Friday FTSE & GOLD for 7/08/2020

#FTSE #GOLD Gold’s behaving like a ramped AIM stock. When we gave our (astoundingly accurate) Gold prediction on 24th June, we anticipated some hesitation around the 2055 level. We did not expect the hesitation to last for just 22 hours and only provoke a 25 dollar reversal before climbing. But that’s what happened, the precious metal again attaining another all time high on Thursday 6th August.

So what’s next, given Gold has managed to exceed our 2055 level? Is the metal about to leap upward to the 3000 dollar level as some remarkably lunatic analysts are predicting. We’re forced to be a little optimistic now as above 2070 now looks capable of a further rise to 2093 dollars. If bettered, secondary calculates at 2165 dollars but overall, we’re forced to admit 2299 dollars works out as the next major point of interest, a price level where “normal rules” again mandate some volatility should be expected.

If it all intends go wrong, the earliest warning signal looks like the yellow stuff trading below 2028 dollars as this allows reversal to an immediate 2016 with secondary, when broken, calculating at 1995 dollars. To be blunt, if this occurs, it could also tumble to 1956 with painful speed as the price attempts to mimic what happens to over-enthusiastic AIM shares.

For the present, the Big Picture is being quite serious, suggesting the 2300 level should be treated with respect. It’s a “Higher High” thing!

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FTSE for FRIDAY Another weekend, another Grand Prix. Hopefully less boring than last weeks insipid Silverstone, a race which stored all the excitement until the final lap, when Louis Hamilton proved why he’s world champion! The climactic ending, unfortunately, did follow the script for the childrens cartoon “Cars”!

Also following a script is the UK stock market. Unfortunately, it’s possible the script is in a language no-one can read as the market is producing some incredibly illogical movements presently. The low this week of 5856 points actually did make a lot of sense but what’s occurred since is rather confusing.

Near term, if the index makes it below 5980 points, we’re calculating a visit to 5924 is expected with secondary, if broken, at 5853 points

This secondary is troublesome, slightly below Mondays dip and presenting the risk of negative news driving the UK index down to 5630 or lower. Visually, the tightest stop is at 6,080 points.

 

The other side of the coin speculates what’s possible, should the FTSE manage to claw its way above 6045 points. Apparently we can calculate an initial ambition at 6083 points with secondary, if exceeded, up at 6158 points. If triggered, the tightest stop looks like 5978 points.

 

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
10:46:50PM BRENT 45.24 44.94 44.47 45.65 45.8 45.99 45.1
10:48:28PM GOLD 2063.17 2049 2043 2061 2067 2068.5 2059
10:51:05PM FTSE 6057.43 6008 5978 6060 6060 6079 6027 ‘cess
10:54:03PM FRANCE 4910 4858 4826.5 4898 4919 4936 4884 Success
10:55:55PM GERMANY 12660.61 12573 12537.5 12673 12683 12750.5 12614 Shambles
10:58:24PM US500 3350.42 3306 3298 3332 3352 3364 3316 ‘cess
11:00:59PM DOW 27371 27143 27045 27300 27403 27438.5 27270 ‘cess
11:03:58PM NASDAQ 11264 11062 10996 11162 11284 11411.5 11092 Shambles
11:06:25PM JAPAN 22424 22280 22188.5 22410 22475 22537.5 22311 ‘cess

 

6/08/2020 FTSE Closed at 6026 points. Change of -1.28%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,266,025,733 a change of -25.48%
5/08/2020 FTSE Closed at 6104 points. Change of 1.13%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,724,834,824 a change of 13.25%
4/08/2020 FTSE Closed at 6036 points. Change of 0.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,055,051,224 a change of 18.31%
3/08/2020 FTSE Closed at 6032 points. Change of 2.29%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,272,722,908 a change of -22.49%
31/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 5897 points. Change of -1.54%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,512,609,995 a change of 17.63%
30/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 5989 points. Change of -2.32%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,686,446,061 a change of 8.2%
29/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6131 points. Change of 0.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,331,168,852 a change of 8.86%

Drax PLC for 6/08/2020

#Germany #Nasdaq At this time of year, some considerable effort is made to “lay in” a decent supply of firewood for the coming winter here in Scotland. As anyone with oil fired heating knows, it’s not the cheapest way to heat a home. Being blessed with a forest in the back garden, it seemed an easy plan to attach chain and rope to seasoned fallen trees, then use our little red tractor to pull the trunks over the cliff and down to the garden eventually.

Matters went well until the first tree dropped off the cliff, on hitting the ground it defied gravity and leapt sideways into the base of the waterfall. This gave a couple of issues, namely the tree trunk was clearly heavier than the tractor which became briefly airborne before getting partially lodged in the stream gully. And secondly, the waterfall flow rate is presently a health hazard, thanks to what TV weather described as “biblical levels of rain”. An innocent attempt to have a supply of timber, ready for friends to chainsaw and chop this weekend, created a tableau which shall be greeted with slowly shaken heads.

This was a job which should not have been tackled solo!

Of course, while sitting looking out at the abandoned tractor, sufficient reason was given to wonder how Drax shall cope next year. They plan to close their coal fired facility, instead focussing on wood fired green energy as they aim to become a “Zero Carbon” energy supplier eventually. Hopefully the company engage brain before trying to drag logs down a hill…

Drax share price, presently around 289p, only needs exceed  295p to hopefully trigger some growth to an initial 339p. If bettered, our secondary calculates at a longer term 361p but visually, closure above 339p looks like being game changing for the shares future. Such an event will tend suggest the Glass Ceiling around the 339 level has broken and we should make long term plans for 480p and beyond.

If Drax intend spoil the party, the share price needs slip below Red on the chart, currently around 240p. Such a movement threatens reversal to 208p initially with secondary, if broken, working out at 151p and hopefully a bottom.

Our suspicion is Drax share price plans some gains.

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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
10:08:31PM BRENT 45.32 Success
10:27:18PM GOLD 2038.24 Success
10:29:32PM FTSE 6061
10:31:15PM FRANCE 4914.7 ‘cess
10:44:00PM GERMANY 12615 12575 12520 12440 12642 12760 12807 12878 12646
10:49:00PM US500 3324.27 Success
10:55:12PM DOW 27182 Success
10:57:46PM NASDAQ 11107 11068 11034.5 10990 11136 11168 11176 11212 11090 ‘cess
10:59:23PM JAPAN 22480 ‘cess

 

5/08/2020 FTSE Closed at 6104 points. Change of 1.13%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,724,834,824 a change of 13.25%
4/08/2020 FTSE Closed at 6036 points. Change of 0.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,055,051,224 a change of 18.31%
3/08/2020 FTSE Closed at 6032 points. Change of 2.29%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,272,722,908 a change of -22.49%
31/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 5897 points. Change of -1.54%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,512,609,995 a change of 17.63%
30/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 5989 points. Change of -2.32%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,686,446,061 a change of 8.2%
29/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6131 points. Change of 0.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,331,168,852 a change of 8.86%
28/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6129 points. Change of 0.41%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,978,793,130 a change of -6.88%

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Kefi Minerals for 5/08/2020

#FTSE #DOW It was a surprise to discover, in addition to oil wealth, Saudi Arabia may also enjoy reserves of Gold, Silver, Copper, and Zinc. Kefi Minerals, mainly focused on Ethiopian reserves, jumped across the Red Sea in 2019 to explore a few locations in Saudi. What really caught our eye was their baseline cost around $900 per ounce, on a day when GOLD finally exceeded the $2,000 benchmark!

 

Kefi share price, trading around 1.8p at time of writing, is starting to show some reasonable potentials. In the event of the price next exceeding 1.88p, we’re looking for price recovery to an initial 2.51p with secondary, if exceeded, at 3.17p. Either one of these numbers represents a surprising gain from the current share level. Historically, the adjust price has traded substantially higher than currently and the visuals suggest CLOSURE above 4p shall be regarded as game changing for the longer term. We mention this as, should 3.17 somehow be exceeded, we can calculate a third target level of 4.1p…

 

For it all to go horribly wrong, the price needs slip below 1p, retreating below the level of the Blue downtrend since 2016. We feel sufficient early warning shall be given, if any excuse is discovered to take the share below 1.5 as this threatens an initial 1.2 with secondary, if broken, down at 0.98p and real trouble.

It’s an interesting share and doubtless worth some investigation.

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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
10:30:19PM BRENT 44.46 ‘cess
10:33:08PM GOLD 2019.97 Success
10:44:52PM FTSE 6045.46 5982 5963 5924 6040 6063 6133 6229 6013 Shambles
10:46:44PM FRANCE 4892.2
10:54:06PM GERMANY 12620 Shambles
10:55:32PM US500 3306.57 ‘cess
10:58:38PM DOW 26858 26546 26468.5 26338 26659 26860 26965 27057 26670 ‘cess
11:00:42PM NASDAQ 11090
11:03:04PM JAPAN 22501 ‘cess

 

4/08/2020 FTSE Closed at 6036 points. Change of 0.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,055,051,224 a change of 18.31%
3/08/2020 FTSE Closed at 6032 points. Change of 2.29%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,272,722,908 a change of -22.49%
31/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 5897 points. Change of -1.54%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,512,609,995 a change of 17.63%
30/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 5989 points. Change of -2.32%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,686,446,061 a change of 8.2%
29/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6131 points. Change of 0.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,331,168,852 a change of 8.86%
28/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6129 points. Change of 0.41%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,978,793,130 a change of -6.88%
27/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6104 points. Change of -0.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,272,805,133 a change of 6.51%

Cineworld for 4/08/2020

#Gold #DOW We were surprised to receive some email questions regarding #Cineworld share price, essentially harbouring private suspicions Cinema’s are about to become a thing of the past. With Covid-19 refusing to go away, will sufficient numbers be willing to gather to watch a movie or a play? Just think, the sound of coughs in the moments before a film starts has always been part of the experience!

Cineworld are certainly heavily invested in the entertainment industry with 790 venues across 11 countries, claiming to be the second largest chain in the world. Since the initial pandemic drop, the share price has failed recover above 100p, a level we’d regard as absolutely crucial to be exceeded if there’s to be sensible warning for proper price recovery. At time of writing, the share is at 38p and miles away from challenging this crucial trigger level. Another, slightly pedantic, detail is the lowest the Big Picture allowed us to calculate against this share was a price level of 165p. In theory, every drop target below such a level was prefaced with impossible minus signs.

 

All this gloom doubtless hints we’re not feeling terribly optimistic for the chains future but as an experiment, we opted to review what the share price requires to give early warning “something” positive may be happening. It looks like there’s a trigger level at 43p with movement above such a point calculating with recovery to an initial 48p with secondary, if exceeded, working out at 56p. The chart visuals suggest attaining 56p shall prove important, challenging the immediate downtrend since March 2020.

With closure above 56p, things start to become slightly more interesting as acceleration to 81p is expected.

If we forget “Big Picture” potentials and simply work with price movements just for this year, the share now has an ultimate bottom of 9p. It needs above Blue on the chart to rubbish the prospect.

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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
9:49:24PM BRENT 43.95 ‘cess
9:51:24PM GOLD 1977.43 1960 1956 1947 1971 1982 1985.5 1994 1970
9:54:27PM FTSE 6024 Sorry
9:56:44PM FRANCE 4882.5
9:59:21PM GERMANY 12665 Success
10:11:55PM US500 3295 ‘cess
10:14:55PM DOW 26659 26499 26433 26341 26653 26709 26795 26875 26569 Shambles
10:17:06PM NASDAQ 11061.79 ‘cess
10:19:15PM JAPAN 22381 Success

 

3/08/2020 FTSE Closed at 6032 points. Change of 2.29%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,272,722,908 a change of -22.49%
31/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 5897 points. Change of -1.54%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,512,609,995 a change of 17.63%
30/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 5989 points. Change of -2.32%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,686,446,061 a change of 8.2%
29/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6131 points. Change of 0.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,331,168,852 a change of 8.86%
28/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6129 points. Change of 0.41%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,978,793,130 a change of -6.88%
27/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6104 points. Change of -0.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,272,805,133 a change of 6.51%
24/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6123 points. Change of -1.42%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,011,520,814 a change of -5.85%

Lloyds Bank & The Kama Sutra for 3/08/2020

#Brent #SP500 Obviously, we dare not discuss sex positions in an article about the stock market. So it’s probably safer to mention some other positions which are probably more familiar to readers, along with one in particular which it’s certain a majority of traders don’t know exists. It took the largest cargo airplane in the world, the Antonov AN-225, to provoke this refreshing dip into the world of the glaringly obvious.

News the Antonov 225 was visiting a local airfield for a couple of hours was quite electrifying. Despite an utter hatred of flying, the writer suffers from absolute fascination of flying machines, doubtless the result of a childhood addiction to ‘Biggles’ books. There were also, unfortunately, several childhood attempts to build a glider, only one of which caused a hospital visit thanks to gravity and its evil influence.

But the temptation to drop everything and rush across to the mainland to view the aircraft totally consumed plans for Sunday. Knowing quite a crowd would doubtless turn out, a viewing location was chosen which would ideally be under the glide path when the beast approached Prestwick Airport. If everything went to plan, I’d be able to take a few snapshots as it approached low over the sea, not quite the thrill of St Maartens but a fairly reasonable ‘Scottish Poundshop’ facsimile.

This is where “taking a position” entered the frame. I “took a position” by deciding not to bother going. Thanks to leukaemia treatment, a compromised immune system ensures avoiding people is essential. I was about to place myself on a beach amongst a crowd of complete strangers, despite the Covid-19 fear climate.

This was actually quite a big deal.

Of all the aircraft in the world, this particular one must be a ‘bucket list’ entry for a certain class of sad aircraft fanatics. Opting to stay safe at home was a really big mental hurdle.

 

But there’s a remarkable link to stock market thinking with this story. Doubtless, many readers come across adverts for various brokers while viewing webpages. Many of these adverts grudgingly inform; ‘78% of customers lose money when using this broker’. The highest loss number seen, so far, has been 87% of clients losing money.

There’s a fairly brutal and straightforward reason for all these horrific losses and it’s absolutely nothing to do with specific brokers. Customers enthusiastically feel they must have a trade in place, a short position, a long position, a buy order, a sell order. A mainstay of Las Vegas images are suckers endlessly paying money into slot machines.

What people forget is “Doing Nothing” is also taking a position. There is absolutely no rule, no law, dictating you must trade all the time. Successful traders know when to simply turn off and go do something else. Their reasoning will vary but it always comes down to a lack of confidence. Other punters experience losses, glibly explained by using the term “over-trading”.

If not comfortable with something, why risk money? But personally, I suspect I shall always regret not going to see that big airplane.

 

As for Lloyds, there’s probably a bunch of folk now declaring things like “Lloyds is cheap”, and “Lloyds Share Price is a Steal”. At time of writing, the share is at 26.3p, a price level painfully distant from the 64p it started 2020 with. Rather worse, it feels like there’s the potential of further relaxation ahead as weakness below 25.5p points at coming reversal to 24p with secondary, if broken, at a hopeful bottom of 21.25p or so.

This bottom level visually compares with the 21.6p low at the end of 2011, so this alone should serve to provoke a bounce. In addition, this “bottom” target level calculates slightly above our ultimate drop level of 18p, again suggesting price reversals are finally in an endgame phase.

Perhaps there’s an oddball note worthy of mention, thanks to a couple of movements during the last three sessions. In the event the market opts to gap Lloyds Bank share price UP above 29p in the coming week, there’s a heck of an argument favouring taking a long position, then waiting to see where it goes.

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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
8:48:13PM BRENT 43.67 42.72 42.485 42.04 53.52 43.82 44.125 44.93 43.33
9:25:32PM GOLD 1975.56 Success
9:49:59PM FTSE 5919.66 ‘cess
9:56:27PM FRANCE 4793 Shambles
9:58:38PM GERMANY 12354 ‘cess
10:01:00PM US500 3277 3256 3239.5 3226 3269 3277 3290.5 3314 3252 ‘cess
10:04:14PM DOW 26484.2 Success
10:05:58PM NASDAQ 10929
10:08:50PM JAPAN 21946 Success

 

31/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 5897 points. Change of -1.54%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,512,609,995 a change of 17.63%
30/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 5989 points. Change of -2.32%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,686,446,061 a change of 8.2%
29/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6131 points. Change of 0.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,331,168,852 a change of 8.86%
28/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6129 points. Change of 0.41%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,978,793,130 a change of -6.88%
27/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6104 points. Change of -0.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,272,805,133 a change of 6.51%
24/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6123 points. Change of -1.42%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,011,520,814 a change of -5.85%
23/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6211 points. Change of 0.06%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,260,959,883 a change of -10.5%

FTSE for FRIDAY & GBP vs EURO 31/07/2020

#GBPEUR #FTSE Obviously, there are some things more important than the markets. Apparently the writers waistline is one of them and with “Lockdown” easing, a wife with a history of fad diets insists something new is tried. Yup, this time around it’s been “Goodbye Sugar” and “Hello Fat” as something called the Keto diet is enforced, quite brutally if the truth be told.

To be honest, ditching sugar for July has proven quite easy, despite a lifetime addiction to the stuff. Few things provoke more eyebrow action and sympathetic looks than saying, “Yes, coffee please, with milk and three sugar”, at any sort of meeting. This has been a drink of choice for 40 years, something it was assumed would cause withdrawal symptoms. A guilty secret, discovered in the days of rubbish coffee machines which always ran out of sugar, has been tolerance of black, straight, coffee. It was simply the case the sweet stuff was preferred but never, ever, essential. An entire month without sugar, bread, pasta, croissants (especially croissants) was survived, a weight loss of 5 kilos achieved. The surprising aspect of this “Keto” diet has been the amount of fats consumed, essentially trying to train the body to burn fat rather than carbs. A diet which includes bacon, sausage, steak, and rack of lamb cannot be all bad!

The moral behind this nightmare story, some addictions are easy to break.

 

Of course, will Brits addiction to holidays in Europe makes itself apparent or will GBP vs The Euro remain trading in doldrums territory, the pairing not doing a lot since April?

Trading around 1.1050 presently, the relationship only needs firm up above 1.1091 to suggest some recovery coming to an initial 1.1194 with secondary, if exceeded, at a pretty confident looking 1.1449. For some reason, the market has expressed hesitation at the 1.1500 level repeatedly since the Covid-19 drop, common sense suggesting it’ll doubtless happen again. Only above 1.15 and we’d argue quite firmly in favour of continued recovery to 1.1928, hitting the pre-Covid-19 price level.

Should things opt to go pear shaped (cannot eat fruit on the Keto diet, due to natural sugars), below 1.09 looks troublesome as 1.0677 remains possible with secondary, if broken, at a bottom hopefully of 1.015.

Sorry about the tenuous link between the subjects above. 
Really needed an excuse to mention that 5kg weight loss!

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FTSE for FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) Thankfully PayPal quickly proved why we opted to write about it on Wednesday. It’s hopefully worth paying attention when we drag an oddball out to comment as usually it means we’ve spotted something useful. Things are rather more difficult with our regular “FTSE for FRIDAY” feature as sometimes we don’t have a clue where to start.

Thankfully, this time around, we’ve rather a lot to write about but our enthusiasm is slightly dampened by the UK market briefly sneaking below 5930 points on Thursday. We’d been expecting 5930 to make an appearance for quite some time, an ambition constantly frustrated by a stock market anxious to prove (again) our grasp of timeframes was tenuous. We’d again reminded clients of the 5930 threat in our private gossip on Wednesday, not for a movement expecting the drop to happen the following afternoon. But the moment the FTSE slithered below 6068 points, the ruling drop potential became inevitable.

But there’s a problem.

The FTSE did not bounce at 5930. Instead, it bounced at 5924 points and we’ve discovered, far too often, such pedantic breaks can prove truly important as they frequently imply ruling weakness. As a result, the threat exists of weakness below 5924 points bringing further reversal to an initial 5858 points with secondary, if (when) broken at a bottom and hopefully, a proper rebound, at 5640 points. Nothing suggests this should all occur on the same day but as mentioned previously, our grasp of time is dodgy.

 

The contra scenario suggests paying attention should the UK market strengthen above 6008 points (though distrust an upward spike in the opening second of trade) as it allows for recovery to an initial 6057 points with secondary, if bettered, calculating at 6141 points. We do suspect, near term, some recovery is probable though next week risks being pretty grotty.

Have a good weekend and enjoy Silverstone on telly!

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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
9:55:10PM BRENT 43.65 42.66 42.315 43.72 44.2 44.53 43.27 Success
9:57:42PM GOLD 1957.63 1939 1934.5 1951 1962 1966 1946
10:01:01PM FTSE 6043.43 5976 5867 6038 6070 6084 6020 Success
10:15:03PM FRANCE 4883.7 4844 4807 4890 4891 4926 4866 Success
10:18:08PM GERMANY 12527 12413 12294 12487 12565 12664 12422 Success
10:21:01PM US500 3273 3238 3227.5 3255 3277 3303 3238 Sorry
10:23:08PM DOW 26491 26256 26177 26381 26522 26575 26286 Success
10:25:07PM NASDAQ 10894 10683 10597 10770 10909 10992 10703 Sorry
10:27:10PM JAPAN 22270 22170 22109.5 22292 22292 22372.5 22176 Success

 

30/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 5989 points. Change of -2.32%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,686,446,061 a change of 8.2%
29/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6131 points. Change of 0.03%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,331,168,852 a change of 8.86%
28/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6129 points. Change of 0.41%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,978,793,130 a change of -6.88%
27/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6104 points. Change of -0.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,272,805,133 a change of 6.51%
24/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6123 points. Change of -1.42%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,011,520,814 a change of -5.85%
23/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6211 points. Change of 0.06%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,260,959,883 a change of -10.5%
22/07/2020 FTSE Closed at 6207 points. Change of -0.99%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,760,873,416 a change of -15.1%