly be concerned if the market opts to spoil the party by gapping (manipulating) the index below the immediate Red uptrend (12,200 points) anytime soon as this risks some fairly nippy treatment. Such a scenario will imply coming weakness to 11,650 with secondary, once any fake bounce completes, at a bottom (hopefully) of 10,870 points. We’ve used the word “hopefully” deliberately, thanks to weakness below this Red uptrend taking the index into a region where 9,200 calculates as an eventual drop level; but only with a bunch of other criteria satisfied.

That’s about the end of the misery department as the DAX only need better 12,850 to enter a zone which threatens further recovery to 13,300 with secondary at a fairly useful 14,000 points.

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As for the FTSE for Friday, as mentioned the UK market did its usual Lemming thing on Thursday, creating the situation where weakness next below 6,040 should bring the index down to an initial 5,990 or so. Hopefully it rebounds from such a level as travel below calculates with 5,920 as the next point at which we’d hope for a rebound.

At present, we’ll not be inclined to regard a miracle recovery on the FTSE (as always, we are discussing the live market, NOT after hours futures) unless the index betters 6,090 as this looks capable of recovery to an initial 6,127 points. If exceeded, secondary calculates at a useful 6,185 points and will imply Thursdays drop should be treated as “fake” with the promise of further recovery.

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:17:43PM BRENT 42.45 42 41.89 42.78 43.57 43.845 43 Success
10:19:55PM GOLD 1803.86 1795 1791.5 1805 1808 1812 1798
10:22:32PM FTSE 6072.22 6052 6039.5 6111 6135 6155.5 6103 Success
10:26:14PM FRANCE 4941 4927 4903 4959 5002 5034.5 4964 Success
10:28:48PM GERMANY 12567 12510 12418 12588 12605 12623 12535 ‘cess
10:30:54PM US500 3152.62 3133 3112 3163 3161 3169 3135 Shambles
10:55:58PM DOW 25701 25601 25503 25760 25970 26118 25786 Success
10:58:06PM NASDAQ 10736 10682 10657.5 10741 10786 10791.5 10723 ‘cess
11:00:24PM JAPAN 22367 22267 22212 22395 22550 22635 22445 Success

 

9/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6049 points. Change of -1.74%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,562,272,376 a change of 3.26%
8/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6156 points. Change of -0.53%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,418,238,580 a change of -6.59%
7/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6189 points. Change of -1.53%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,730,023,410 a change of 2.54%
6/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6285 points. Change of 2.08%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,612,670,070 a change of 43.54%
3/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6157 points. Change of -1.33%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,213,499,960 a change of -37.56%
2/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6240 points. Change of 1.35%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,146,759,435 a change of -4.07%
1/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6157 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,364,963,061 a change of 0.93%

Amigo Holdings PLC for 9/07/2020

#Brent #Japan We’ve received numerous emails recently regarding Amigo, generally thought as being one step above the licensed loan sharks which thankfully appear to have vanished from our TV screens. Regardless Amigo’s share price is troubling, managing to actually trade below the Covid-19 market drop, a pretty unusual state of play and one which doubtless justifies the questions being asked.

 

Our “ultimate bottom”, the level below which we cannot calculate, worked out at 10.6p with the initial Covid-19 drop almost exactly hitting this level. To be pedantic, the share price actually achieved 10.48p before experiencing a pretty reasonable rebound to 35p. And then, it all fell apart! In the couple of months since that high, the share dribbled downhill remorselessly to finally find some sort of excuse for a rebound at 5p. In the days since, the bounce has lacked conviction with the share price fluttering around the 13p level.

At present, the price needs exceed 18.8p to give hope for some reasonable upward travel as this now calculates with an initial ambition at 26p. If bettered on any initial surge uphill, we can provide a secondary target at a more reasonable 41p. In fact, with some positive news the price could find itself troubling the 59p level, a point where the visuals suggest some hesitation awaits. Only with closure above 59p will the chance of some real miracles appear, requiring further analysis of price movements thanks to longer term growth potentials becoming quite vivid.

 

Of course, there’s a “however” due to the fragility of moves accompanied by the important detail of the price eventually drifting below our “ultimate bottom”. About the only thing we can suggest, viewing downside potentials, is to take a loan, buy some Nike running shoes, and prepare to flee, should it ever get below 5p again!

Who knows, perhaps the reality of huge numbers of folk, financially ’embarrassed’ due to Covid-19 measures, shall prove a silver lining for Amigo.

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
9:41:17PM BRENT 43.34 42.5 42.395 42.02 43.25 43.52 43.88 44.24 42.9
9:45:51PM GOLD 1808.9 Success
9:59:16PM FTSE 6194
10:01:58PM FRANCE 5016.8 Success
10:11:23PM GERMANY 12612 Shambles
10:14:21PM US500 3175.62
10:16:16PM DOW 26117.4
10:17:43PM NASDAQ 10685
10:19:50PM JAPAN 22515 22327 22307.5 22157 22486 22520 22584 22669 22374

 

8/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6156 points. Change of -0.53%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,418,238,580 a change of -6.59%
7/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6189 points. Change of -1.53%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,730,023,410 a change of 2.54%
6/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6285 points. Change of 2.08%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,612,670,070 a change of 43.54%
3/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6157 points. Change of -1.33%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,213,499,960 a change of -37.56%
2/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6240 points. Change of 1.35%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,146,759,435 a change of -4.07%
1/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6157 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,364,963,061 a change of 0.93%
30/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6169 points. Change of -1.15%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,315,656,653 a change of 10.43%

Kingfisher PLC for 8/07/2020

#France #SP500 Our January review of B&Q owner, Kingfisher PLC, finished with the paragraph below. Obviously this was before “it hit the fan” but proved prescient, the share price eventually closing at 132p. We now see an important bounce fuelled by similar enthusiasm to those who’d been desperate for the stores to reopen, predominantly “blokes”.

There’s a degree of personal favouritism for B&Q, thanks to our choices here in Argyll, Scotland, limited to a few builders merchants who really prefer serving folk who drive white Transits, grudgingly supplying a single sheet of plasterboard and mainly stocking wood which comes in 4.8 metre lengths. As a result, any trip to the mainland will often include some sort of excuse for a B&Q visit to pick up bits and pieces. So yes, B&Q opening again was a pretty big deal and now seems to be reflected in their surprising share price movements.

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This is actually quite a big deal as very few share prices have yet bettered the level attained before the Covid drop but Kingfisher has achieved this miracle. If we regard the Covid-19 reversal as commencing at 221p on February 20th, the price is now at 225p and marginally in ‘safe’ territory for future recovery.

Price movements next exceeding 230p should prove capable of a lunge toward an initial 241p with secondary, if exceeded, calculating at a more enthusiastic 277p. Perhaps more importantly, with price closure above 241p, we shall regard the longer term influence as coming from 355p. Visually, this makes quite a lot of sense as there’s some sort of Glass Ceiling awaiting at such a level, a flat trend which has formed since 2015…

 

However, we’re in uncertain times and we’d be foolish if we refused to look for danger levels. Against Kingfisher, the Red uptrend since 2009 certainly supplies pause for thought, suggesting weakness below 193p could be problematic as it allows reversal to an initial 160p. If broken, our secondary calculation provides for a bottom at 102p, a price level we’d normally regard as absurd were it not for the intraday opening second plunge on March 20th.

This time around, our final paragraph on Kingfisher looks pretty unlikely as it feels the market wants this share price to recover.

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
9:55:50PM BRENT 42.92 Sorry
9:57:36PM GOLD 1795.13 ‘cess
10:07:21PM FTSE 6163.19 Success
10:14:43PM FRANCE 5006.1 5003 4994 4973 5037 5057 5079.5 5105 5015 Success
10:16:51PM GERMANY 12529 ‘cess
10:18:24PM US500 3146.6 3142 3126.5 3104 3177 3184 3190 3206 3158 Success
10:20:48PM DOW 25914 ‘cess
10:22:40PM NASDAQ 10540 Success
10:24:26PM JAPAN 22442

 

 

7/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6189 points. Change of -1.53%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,730,023,410 a change of 2.54%
6/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6285 points. Change of 2.08%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,612,670,070 a change of 43.54%
3/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6157 points. Change of -1.33%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,213,499,960 a change of -37.56%
2/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6240 points. Change of 1.35%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,146,759,435 a change of -4.07%
1/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6157 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,364,963,061 a change of 0.93%
30/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6169 points. Change of -1.15%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,315,656,653 a change of 10.43%
29/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6241 points. Change of 1.33%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,813,785,764 a change of 2.33%

Lloyds Bank for 7/07/2020

#Gold #DOW Despite lockdown easing, Lloyds Bank share price continues to ‘Antisocially Distance’ itself from investors and traders, carefully walking a path of movement which accomplishes nothing. Circled on the chart is absolutely nothing, an area which shall hopefully provide a reason to discuss price moves.

 

We’ve little doubt the market is watching the Blue line on the chart, presently suggesting the price needs exceed roughly 34.582p to suggest “BREAKOUT”, screaming of good times ahead. Or at least, some price recovery. The potential of this line proving to be a trigger level declines at a rate of 0.17p per day and this hints it may be another 19 days before Blue becomes an issue in the highly unlikely event the share price remains at its present 31.205p.

 

Working on the basis most sane folk skipped the preceding paragraph, what do we think is coming?

 

It will not surprise us in the slightest, if the market finds a reason to “gap” the share price above this downtrend anytime soon, ideally into the circled area of the chart. This will carry a subliminal implication we’re watching the start of some price recovery, presumably unless the famed Covid-19 2nd Wave appears. As a result, moves above Blue shall be regarded as triggering recovery to an initial 42p with secondary, if bettered, still at 48p. There’s even the hope drooling optimism could propel the share price even higher, potentially to 58p where some hesitation becomes almost certain.

Lloyds share price requires break Red on the chart, currently at 27.5p, to suggest reason for real concern as a drift down to 24 with secondary 18p remains possible.

 

Next week, it’s the turn of Barclays for analysis but we may opt for RBS instead, just to try something different in the retail bank sector.

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:02:39PM BRENT 43.12 ‘cess
10:08:38PM GOLD 1784.76 1770 1767.5 1761 1777 1787 1792 1803 1779 ‘cess
10:10:42PM FTSE 6285.79 Success
10:12:45PM FRANCE 5084.5
10:15:00PM GERMANY 12749.44 Success
10:17:00PM US500 3178.87 Success
10:19:41PM DOW 26288 26044 25962.5 25841 24243 26323 26418.75 26541 26140 Success
10:22:35PM NASDAQ 10609
10:24:38PM JAPAN 22652 Success

6/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6285 points. Change of 2.08%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,612,670,070 a change of 43.54%
3/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6157 points. Change of -1.33%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,213,499,960 a change of -37.56%
2/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6240 points. Change of 1.35%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,146,759,435 a change of -4.07%
1/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6157 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,364,963,061 a change of 0.93%
30/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6169 points. Change of -1.15%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,315,656,653 a change of 10.43%
29/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6241 points. Change of 1.33%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,813,785,764 a change of 2.33%
26/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6159 points. Change of 0.2%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,704,232,985 a change of 0.38%

The S&P 500 for 6/07/2020

#Brent #Dax The Nasdaq, now sailing higher than ever before, may perhaps be giving a suggestion of what’s ahead for the S&P and Wall St. We struggle to find any logic behind the Nasdaq behaving as if Covid-19 has never happened but suspect arithmetic may have something to do with it. One of these silly stock market sayings, ‘the price needs to go down before it goes up!’ often has a basis in fact.

In the case of virtually everything, either in the UK or the USA, the associated arithmetic threatens some extraordinary price movements once shares, index’ and commodities start exceeding recovery trigger levels. In the case of the S&P, we’re inclined to regard the Nasdaq as creating a recovery benchmark and this calculates at 3,229 points for the SP500 index. The Big Picture calculates with movement next above 3,229 providing an ambition of 3,400 points initially with secondary, if exceeded, giving 3,566 as a pretty major point of interest.

Visually, achieving our initial 3,400 will doubtless provide some hesitation, thanks to it matching the pre-Covid-19 high of February this year.

With all this potential excitement, it’s probably worth looking for any near term scenario which should prove capable of hitting a trigger level. Allegedly, moves next above 3,200 (The immediate Blue downtrend) should bring travel to 3,266 initially with secondary, if bettered, at 3,304 points. Given both targets threaten the trigger level of 3,229 being exceeded, this should give early warning of some Big Picture arithmetic kicking in.

 

For things to start going seriously wrong, we do have a couple of items worth considering. Firstly, below 3,000 points risks breaking the immediate uptrend, allowing reversal to an initial 2,773 with secondary, when broken, down at 2,407 points.

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:03:08PM BRENT 42.83 42.32 42.1 41.83 42.67 43.3 45.34 54.12 42
6:48:25PM GOLD 1776.08
6:53:59PM FTSE 6177.52 ‘cess
6:58:24PM FRANCE 5022.7
7:02:18PM GERMANY 12585 12470 12447.5 12375 12559 12600 12641.5 12698 12534 Sorry
7:03:50PM US500 3125.62
7:06:16PM DOW 25755 Success
7:07:53PM NASDAQ 10340.87
8:04:28PM JAPAN 22203 ‘cess

 

3/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6157 points. Change of -1.33%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,213,499,960 a change of -37.56%
2/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6240 points. Change of 1.35%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,146,759,435 a change of -4.07%
1/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6157 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,364,963,061 a change of 0.93%
30/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6169 points. Change of -1.15%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,315,656,653 a change of 10.43%
29/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6241 points. Change of 1.33%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,813,785,764 a change of 2.33%
26/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6159 points. Change of 0.2%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,704,232,985 a change of 0.38%
25/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6147 points. Change of 0.39%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,686,605,937 a change of -15.87%

FTSE for FRIDAY & France too 3/07/2020

#FTSE #Gold It’s easy to be irritated at the pace of FTSE recovery, especially compared with the US, most of Europe and the rest of the world. Perhaps it’s an inverse relationship to death rates. Even Brazils bounce from the initial Covid-19 low has outstripped UK performance. France, however, looks a bit problematic, tending to echo the UK’s lacklustre performance.

What’s interesting us about France is the presence of an important trigger level at 5195 points. If this market manages to close a session above such a level, some quite strong recovery can be mapped to an initial 5390 with secondary, if bettered, working out at 5715 points. Despite the CAC40 trading at 5049 (at time of writing), there appears sufficient reason to hope something is changing.

For France, near term moves above 5072 suggest the potential of recovery to an initial 5175 points with secondary, if bettered, at 5246 points. Theoretically, this should propel the index within reach of the 5195 trigger level.

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As for the FTSE, the important level the UK index requires better at attain “safety” is at 6750 points. Alas, we’re experiencing some difficulty finding sufficient logic capable of exceeding this level. We can calculate fairly close to this level but presently cannot invent an argument capable of bringing the UK market above this ideal point, with gains above 6750 promising the Covid-19 drop should be left behind as strong recovery becomes possible.

Near term, above 6262 points should provoke a fairly lame looking 6292 points with secondary, if bettered, a more encouraging 6330 points. Overall, we are supposed to believe the overall attraction shall come from 6385 points. It is interesting to note the Blue downtrend since February has proven more sacrosanct than the border around Leicester.

If triggered, the tightest stop looks like 6198 points.

The alternate scenario threatens of weakness below 6198 generating reversal to 6135 points. If broken, secondary is a slightly scary 6053 points, a move which will hint next week shall be pretty foul on the FTSE.

 

However, from the point at which the index closed Thursday, it feels like Friday should provide some upward entertainment. In addition, the first F1 race of 2020 is scheduled to happen in Austria (behind closed doors) and thus, optimism is permitted.

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
10:03:26PM BRENT 42.79 42 41.56 42.68 43.25 43.52 42.3 ‘cess
10:05:21PM GOLD 1775.79 1757 1751 1775 1780 1783.5 1766 Shambles
10:13:41PM FTSE 6239 6178 6149.5 6229 6263 6279.5 6194 ‘cess
10:15:56PM FRANCE 5027.7 4954 4940 4983 5057 5069.5 5019 Success
10:18:15PM GERMANY 12572 12315 12224.5 12514 12633 12646.25 12462 Success
10:19:51PM US500 3134.82 3111 3104 3140 3156 3177.75 3125 ‘cess
10:22:09PM DOW 25858 25779 25727 25959 26226 26269 25955 Success
10:24:09PM NASDAQ 10361 10289 10248.5 10369 10433 10495 10328 Sorry
10:26:26PM JAPAN 22315 22217 22184 22376 22379 22486.75 22266 Shambles

2/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6240 points. Change of 1.35%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,146,759,435 a change of -4.07%
1/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6157 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,364,963,061 a change of 0.93%
30/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6169 points. Change of -1.15%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,315,656,653 a change of 10.43%
29/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6241 points. Change of 1.33%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,813,785,764 a change of 2.33%
26/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6159 points. Change of 0.2%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,704,232,985 a change of 0.38%
25/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6147 points. Change of 0.39%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,686,605,937 a change of -15.87%
24/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6123 points. Change of -3.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,570,618,425 a change of 6.1%

TalkTalk for 2/07/2020

TalkTalk Telecom (LSE:TALK) Staying in Argyll has a strange side effect, random animals demanding food. Currently our two dogs, the two unwanted cats and now, two crows and two wood pigeons crave attention.  Along with a red squirrel and a fat frog we call Trevor. We’ve now got something like a corporate entity, complete diversity in feeding operations.

The mad thing, the dogs steal the cat food, the birds steal dog food, the squirrel steals the bird food and we suspect the cats eat elsewhere. As for Trevor the frog, he contributes to keeping the snail population down. Somehow or other, all the animals muddle along together except for the red squirrel which appears to enjoy teasing the others.

This, of course, brings us to TalkTalk. A few emails asking about the potential future for the share price gave a reason to visit the company website. We’d expected to find lots of information about the new 5G mobile transmission standard, widely anticipated to be the next “cash cow” for the industry. Instead, we find a company who mention mobiles in passing, instead focussing on their future aims to be at the heart of ‘Britain’s Full Fibre’ future. An initial, cruel thought was they intend further diversity into breakfast cereal. Instead, it appears TalkTalk Telecom intend to focus on providing fixed connectivity to consumers. We needed to scroll quite far down the page until a mention of their partnership with 02 appeared.

 

The immediate share price prospects for TalkTalk look a bit dodgy. Weakness next below 83p risks reversal to an initial 78p with secondary, when broken, at a bottom (hopefully) down at 70p. Despite our secondary visually challenging the Covid-19 low, the 70p level is marginally above this level and thus should present itself as capable of a bounce. Our ultimate bottom on TalkTalk, the point at which we cannot calculate below, calculates at 39p and presently there are no indications this price level should be troubled.

 

A perfectly defined downtrend since 2015 gives some vague hope for the future as it signals TalkTalk share price need only exceed 100p to finally escape, suggesting the potential of recovery to a useless initial 106p. If exceeded, secondary works out at 120p and a point where the visuals demand some hesitation. Only with closure above 120p dare we suggest real optimism as a future 188 becomes very possible.

 

We’re a little sceptical regarding this and surprisingly it’s to do with the ‘Telecom’ part of TalkTalk’s name. The advent of 5G looks capable of bringing mobile speeds, when tethered to a laptop, tablet, or PC, which match fibre optic broadband speeds. Experiencing these speeds without the need for fixed connectivity makes us wonder about the wisdom of TalkTalks future plans. As a result, some research is advised.

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
9:44:10PM BRENT 41.96 ‘cess
9:47:05PM GOLD 1771.46 ‘cess
9:49:46PM FTSE 6176.84 Success
9:59:09PM FRANCE 4950 4848 4734 4569 4950 4963 4993.5 5042 4910 Success
10:02:03PM GERMANY 12295 Success
10:04:31PM US500 3111 3067 3045 3017 3117 3128 3141.5 3191 3083 ‘cess
10:07:41PM DOW 25682
10:11:05PM NASDAQ 10271 ‘cess
10:14:01PM JAPAN 22218 Success

 

 

1/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6157 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,364,963,061 a change of 0.93%
30/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6169 points. Change of -1.15%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,315,656,653 a change of 10.43%
29/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6241 points. Change of 1.33%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,813,785,764 a change of 2.33%
26/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6159 points. Change of 0.2%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,704,232,985 a change of 0.38%
25/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6147 points. Change of 0.39%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,686,605,937 a change of -15.87%
24/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6123 points. Change of -3.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,570,618,425 a change of 6.1%
23/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6320 points. Change of 1.22%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,250,584,442 a change of -0.97%