FTSE for FRIDAY 22/05/2020

#FTSE #Gold The 8 o’clock NHS clap arrived, heralded by the sound of ships horns in the sea loch outside. To be honest, since inception, the event has been completely forgotten every week but tonight, while studying FTSE movements, an open office door ensured this gesture of support was actually remembered, belatedly.

 

The sound of ships horns aroused curiosity, apparently the sheltered sea lochs in Argyll are hosting several superyachts, their owners opting to ride out Covid-19 in an area enjoying reasonable weather (only at this time of year). These vessels arrived, dropped anchor, turned off their location beacons, and are completely ignored. However, a few helicopters leave Glasgow Airport in the evening, their radar tracks ceasing on arrival at a floating destination. It must be hell for those unfortunate folk, trapped on a luxury yacht and only able to travel by chopper! We wonder if these vessels tooted their support for NHS staff?

 

Of course, this has nothing to do with the FTSE except, like the sleeping superyachts, the market appears somewhat becalmed. When we drill down to “minute by minute” FTSE movements since the Coronavirus Pandemic hit its (initial?) bottom in March, something quite fascinating appears. We can calculate a Glass Ceiling at 6,103 points and surprisingly, the market seems to acknowledge it’s there, despite Covid-19 hysterics mixed with the UK PM and his amazing invisibility cloak.

Back in April, the FTSE managed to actually close a session above 6,103 points and again, on May 19th, the FTSE was spiked in the opening second above this level. While neither movement was to prove viable in generating recovery, they each contributed to our calculation which highlights 6,103 as something important. As a result, the situation now suggests CLOSURE above 6,103 or movement above 6,155 (the high from April) and we shall now regard the FTSE as heading up to an initial 6,450 with secondary, if bettered, at 6,650 and a strong suggestion of some hesitation.

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To return to the immediate, how does Friday look? Quite an intimidating number of folk view this weekly report and a market experiencing a 100 point trading range for the last week certainly makes us nervous.

Near term, movement above 6094 points is supposed to promote recovery to a useless initial 6120 points. If exceeded, secondary calculates at 6149 points though, there is a very real chance any positive mood on the market could continue a drive up to 6186 points.

The alternate scenario allows for weakness next below 6,000 points driving reversal to 5962 initially with secondary, if broken, at 5915 points. As the chart below, neither ambition is particularly threatening with the UK market needing break below 5,800 to justify visiting the underwear department, when next doing on-line shopping.

Or is it online shopping? The internet has brought some really sneaky changes, this being a prime example of language evolving. Unfortunately, finger memory tends ensure the original “correct” spelling is typed without question!

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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
10:26:24PM BRENT 36.35 36 35.555 36.59 37.16 37.47 35.25 ‘cess
10:28:25PM GOLD 1727.32 1716 1709 1736 1744 1755 1727 Success
10:30:32PM FTSE 6015.74 5999 5973.5 6039 6098 6135.5 6015 Sorry
10:32:19PM FRANCE 4452 4432 4415 4465 4503 4536 4453
10:34:50PM GERMANY 11062 11033 10997 11103 11115 11140.5 11067 ‘cess
10:37:45PM US500 2943.52 2936 2929 2960 2963 2970 2944 ‘cess
10:40:03PM DOW 24451 24354 24270.5 24529 24598 24664.5 24433 Shambles
10:58:25PM NASDAQ 9370 9354 9329.5 9430 9467 9481.5 9391 Shambles
11:00:30PM JAPAN 20474 20441 20337 20603 20695 20783 20500

 

21/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 6015 points. Change of -0.86%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,663,000,786 a change of 12.03%
20/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 6067 points. Change of 1.08%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,947,398,391 a change of 10.61%
19/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 6002 points. Change of -0.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,376,891,155 a change of -9.59%
18/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 6048 points. Change of 4.29%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,947,351,021 a change of 14.48%
15/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5799 points. Change of 1.01%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,195,107,449 a change of -15.28%
14/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5741 points. Change of -2.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,132,234,871 a change of 5.73%
13/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5904 points. Change of -1.5%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,799,712,485 a change of 7.88%

 

Lloyds for 21/05/2020

#SP500 #Japan Many shares are showing early signs of “coming off the bottom”. Needless to say, the Retail Bank Sector is not yet part of this grouping and #Lloyds remains resolutely trapped in the gutter. When last reviewed, we suggested Lloyds needed only exceed 35p to give hope, something the price carefully avoided!

 

Rather worse, in keeping clear of our 35p ‘early warning’ trigger level, Lloyds managed to briefly stumble below 27.7p. This movement risks real danger as weakness next below 27p risks further reversal toward 23p as a hopeful rebound level. And if broken, it almost must bounce by 20.7p, thanks to the only calculation below such a level indicating the price faces a final bottom down at just 5p.

We wonder if Lloyds share price shall face a Price Consolidation next in an attempt to make this FTSE100 component look more respectable. Eight years ago, RBS suffered a 10:1 split, thanks to the share price spending the previous 12 months trading in the 20p range. As it’s now trading around 100p (10p in real money) the effort didn’t really work, other than to propel the share price away from ‘penny share’ territory. We’re obviously just thinking aloud as there’s absolutely nothing to indicate a price split is planned, nothing aside from the painful detail Lloyds share price isn’t showing early signs for recovery yet.

 

The share STILL needs movement above 35p to give hope for the future. If there’s to be early warning of a movement to this early warning trigger (yup, we’re reduced to absurd levels of logic), next above 30.6p is supposed to deliver 31.5p. If bettered, our secondary calculation presents a confident looking 34.25p. While the visuals still suggest a Glass Ceiling awaits at the 35p level, we suspect closure above 34.25p shall deliver sufficient strength to allow a longer term ambition of 38p and beyond.

 

For now, Lloyds is quite troubling and we’re quite concerned regarding last weeks breach of 27.7p.

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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

9:56:07PM

BRENT

36.03

‘cess

9:57:30PM

GOLD

1748.13

9:59:23PM

FTSE

6074.07

10:01:08PM

FRANCE

4484.2

Shambles

10:04:21PM

GERMANY

11228.8

‘cess

10:07:32PM

US500

2977

2946

2936

2921

2975

2981

2988.5

3006

2958

10:10:02PM

DOW

24607.7

10:11:43PM

NASDAQ

9501.99

Success

10:13:12PM

JAPAN

20710

20532

20427

20300

20737

20808

20860.5

21037

20558

Success

20/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 6067 points. Change of 1.08%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,947,398,391 a change of 10.61%
19/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 6002 points. Change of -0.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,376,891,155 a change of -9.59%
18/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 6048 points. Change of 4.29%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,947,351,021 a change of 14.48%
15/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5799 points. Change of 1.01%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,195,107,449 a change of -15.28%
14/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5741 points. Change of -2.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,132,234,871 a change of 5.73%
13/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5904 points. Change of -1.5%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,799,712,485 a change of 7.88%
12/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5994 points. Change of -100%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,375,886,438 a change of 0%

 

 

Avacta Group Plc for 20/05/2020

#Avacta #FTSE Even the rumour of a Biotech company getting involved in anything Covid-19 related has ensured many share prices receive swift enhancements. With the chances of Formula 1 races being held behind closed doors at Silverstone, will “rapid tests” appear?

 

An announcement of the UK Govt “thinking about, maybe, introducing a 14 day quarantine on air arrivals”, two months after the outbreak and two months after the rest of the world introduced air travel restrictions (except Mexico!), Government Ministers were quick to announce International Motor Racing at Silverstone would be subject to new belated UK regulations. Perhaps they were keen to select an event capable of generating headlines telling the world of the UK’s  delayed draconian measures, showing the country with the 2nd highest number of worldwide deaths is fighting back. There’s a phrase about ‘Stable Doors and Horses’… but realistically, an ability to test teams on arrival and departure would serve to make the closed doors event as safe as possible.

 

Avacta, are one of the companies working in the test field, developing a point-of-care Rapid Test designed to screen large populations to diagnose coronavirus infection. As a devotee of F1, it’s difficult to comprehend why a regime of diagnosis should not allow motor racing to commence in the UK again. Similarly, why should this sort of thing not be employed in lesser sports such as football, tennis, rugby or croquet? On the other hand, make-believe sports like cricket can be safely ignored.

 

It’s quite frustrating, we prepped a report on AVCT last month, choosing not to publish it thanks to the growth potential sounding absurd. Needless to say, it achieved our initial target of 139p and exceeded it, so we’re revamping our expectations.

Presently trading around 146p, movement exceeding 151p calculates with the potential of further movement to 180p. If exceeded, our secondary works out at 226p. If triggered, the visuals indicate the share needs fail below 117p presently to cancel the growth potentials.

We should also point out our enthusiasm is slightly curbed at present, thanks to the price not yet managing to close above the level of 2015’s 151p. If we apply conventional price thinking, with closure above such a point longer term growth shall prove difficult to restrict.

As an aside, visiting a UK hospital today (Tuesday) proved sobering, required to wash hands, wear a face mask, declare a lack of certain medical symptoms, and given concise instructions on how to move around the building. The advent of a quick test will prove game changing in letting life return to normal, while we’re awaiting a cure.

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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
9:48:40PM BRENT 34.91
9:54:27PM GOLD 1745.53
9:56:38PM FTSE 5943 5929 5880.5 5801 6023 6119 6179.25 6254 5960 ‘cess
10:07:44PM FRANCE 4413 ‘cess
10:20:26PM GERMANY 10965
10:48:55PM US500 2919.16 2918 2910 2886 2964 2966 2983.75 3015 2934 ‘cess
10:52:58PM DOW 24204
10:56:39PM NASDAQ 9296 ‘cess
10:58:30PM JAPAN 20382 Success

 

19/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 6002 points. Change of -0.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,376,891,155 a change of -9.59%
18/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 6048 points. Change of 4.29%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,947,351,021 a change of 14.48%
15/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5799 points. Change of 1.01%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,195,107,449 a change of -15.28%
14/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5741 points. Change of -2.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,132,234,871 a change of 5.73%
13/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5904 points. Change of -1.5%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,799,712,485 a change of 7.88%
12/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5994 points. Change of 0.93%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,375,886,438 a change of -7.35%
11/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5939 points. Change of -100%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,802,382,632 a change of 0%

 

AO.com for 19/05/2020

#Gold #CAC40 #AO.com, the online retailer specialising in household appliances and electricals, appears worth a glance, despite their irritating advertising jingle.

Then again, whatever agency tasked with the job of making something appealing out of two single letters did face an unenviable task. The companies prior name, Appliances Online didn’t really give greater scope for artistic creativity.

However, we’re more interested in their share price potentials as we continue our occasional scan through online suppliers, pretty convinced “proper” shops face a dodgy future in any post Covid-19 world. The only issue, one which is pretty major, will come from shoppers who prefer ‘look and feel’, prior to making a choice. Personally, it would be correct to admit choosing a specific camera in a High St outlet, opting to actually buy the device online due to it being 50 quid cheaper. The days of being “sold” an item by informed staff are, broadly speaking, gone, when frequenting one of these retail parks where the only real advantage is the parking.

 

AO.com appear to have a share price giving hope for the future. Movement next above 104p suggests truly unimpressive travel to 109p next. With closure above 109p, things become interesting as continued moves to an initial 140p are hoped for. If exceeded, secondary calculates at 183p and visually, a chance the share price shall hopefully break through the glass ceiling established since 2015.

As always, we can counter this positive attitude with a case of nerves. We’d be quite concerned, should the price find any excuse to now settle below 85p as this risks promoting reversal to 71p. If broken, our secondary works out at a ridiculous sounding 47p, an ambition which matches the Covid-19 low of March!

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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
10:13:02PM BRENT 35.69 Success
10:15:11PM GOLD 1733 1726 1715 1698 1744 1746 1756.75 1761 1739 ‘cess
10:18:46PM FTSE 6062.83 Success
10:20:56PM FRANCE 4505 4420 4393 4350 4486 4523 4564.5 4617 4436 Shambles
10:33:25PM GERMANY 11083 Shambles
10:36:34PM US500 2950 Success
10:40:58PM DOW 24572 Success
10:44:33PM NASDAQ 9327 Shambles
10:46:29PM JAPAN 20562 Success

 

18/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 6048 points. Change of 4.29%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,947,351,021 a change of 14.48%
15/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5799 points. Change of 1.01%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,195,107,449 a change of -15.28%
14/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5741 points. Change of -2.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,132,234,871 a change of 5.73%
13/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5904 points. Change of -1.5%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,799,712,485 a change of 7.88%
12/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5994 points. Change of 0.93%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,375,886,438 a change of -7.35%
11/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5939 points. Change of 0.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,802,382,632 a change of 2.67%
7/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5935 points. Change of -100%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,651,341,668 a change of 0%

 

 

Aston Martin for 18/05/2020

#Brent #DAX When we last reviewed Aston Martin back in January (link) we proposed a pretty foul drop potential of 170p eventually. As the share was trading around the 4 quid level, such a drop ambition appeared positively insane. But with Covid-19, the mighty fell and in Astons case, our 170p was to prove a brief 1 month moment in time as the market had a greater punishment in store.

 

The share price also supplies a pretty solid example of what we mean, when warning of a movement breaking target on an initial surge. In this scenario, a break, especially closure, below a target (in a dropping price example) tends nullify any “what happens next”, if the target level given is a secondary. In plain English, anyone planning a super bounce from 170p was liable to be disappointed as any rebound was liable to prove fairly short lived. This sort of thing occurs too often to be ignored with the result we rarely trust any share (in a falling market) when a major drop target is broken.

There is an important caveat.

What about if the target is broken in the first second of trade? Should this occur, we pay very close attention to what happens next, thanks to opening second downward spikes often being the harbinger of surprise price recovery. Our rule of thumb allows 90 minutes for a price to exceed the level at which the market is showing the day opening at. If this is the case, continued recovery is probable.

 

As for Aston Martin, the share price certainly has some issues as it’s presently trading in a region where we can calculate “Ultimate” bottom at 20p. We’re unable to calculate below such a level and suspect below 27.5p shall signal, hopefully, a final surge downward. However, there’s a chance the recent low of 27.5p shall be deemed “close enough” to indicate some residual strength in the price, resulting in the immediate situation where recovery next exceeding 40p should prove capable of returning the price to the 55p level initially. If exceeded, our longer term secondary calculates at 87p and realistically, we shall require stirring the tea leaves again at such a point.

Closure above 87p does certainly allow 142p to make an appearance but we never trust price targets where the calculation dumps a share price in the middle of a prior gap movement. We’re unable to think of a single instance when this sort of scenario proved viable as a miracle recovery will generally ‘cover the gap’ with a flamboyant movement. Or fizzle out completely.

Who knows, perhaps Silverstone hosting 2 Grand Prix (behind closed doors) in July shall provide Red Bull / Aston a chance to shine!

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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

3:48:47PM

BRENT

33.1

31.43

30.925

30.2

32.44

33.1

33.41

34.79

31.45

Success

3:23:24PM

GOLD

1743

Success

3:48:50PM

FTSE

5834

‘cess

4:03:23PM

FRANCE

4291

‘cess

4:05:39PM

GERMANY

10516

10370

10313

10233

10471

10510

10553

10609

10410

4:08:00PM

US500

2860.77

Shambles

4:16:55PM

DOW

23660

4:18:37PM

NASDAQ

9127

‘cess

4:20:29PM

JAPAN

20022

FTSE for FRIDAY 15/05/2020

#Gold #Dow #FTSE Two wood pigeon, a crow, and a magpie walked into a bar and none of them were even blonde! Walking in the forest on Thursday, the same 4 birds looked deep in conversation, just standing on the grass. Grudgingly, they flew off before the camera app would even start. The FTSE, down 3.5% at the time, was clearly the victim of the animals scheming as there was no doubt they were up to no good.

 

When the markets experience “A Day” such as Thursday, curiosity demands the cause be identified with the first check being the Business section of Google News, always expecting the media to be misreporting something Trump or Johnston has said. The next choice is presently China and aside from a brilliant headline – “China Threatens to Stop Buying Aussie Politicians” – there was nothing clear. It’s Thursday and US weekly jobless claims day, an event usually capable of driving the market upward regardless how many people are not eating properly. Oil prices proved pretty useless, Gold was slightly interesting. But UK and Europe indexes had taken a stupid pill, as had the US market futures prior to the open.

It looked like our initial suspects, the 2 fat pigeons, a crow, and a magpie, must indeed be the culprits thanks to conventional news sources being utterly divided as to the cause of a day of flamboyant drops. Of course, it’s the markets, and sometimes things happen because things happen. However, from our perspective, there was to be something pretty useful with the level of drops achieved, one of the rare situations where we can be pretty confident of a future scenario.

 

There appears to be a pretty major trigger level down at 5,660 points. Movement now below such a point promises reversal to an initial 5,550 points followed by a bounce of sorts. But if 5,550 breaks, it’s easy to suspect a secondary of 5,395 shall make itself known pretty fast. If triggered, the tightest stop is at 5,775 and hideously wide. It’s possible 5,720 will suffice but the levels of volatility presently are tending demand absurd stop levels.

Equally, it’s visually possible no stop shall be required if the movement triggers as reversal risks being swift.

 

A contrary scenario asks, what happens if the FTSE (not after hours futures) exceeds 5,775 points? In such a case, we’d hope for movement to an initial 5,851 points with secondary, if bettered, at 5,907 points. Put plainly, we’re about to experience a “Fingers Crossed Friday!”

Have a good weekend.

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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
10:39:56PM BRENT 31.77 30 29.505 31 31.8 31.915 30.27 ‘cess
10:42:15PM GOLD 1730.72 1710 1701 1719 1737 1741.75 1721 Success
10:44:19PM FTSE 5789.07 5720 5688.5 5790 5801 5849.5 5724 Success
11:02:27PM FRANCE 4303.02 4242 4170 4303 4315 4323.5 4242 Success
11:04:48PM GERMANY 10462 10164 10076 10286 10481 10566 10355 Success
11:14:32PM US500 2851.84 2828 2810.5 2860 2859 2864 2831 Success
11:17:06PM DOW 23634 23223 23095 23420 23683 23813.75 23430 Success
11:19:00PM NASDAQ 9093 8930 8862 9020 9116 9148.5 9016 ‘cess
11:20:53PM JAPAN 20078 19900 19748.5 20100 20161 20249.25 19900 Success

 

14/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5741 points. Change of -2.76%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,132,234,871 a change of 5.73%
13/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5904 points. Change of -1.5%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,799,712,485 a change of 7.88%
12/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5994 points. Change of 0.93%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,375,886,438 a change of -7.35%
11/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5939 points. Change of 0.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,802,382,632 a change of 2.67%
7/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5935 points. Change of 1.4%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,651,341,668 a change of -8.8%
6/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5853 points. Change of 0.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,196,887,003 a change of 18.35%
5/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5849 points. Change of -100%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,236,126,168 a change of 0%

 

 

TUI Ag for 14/05/2020

#Gold #DOW Once we get past a company choosing to name themselves after a Star Wars character, it’s probably worth considering the future for a company invested in airlines, hotels, cruise ships, travel, and retail stores. In fact, if you cherry-picked a list of industries liable to be affected, due to Covid-19, TUI undoubtedly picked the winning hand. When it came to travel, they’re the equivalent of a smug child owning the best properties in a game of Monopoly.

As every family knows, there’s always the risk of the Monopoly board being knocked over ‘accidentally’ and without doubt, the Coronavirus looks pretty capable of providing a pretty firm nudge against TUI’s once confident future.

TUI, the largest travel and tourism company in the world, are a massive employer internationally (Their real name is Touristik Union International) and already warn 10% of their workforce face the chop as the organisation attempts to fight what they describe, with remarkable German understatement, “the greatest crisis the industry has ever faced”.

 

Obviously, we needed to update our thoughts on their share price.

 

On March 16th, the point at which the markets experienced the first solid Covid-19 drop, TUI managed to reach a low of 218 and hasn’t really recovered since. This was a share when the end of February brought hints of danger hitting the fan, the share price was trading over 8 quid. It has already suffered a disproportionate drop, one which it looks difficult to recover properly from. The situation now suggests weakness below 218p risks reversal to 167p and hopefully a proper rebound.

We’d warn, quite firmly, of caution should 167 break on the day of any further drop. A break below 167 risks future reversal to an “Ultimate Bottom” of 15p which visually looks ridiculous. We cannot calculate below 15p.

 

Despite the visuals suggesting TUI needs above 800p to escape this mess, even a nod above the prior post-drop high of 430 shall give considerable hope for a future. We cannot calculate below 15p and are not inclined to discount it. After all, some of the retail banks hit some pretty impressive (at the time) bottoms in 2009.

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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
9:51:45PM BRENT 29.81
9:54:33PM GOLD 1715.43 1698 1694 1686 1710 1718 1721 1730 1706 ‘cess
9:57:06PM FTSE 5867.57 ‘cess
9:59:41PM FRANCE 4329.7 Success
10:09:03PM GERMANY 10534 Success
10:12:51PM US500 2824.27 Success
10:16:19PM DOW 23309 23055 22997 22477 23346 23433 23486 23696 23388 Success
10:21:08PM NASDAQ 9021 Success
10:23:49PM JAPAN 20140 Success

 

 

13/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5904 points. Change of -1.5%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,799,712,485 a change of 7.88%
12/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5994 points. Change of 0.93%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,375,886,438 a change of -7.35%
11/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5939 points. Change of 0.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,802,382,632 a change of 2.67%
7/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5935 points. Change of 1.4%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,651,341,668 a change of -8.8%
6/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5853 points. Change of 0.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,196,887,003 a change of 18.35%
5/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5849 points. Change of 1.67%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,236,126,168 a change of -8.24%
4/05/2020 FTSE Closed at 5753 points. Change of -100%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,706,354,809 a change of 0%