FTSE for FRIDAY & GBPUSD for 25/09/2020

#FTSE #GBPUSD It’s easy to think of Sterling’s woes as being a Brexit thing or a Covid thing but the harsh reality of the decline in the pounds strength dates back to 2007 and the start of the financial crash. The chart below spells out this drama with painful clarity, GBPUSD failed to recover from the crash, steadily edging lower in the period since.

We’ve been predicting parity (or worse) for this pair, quite literally for years. The market has proven fairly rigid with its 13 year Blue downtrend with a simple glance indicating the relationship requires exceed 1.34 at present to suggest something game changing is happening. Needless to say, we’ve our own collection of mumbo jumbo reasons to distrust something as obvious as a trend line. Instead, we can calculate GBPUSD needs above 1.39 to cancel the chances of parity making an appearance eventually. In such a miraculous event, we can point to recovery to 1.53 initially with secondary, if exceeded, an amazing sounding 1.71. The surprising thing about the secondary calculation is it’s quite pleasing visually, matching a peak level from 2014 and suggesting a glass ceiling awaits.

Unfortunately, we’re not terribly optimistic, entirely due to the long term threat of parity.

We feel it more likely this relationship shall founder below 1.21, triggering sharp reversal to an initial 1.11 and taking the pair into a zone where our secondary longer term calculation works out at 1.01 and hopefully “bottom”.

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FTSE for Friday (FTSE:UKX) The market did not complete Thursday in a happy place, making us fear Friday shall produce some continued FTSE misery. Weakness next below 5803 points (but don’t trust a spike down at the open) suggests reversals coming toward an initial 5757 points. If broken, our longer term (or later that day) secondary calculates at 5683 points! If triggered, the tightest stop is relatively sane at 5867 points. In fact, the risk/reward ratio is such we’re starting to wonder if a negative day shall occur.

The converse scenario comes, should the FTSE manage to stagger above 5867 points as this carries the potential of recovery to a useless 5886 points. If exceeded, our secondary works out at 5938 points, taking the UK market into a region where optimism can easily provide a 3rd target level at 5980 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
9:03:40PM BRENT 42.25 41.65 41.31 42.47 43 43.185 42
9:27:02PM GOLD 1870 1848 1844 1877 1877 1881 1853
9:56:05PM FTSE 5846 5801 5766 5867 5893 5913 5833 ‘cess
9:59:34PM FRANCE 4771.2 4743 4707.5 4800 4807 4824 4762
10:02:06PM GERMANY 12645 12513 12462.5 12649 12667 12714 12604
10:04:20PM US500 3252.02 3209 3195 3255 3267 3280 3239 Success
10:09:05PM DOW 26865 26539 26412 26881 27102 27170 26805 ‘cess
10:21:54PM NASDAQ 10932 10787 10746 10955 11036 11103.5 10822 ‘cess
10:24:21PM JAPAN 23147 23066 22980 23173 23180 23251.5 23070 Success

 

24/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 5822 points. Change of -1.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,769,890,114 a change of 0.59%
23/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 5899 points. Change of 1.2%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,741,814,629 a change of -1.55%
22/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 5829 points. Change of 0.43%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,816,339,128 a change of -8.93%
21/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 5804 points. Change of -3.38%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,288,811,181 a change of -43.99%
18/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6007 points. Change of -0.69%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 9,442,217,884 a change of 120.95%
17/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6049 points. Change of -0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,273,425,233 a change of -23.19%
16/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6078 points. Change of -0.44%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,563,460,983 a change of 15%

Saga Plc for 24/09/2020

#FTSE #DOW It’s been nearly a year since we produced some truly depressing numbers for #Saga’ future share price. (link)  The intervening period has seen the share live down to expectations, hitting and breaking our drop target of 14p. While this number represented an “ultimate” bottom, the period since the March covid-19 drop has produced some further potentials.

 

Unfortunately, none of these potentials are particularly encouraging!

 

The immediate situation is fairly grim, suggesting ongoing weakness below 11p risks reversals to an initial 5.5p and there’s a pretty good argument to hope for some sort of bounce, should such a level make an appearance. With closure below 5.5p, our “ultimate bottom” now works out at 0.25p. Whatever rot established itself for the share price certainly can look further than the pandemic, if seeking to apportion blame as the writing was on the wall for some time before the virus struck. However, there can be little doubt Saga’s target market will doubtless be avoiding congregating with flights and cruises, due to them also being the target market for Covid-19.

Since the start of September something “funny” has been going on with Saga’s share price as it has enjoyed a pretty well managed decline. Presently, the share needs trade above 20p to give hope for a miracle recovery, calculating with the potential of moves to an initial 30p with secondary, if exceeded, a longer term 43p.

We’re not hopeful.

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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
10:07:39PM BRENT 41.91 ‘cess
10:09:46PM GOLD 1863.98 Success
10:11:15PM FTSE 5864.37 5832 5814.5 5761 5899 5975 5990.5 6021 5907 Success
10:14:16PM FRANCE 4762 Success
10:27:25PM GERMANY 12558 Success
10:31:47PM US500 3240 Shambles
10:34:39PM DOW 26804 26770 26698 26421 26916 27242 27316.5 27520 27123 ‘cess
10:41:17PM NASDAQ 10824 Sorry
10:43:11PM JAPAN 23212 Success
23/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 5899 points. Change of 1.2%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,741,814,629 a change of -1.55%
22/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 5829 points. Change of 0.43%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,816,339,128 a change of -8.93%
21/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 5804 points. Change of -3.38%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,288,811,181 a change of -43.99%
18/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6007 points. Change of -0.69%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 9,442,217,884 a change of 120.95%
17/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6049 points. Change of -0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,273,425,233 a change of -23.19%
16/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6078 points. Change of -0.44%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,563,460,983 a change of 15%
15/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 1.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,837,644,674 a change of 35.92%

Avacta for 23/09/2020

#Nasdaq #France Despite the UK Prime Minister effectively cancelling Xmas, it became pretty evident he’s desperately hoping for a fast, efficient, and accurate method of testing for Covid-19. As a result, we thought we’d better revisit one of the companies we previously reported on in May, #Avacta. We puzzle why the UK does not already employ similar tests used in Italy, ones which feature a 15 minute delay at the airport while awaiting the test result?

 

However, internet chatrooms are alight with speculation about some near term share price optimism amongst companies involved in the testing sector, thanks in no small way to Boris’s speech to the nation on Tuesday. In the case of Avacta, we’ve slight hesitation in embracing optimism, due to the share price failing (just) to reach our previous secondary target level of 226p. A lunge at 215p was hopeful but failing to reach this target level carries the threat of inherent weakness.

Presently the share requires to trade below 150p to justify serious concern, this allowing weakness to establish toward an initial 137p with secondary, if broken, at a bottom (hopefully) of 117p.

 

However, if the man who killed Xmas has just delivered an early present to traders, we shall be inclined to optimism at any movement next above 177p as this calculates with the potential of a visit to an initial 196p. If exceeded, our secondary works out at 219p, a visually pleasing number marginally higher than achieved in May and taking the share price into a region which promises substantial longer term gains. As always, it’s “fingers crossed” time.

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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
11:08:17PM BRENT 42.19 ‘cess
11:10:29PM GOLD 1901.82
11:12:29PM FTSE 5884.6 Success
11:14:49PM FRANCE 4809.9 4761 4744.5 4714 4799 4821 4829.25 4839 4794 ‘cess
11:17:36PM GERMANY 12685.38
11:19:59PM US500 3308.02 ‘cess
11:23:14PM DOW 27312 ‘cess
11:26:02PM NASDAQ 11149 10919 10833.5 10708 11113 11207 11323.5 11538 11024 ‘cess
11:30:41PM JAPAN 23026
22/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 5829 points. Change of 0.43%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,816,339,128 a change of -8.93%
21/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 5804 points. Change of -3.38%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,288,811,181 a change of -43.99%
18/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6007 points. Change of -0.69%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 9,442,217,884 a change of 120.95%
17/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6049 points. Change of -0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,273,425,233 a change of -23.19%
16/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6078 points. Change of -0.44%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,563,460,983 a change of 15%
15/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 1.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,837,644,674 a change of 35.92%
14/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6026 points. Change of -0.1%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,559,218,269 a change of 1.56%

Gulf Keystone for 22/09/2020

#Brent #SP500 Like many in the oil industry, GKP have not experienced a good pandemic. We fear things are about to get worse for the share price, trading around 71p at time of writing. Or, to be fair, 0.71p thanks to a 100:1 share split back in 2016 with a movement which completely failed its attempt to make the share price sound more respectable!

The immediate situation is fairly brutal with weakness below 70p calculating with the potential of reversals to an initial 60p.

 

It’s at this price level where things get quite scary, even more alarming than the criticism which (used) to be received from the gang of bullies who used to “talk up” Gulf Keystones share price in internet chat rooms. Disagreeing with their narrative would generate complaints, threats of boycotts, letters to editors, and some fantasy conspiracy theories.  Thankfully, this grouping appears to have emigrated to pastures new, hopefully learning the lesson that gravity exists, regardless of their opinions. Unfortunately, their enthusiastic support for a failing share price doubtless has trapped substantial numbers of naive investors, folk who once believed internet forums could be trusted.

 

Our concern above the 60p level comes, should the price close below this level. In such a case, we’ve two quite distinct scenario with each providing exactly the same “bottom” target for this share price. When this sort of thing happens, we tend pay quite a lot of attention as the drop target tends prove correct, ideally along with a rebound when the target is achieved.

In the case of GKP, closure below this level works out with a bottom potential at 25p, a price level which should prove useful to those awaiting the worst.

 

At present, Gulf Keystone needs exceed 81p simply to exceed the downtrend formed since the Coronavirus dip in March of this year. Such a miracle calculates with an initial recovery target at 90p with secondary, if exceeded, a visually pleasing 98p. This challenges the highs since Covid-19 hit but more importantly, also takes the price above a downtrend which dates back 4 years. Closure above 98p shall, we feel, prove game changing for GKP’s recovery prospects.

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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
10:18:48PM BRENT 42.18 41.37 41.05 40.8 42.02 42.24 42.51 42.67 41.54 Success
10:21:26PM GOLD 1913.05 Success
10:36:10PM FTSE 5834
10:39:26PM FRANCE 4827.5 Success
10:42:24PM GERMANY 12635
10:44:46PM US500 3280.32 3256 3227 3106 3291 3290 3306.5 3333 3255 Success
10:49:08PM DOW 27143 Success
10:51:15PM NASDAQ 10983 ‘cess
10:54:06PM JAPAN 22900

 

21/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 5804 points. Change of -3.38%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,288,811,181 a change of -43.99%
18/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6007 points. Change of -0.69%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 9,442,217,884 a change of 120.95%
17/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6049 points. Change of -0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,273,425,233 a change of -23.19%
16/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6078 points. Change of -0.44%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,563,460,983 a change of 15%
15/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 1.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,837,644,674 a change of 35.92%
14/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6026 points. Change of -0.1%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,559,218,269 a change of 1.56%
11/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6032 points. Change of 0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,504,460,601 a change of -8.69%

 

Outlook Updated Today.

 LSE:AFC AFC Energy** **LSE:AGM Applied Graphene** **LSE:BARC Barclays** **LSE:BDEV Barrett Devs** **LSE:BP. BP PLC** **LSE:CASP Caspian** **LSE:CPI Capita** **LSE:DDDD 4D Pharma** **LSE:EMG MAN** **LSE:EZJ EasyJet** **LSE:FRES Fresnillo** **LSE:GKP Gulf Keystone** **LSE:HSBA HSBC** **LSE:IAG British Airways** **LSE:IGG IG Group** **LSE:IPF International Personal Finance** **LSE:LLOY Lloyds Grp.** **LSE:NG. National Glug** **LSE:NWG Natwest** **LSE:PMG Parkmead** **LSE:PMO Premier** **LSE:RR. Rolls Royce** **LSE:STAN Standard Chartered** **LSE:TW. Taylor Wimpey** **LSE:VOD Vodafone** **

NatWest PLC for 21/09/2020

#Gold #Dax As mentioned on Friday, we think the UK banking sector is almost at a logical bottom, the point where some sort of rebound can be hoped. In the case of #NatWest, this now translates to a share price drop potential around the 94p level. But only if we apply share price movements since the March Covid-19 drop. If we opt to zoom out and search for further reasons to be miserable, our secondary drop potential stinks.

The immediate situation is fairly straightforward.

 

Weakness next below 96.6 risks promoting reversal down to 94p next but unfortunately, thanks to a couple of price manipulation gaps in the last few months, this number could extend down to 90p. We’d hope for a rebound in the 90’s, if only due to the historical low of RBS share price back in 2009 when it bottomed at 9.8p during the last stock market crash. Of course, 9.8p translates as 98p thanks to the share price experiencing 10:1 consolidation. However, it’s worth remembering, if we adjust Friday closing price of 96.88p, the share is already below its prior all time low as the share is really at 9.688p.

Our calculations allow a secondary, should the 90p level break, at 70p and a price level where we’d hope for a real bounce. In fact, ideally we’d hope for a rebound to occur somewhere between the two drop levels as this will imply some residual strength in the share price. Natwest is not a happy share at present.

 

For any miracles to occur, Natwest needs trade above 101p to ideally enter a cycle to an initial 110p. If exceeded, our secondary calculates at 121p.

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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
2:26:37PM BRENT 43.46 ‘cess
2:38:46PM GOLD 1950.86 1944 1935 1922 1956 1960 1967.5 1979 1948 Success
2:41:20PM FTSE 6003.5 ‘cess
2:45:07PM FRANCE 4970 Success
3:11:57PM GERMANY 13158 13096 13032.5 12954 13151 13158 13183 13226 13103 Shambles
2:06:40PM US500 3326.59 Shambles
2:10:01PM DOW 27721 ‘cess
2:14:12PM NASDAQ 10957
2:20:10PM JAPAN 23209

18/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6007 points. Change of -0.69%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 9,442,217,884 a change of 120.95%
17/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6049 points. Change of -0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,273,425,233 a change of -23.19%
16/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6078 points. Change of -0.44%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,563,460,983 a change of 15%
15/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 1.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,837,644,674 a change of 35.92%
14/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6026 points. Change of -0.1%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,559,218,269 a change of 1.56%
11/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6032 points. Change of 0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,504,460,601 a change of -8.69%
10/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6003 points. Change of -0.15%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,837,937,083 a change of -13.67%

FTSE for FRIDAY & The Banking Sector (Maybe important!) for 18/09/2020

#FTSE #Nasdaq When we last reviewed the Banks Index, we provided an argument favouring 1,896 as “bottom”. It hit this level today, 17th Sept, and has rebounded a bit. Unfortunately (as always) we have a couple of concerns worth mentioning before anyone goes ‘all out’ on one of the retail banks.

On the day the Banks Index reversed and achieved our Big Picture drop target level, it also broke target quite marginally, hitting 1895.37 points before bouncing. Normally we’d tend shrug off a target level exceeded by 0.63 points as it’s minimal and probably a calibration error. Alas, there’s a sodding great HOWEVER which dare not be forgotten. Both Barclays and NatWest managed to breach pretty important numbers, each share slithering below  the crucial 100p level during Thursdays trade. While neither share closed the day below this psychological level, the message was sent of 100p no longer being sacrosanct for either bank share price, creating a situation where we shall not be surprised to witness further reversals on these two major components of the sector.

About the best we can hope is for the 94p level, curiously an identical possible bounce level for each bank, shall be honoured in the days ahead. If this share price level fails to provide a trampoline effect, it becomes pretty certain our ‘Post Covid-19 Drop’ computation of 1730 shall provide the proper bounce level for the banking sector.

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FTSE for FRIDAY (FTSE:UKX) On Thursday 17th, the FTSE experienced some really strange movements and closed the session at 6062 points. We shall be quite interested, if the index manages above 6085 points as this will suggest some coming recovery to an initial 6120 points. If exceeded, our secondary calculation works out at a less confident looking 6145 points. Should this scenario trigger, the tightest stop loss level looks like 6045 points, a number which appears sensible in the risk/reward stakes.

Importantly, in the event of the above coming to fruition, we shall anticipate further movement in the week ahead, ideally almost attempting the 6400 level!

 

Of course, there’s a potential flip side to the argument. We’d have concerns if the FTSE finds an excuse to wander below the 6019 level as reversal to 5983 is expected. If broken, secondary calculates at 5956 points and hopefully a bounce.

 

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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
9:59:34PM BRENT 43.67 42.9 42.58 43.7 43.84 44.13 43.3 ‘cess
10:01:43PM GOLD 1944 1941 1934 1950 1949 1953 1942 Success
10:04:14PM FTSE 6045 6019 5979 6059 6059 6068.5 6020 Shambles
10:32:15PM FRANCE 5042.5 5015 4999.5 5048 5055 5076.5 5027 Success
10:34:38PM GERMANY 13226 13095 13028.5 13203 13255 13287.5 13156
10:36:09PM US500 3356.17 3319 3302 3364 3365 3377.5 3328 Success
10:38:35PM DOW 27910.7 27674 27493.5 27844 28062 28260.5 27800 Success
10:40:42PM NASDAQ 11078 10915 10657 11190 11196 11318.5 11018 Success
10:42:26PM JAPAN 23322 23263 23204.5 23359 23367 23396 23268 Success

 

17/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6049 points. Change of -0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,273,425,233 a change of -23.19%
16/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6078 points. Change of -0.44%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,563,460,983 a change of 15%
15/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 1.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,837,644,674 a change of 35.92%
14/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6026 points. Change of -0.1%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,559,218,269 a change of 1.56%
11/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6032 points. Change of 0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,504,460,601 a change of -8.69%
10/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6003 points. Change of -0.15%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,837,937,083 a change of -13.67%
9/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6012 points. Change of 1.38%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,445,872,932 a change of -0.63%

Nikola Corp for 17/09/2020

#Gold #WallSt It made sense, since his surname had been nicked, someone would use #Nikola Tesla’s forename for an electric vehicle company. In this case, the product is trucks, along with a dollop of controversy. A little issue of complaints to the US Justice Dept, along with the US SEC has ensured a fairly bumpy ride for the share price recently. In addition, gossip among internet chatrooms has been quite delicious, essentially open warfare between “true believers” and sceptics.

The company announced a partnership with General Motors and already have substantial partnerships with the likes of Bosch. The “true believer” camp points out, with a degree of sense, neither company would proceed with Nikola unless they’d conducted extensive research on the company. After all, corporate bodies never make mistakes, do they?

 

From our strictly numbers perspective, we have some doubts to the shares immediate potentials. Currently trading around 33 dollars, it appears weakness next below 30 dollars risks reversal toward an initial 23.5 dollars. If broken, hopefully the share price shall bottom and bounce eventually at the 16.3 dollar level. Of course, it’s unknown whether any bounce will prove capable of emulating Tesla, a company presently trading at 443 dollars but whose price once enjoyed languishing at the 7 dollar level. We’d certainly have grounds for concern, should events drive Nikola down below its previous low of 26.7 dollars as this effectively takes the share into uncomfortable territory, where our maximum bottom calculation is prefaced by a minus sign!

We have our doubts as to whether further reversals shall take place. Instead, we’ll be more interested should NKLA manage to trade above the 41 mark as this looks capable of triggering recovery to an initial 50 dollars with secondary, if exceeded, at a longer term (and potentially game changing) 65 dollars.

 

Perhaps worth keeping an eye on as a bunch of folk who missed The Tesla Boat are liable to jump on board this one.

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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
10:25:27PM BRENT 42.68 Success
10:27:32PM GOLD 1959.78 1952 1947 1938 1961 1974 1978 1988 1961 ‘cess
10:40:01PM FTSE 6081
10:41:49PM FRANCE 5050.2 ‘cess
10:44:34PM GERMANY 13212 Shambles
10:48:18PM US500 3390 ‘cess
10:51:44PM DOW 28066 28010 27856 27682 28235 28240 28384 28698 28050
10:53:34PM NASDAQ 11275 Shambles
10:55:10PM JAPAN 23445

 

16/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6078 points. Change of -0.44%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,563,460,983 a change of 15%
15/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 1.31%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,837,644,674 a change of 35.92%
14/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6026 points. Change of -0.1%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,559,218,269 a change of 1.56%
11/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6032 points. Change of 0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,504,460,601 a change of -8.69%
10/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6003 points. Change of -0.15%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 3,837,937,083 a change of -13.67%
9/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 6012 points. Change of 1.38%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,445,872,932 a change of -0.63%
8/09/2020 FTSE Closed at 5930 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,474,047,176 a change of 45.17%