Glencore (LSE:GLEN) Optimism

#FTSE #FRANCE Everything is now well in the world. Glencore, reinstating their dividend despite a $1.9bn loss, now enjoy a share price where we find it easy to calculate the price more than doubling in the longer term. Obviously, there are one or two minor hurdles to consider first but we suspect, thanks to the March 2020 Covid-19 drop, the stock markets are going to find many shares in a similar position. Essentially, once the strength of downward volatility is reversed, any bounce is liable to be flamboyant.

To illustrate, imagine dropping a ball and finding it bounces higher than the level it dropped from. Physics says this is impossible, assuming no additional energy is given to the ball but as traders know, share prices rarely follow the rules of physics. Or even common sense! But from a visual perspective, record losses are being ignored by the market and instead, the prospect of a dividend now makes Glencore an exciting share for the future.

 

To dwell on the chart, the immediate scenario suggests movement above 295p should next impart sufficient bounce for the share price to reach 408p. Visually, the 4 quid level makes a lot of sense and without a doubt, a glass ceiling since 2013 awaits at such a point. There’s also the problem of the downtrend since 2011, presently enacting a barrier around the 357p level. Amazingly, this is also extremely capable of matching the Feb 2020 Pre-Covid high level of 345p, giving two distinct excuses for some hesitation on the way up. Undoubtedly, there will be those trapped at the 345p level, potentially since 2018. Bailing at Break Even (BABE) is a very real event, one perfectly capable of provoking price hesitation. The Blue downtrend since 2011 is another and should both events occur at the same time, an assumption will grow of the downtrend being a “real” barrier to price growth.

Who knows, it make even be right!

 

We suspect this shall not prove to be the case, instead tending to speculate the 408p level is liable to provide sufficient long term excuse for hesitation. Goodness knows how long the scenario will take to unfold but from a Big Picture perspective, it makes perfect sense.

Only with closure above 408p shall we dare become breathless with anticipation, thanks to the Big Picture indicating an all time high of 731p becomes possible.

At time of writing, this FTSE 100 component is trading at 288p. The price needs below 210p to spoil our optimism.

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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
10:11:20PM BRENT 63.14
10:13:01PM GOLD 1794.68 Success
10:16:34PM FTSE 6748.77 6731 6706.5 6676 6774 6799 6813 6862 6733
10:18:10PM FRANCE 5784.5 5766 5760.5 5748 5794 5798 5808 5822 5776
10:20:58PM GERMANY 14054.26 ‘cess
10:38:27PM US500 3932 Success
10:40:48PM DOW 31545 ‘cess
10:42:20PM NASDAQ 13761
10:44:08PM JAPAN 30439 Success

 

16/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6748 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,561,960,634 a change of -0.72%
15/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6756 points. Change of 2.53%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,602,276,757 a change of 0.88%
12/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6589 points. Change of 0.93%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,553,303,054 a change of 2.03%
11/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6528 points. Change of 0.06%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,442,915,422 a change of -20.73%
10/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6524 points. Change of -0.11%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,866,229,755 a change of 17.93%
9/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6531 points. Change of 0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,822,084,195 a change of 11.88%
8/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6523 points. Change of 0.43%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,203,801,333 a change of -25.46%

Sterling vs Dollar gets exciting FX:GBPUSD

We reviewed this pairing at the start of January, expressing some optimism for Sterling against the US Dollar. To our surprise, GBPUSD and the FTSE both opted to start this week outperforming themselves and as always, the blame was laid on Covid-19. The thinking, apparently, is fairly simple. The more people vaccinated, the faster economic recovery should be as Lockdown restrictions are eased. Airline stocks will fly again, cruise lines will float off into the sunset, oil prices will bubble up, and the hospitality trade shall re-open.

The big question, one which shall consume the media, remains unanswered, ‘Will our vaccination passports sport blue or red covers?’ Maybe the public shall be required to exhibit a tattoo on  their forehead…

 

An important detail, or perhaps an admission of guilt, comes from the UK’s economic performance and the countries near 10% fall in GDP in 2020, the worst performance amongst the G7 group of wealthy nations. Despite this, Sterling is getting strong and the FTSE is starting to show early signs of proper recovery. We’d been expecting a crash but repeated profit warnings are “only” generating falls in share price around 6% rather than the traditional 20+%. Our thinking had supported a tsunami of share price drops forcing the FTSE into sharp reversal. This has not happened (so far), due to an outpouring of optimism due to vaccines administered and infection numbers falling. From reading international media, one could almost be convinced we’re at the onset of strong bull market conditions!

 

Will the FTSE head for 6,900+ and will GBPUSD demolish 1.5490? We’ll deal with the FTSE later this week but there remains some excuse for optimism with the currency pairing.

Presently trading around 1.390, the relationship needs exceed 1.392 to suggest near term traffic toward 1.406. We anticipate some stutters around such a level, if only due to the relatively huge jump possible to our secondary calculation. Longer term, above 1.406 works out with a target level of 1.4760, matching the high before the Brexit vote trashed the value of Sterling. Experience tends to highlight when a modest initial target appears, it’s almost as if the markets demand some volatility before discovering sufficient strength to reach a more distant secondary target.

For it all to go wrong for Sterling, the relationship needs founder below 1.320 to justify early concern.

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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
10:24:00PM BRENT 62.97
10:26:12PM GOLD 1819.14 1816 1808.5 1801 1824 1827 1829.5 1834 1816
10:29:58PM FTSE 6765.08 Success
10:32:13PM FRANCE 5786 Success
10:34:08PM GERMANY 14120.11 ‘cess
10:36:58PM US500 3953.95
10:39:00PM DOW 31653 31521 31491.5 31427 31609 31685 31701.5 31860 31590 Success
10:39:33PM NASDAQ Asleep for President Day
10:43:35PM JAPAN 30235 Success

15/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6756 points. Change of 2.53%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,602,276,757 a change of 0.88%
12/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6589 points. Change of 0.93%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,553,303,054 a change of 2.03%
11/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6528 points. Change of 0.06%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,442,915,422 a change of -20.73%
10/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6524 points. Change of -0.11%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,866,229,755 a change of 17.93%
9/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6531 points. Change of 0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,822,084,195 a change of 11.88%
8/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6523 points. Change of 0.43%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,203,801,333 a change of -25.46%
5/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6495 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,981,544,293 a change of 30.51%

MoonPig & NatWest

#BrentCrude #Dax With the trauma of yet another forgotten St Valentines Day upon us, we were fascinated to review #Moonpig share price in the hope of being able to say something intelligent for their future. After 9 trading days following their launch, we believe, quite firmly, investors will get more of a clue as to future movements from reading the pithy contents of greetings cards rather than from anything we say. We need a trading history to carry out analysis.

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NatWest (LSE:NWG) Unfortunately, with Natwest, we’re feeling similarly ineffective, though suspect it’s our old enemy, time, which is to blame. When we reviewed NWG a few weeks ago, we presented a scenario where the price needed better 172p to suggest some gains were coming. In four of the last five sessions, Natwest has successfully closed above our trigger level, so we can confirm a belief some gains are expected. Something quite peculiar is making itself known, a normally solid series of criteria all demanding the share price intends head to 191p as the next major point of interest. The actual target level varies by a penny or so, either above or below.

What really surprises is our long term secondary above 191p, calculating at 250p and presenting a visually sensible ambition. To be fair, traders would require being challenged in the optical department and advised to visit Barnard Castle, if choosing to ignore the Glass Ceiling In Waiting at such a level.

Natwest share price requires to close a session below 163p to cancel this optimism, easing open the door for some dangers. Below 163p computers with the potential of reversal to an initial 155p with secondary, when broken, at 148p and a very probable 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
11:54:48AM BRENT 62.42 60.1 59.245 58.14 61.08 62.55 66.93 68.55 60.16 Success
11:56:59AM GOLD 1825.34 ‘cess
1:29:57PM FTSE 6617.78 Success
1:33:33PM FRANCE 5715.5 Success
2:34:44PM GERMANY 14086 13897 13822.5 13734 14003 14088 14112 14179 13975
2:36:52PM US500 3939.52 ‘cess
2:39:14PM DOW 31487
2:41:11PM NASDAQ 13826 ‘cess
2:51:42PM JAPAN 29631 Success

12/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6589 points. Change of 0.93%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,553,303,054 a change of 2.03%
11/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6528 points. Change of 0.06%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,442,915,422 a change of -20.73%
10/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6524 points. Change of -0.11%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,866,229,755 a change of 17.93%
9/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6531 points. Change of 0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,822,084,195 a change of 11.88%
8/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6523 points. Change of 0.43%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,203,801,333 a change of -25.46%
5/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6495 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,981,544,293 a change of 30.51%
4/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6503 points. Change of -0.06%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,349,556,442 a change of 1.88%

FTSE for FRIDAY

FTSE FRIDAY #FTSE #GOLD

It’s time to talk about ‘our friend, the horizontal trend’. Few folk will be unaware of the dangers of sleeping on the job, something the FTSE has managed to accomplish pretty convincingly since the start of February. Essentially, the UK index has trapped itself within a (roughly) 100 point range, creating something we’re fond of calling a Horizontal Trend around the 6,500 point level.

Usually, when this sort of nonsense occurs following a market high, such as the spike on January 7th, it’s just a matter of patience while awaiting the market lemmings to rush over a cliff. In the case of the FTSE, we’d normally be privately confident the index intends shed around 500 points, eventually reversing down to the 6,000 point level, perhaps even 5,627 points if things get really serious. Visually, certainly there’s a strong argument favouring a rebound at the 5,600 level.

 

In the wider world, something else is happening. Both Germany and the US quite cheerfully created “Horizontal Trends” this year, the DOW JONES once residing at 31,000 points and the DAX finding favour with around 14,000 points. The absolutely critical difference with these markets is the “Horizontal Trend” line created generally can be thought of as a glass ceiling, a level we anticipate breaking when an upward rush occurs. For instance, once the DOW breaks free of its ceiling, an uninhibited rise to 32,000 points is expected. For Germany, we are looking for a 500+ point rise.

Alert readers, not yet asleep due to the onslaught of numbers above, will notice the conflict. The FTSE essentially wants to drop, the rest of the world wants to go up!

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As for Friday and the FTSE, we’re understandably nervous expressing any optimism. The UK index needs exceed 6,585 points to suggest the potential of some serious gains. Such a movement will suggest the market attempting to jump clear of the thin ice upon which it currently stands, calculating with an initial hope of 6,634 points with secondary, if exceeded, a more inspiring 6,749 points. Perhaps positive news is needed.

This writer received the Astrazeneca jag today, developing no side effects (it was a doddle), and with 12 hours gone since the vaccine was given, I’ve not caught Covid-19! Perhaps the markets need better news than a story about a wee, fat, hairy, Scottish bloke…

Closing the session at 6,528 on Thursday, London needs slither below 6,497 points to indicate trouble. This risks triggering reversal to an initial 6,463 points with secondary, if broken, at 6,322 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
10:45:56PM BRENT 60.73 60.52 60.335 61.3 61.4 61.765 60.52
10:48:00PM GOLD 1825.94 1820 1815.5 1828 1835 1836.5 1825 ‘cess
10:49:26PM FTSE 6525 6504 6487 6541 6556 6565 6513
10:52:53PM FRANCE 5670 5654 5637.5 5672 5687 5695.5 5658
10:54:54PM GERMANY 14013 13913 13844 13973 14051 14138.5 13975
10:56:34PM US500 3909 3888 3880 3916 3925 3937 3895
11:03:25PM DOW 31409 31377 31249.5 31451 31515 31553 31420 Shambles
11:05:21PM NASDAQ 13712 13628 13600.5 13702 13750 13790 13687
11:13:26PM JAPAN 29484 29302 29251 29395 29497 29529 29302 ‘cess

 

11/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6528 points. Change of 0.06%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,442,915,422 a change of -20.73%
10/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6524 points. Change of -0.11%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,866,229,755 a change of 17.93%
9/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6531 points. Change of 0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,822,084,195 a change of 11.88%
8/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6523 points. Change of 0.43%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,203,801,333 a change of -25.46%
5/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6495 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,981,544,293 a change of 30.51%
4/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6503 points. Change of -0.06%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,349,556,442 a change of 1.88%
3/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6507 points. Change of -0.14%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,250,745,013 a change of -4.46%

Astrazeneca thoughts (LSE:AZN)

#DAX #SP500 Unusually, we must admit to an interest with Astrazeneca (AZN). In the middle of January, a nice text from Nicola Sturgeon advised the jag was coming mid-Feb. Last week, the local GP called, telling me to attend tomorrow morning at 9.10am. As a result, if the vaccine doesn’t work, an axe will be ground. And if it does work, there will always be the suspicion I wouldn’t have caught Covid (again) anyway!

While being guilty of returning to this subject matter, as someone with a trashed immune system, the concept of being out and about while feeling “safer” will be quite exciting but with only one drawback. Apparently there’s a chance our grandchildren will visit again…

 

Astrazeneca share price is actually on the edge of trouble, closing 10th Feb at 7,247p. This, we feel, dangerous thanks to prior closing prices at the end of 2020 at 7,223p, especially as the difference between the two numbers is negligible. Despite the final nail remaining unhammered, we’re inclined to warn movement next below 7,223p risks reversal toward an initial 6,776 with secondary, if (when) broken at a bottom of 6,269 and hopefully a proper bounce.

The historic chart highlights something important. While the flourish above 10 quid last year illustrated a FTSE 100 component could perform with similar breathless abandon to an AIM share, the reality shows AZN has been steady, reliable, climbs since the low of the 2009 Financial Crisis. In spite of their Covid-19 vaccine, share price growth has proven strong over the years and we’re curious whether any reversal shall indeed “just” bonk the Red trend, resuming recovery thereafter.

To convince us the immediate relaxation cycle is an aberration, the share price needs strong recovery above 8,750p as this should prove capable of a fairly dull 9,140 with our longer term secondary, if exceeded, at 10,450 and a new all time high.

 

We suspect this shall prove worth watching in case 6,269p makes an appearance.

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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
10:09:31PM BRENT 60.97
10:11:18PM GOLD 1843.72
10:14:19PM FTSE 6520.13 ‘cess
10:21:39PM FRANCE 5660.7
10:24:34PM GERMANY 13933.58 13894 13846 13731 14035 14077 14139.5 14244 13956 Success
10:26:24PM US500 3912.42 3883 3869.5 3848 3920 3934 3940 3959 3912 Success
10:28:49PM DOW 31442 Success
10:30:25PM NASDAQ 13669
10:33:16PM JAPAN 29279 ‘cess
10/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6524 points. Change of -0.11%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,866,229,755 a change of 17.93%
9/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6531 points. Change of 0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,822,084,195 a change of 11.88%
8/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6523 points. Change of 0.43%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,203,801,333 a change of -25.46%
5/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6495 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,981,544,293 a change of 30.51%
4/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6503 points. Change of -0.06%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,349,556,442 a change of 1.88%
3/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6507 points. Change of -0.14%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,250,745,013 a change of -4.46%
2/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6516 points. Change of 0.77%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,495,808,707 a change of -1.14%

GSTechnologies thoughts

#FTSE #CAC40 Sometimes it’s easy to ignore the glaringly obvious. Once such instance came this morning while GST were trading at 2.22p. Instead of watching the share, prepping to answer a few emails, instead the lack of snow or rain demanded a start be made on our garden furniture, prepping it for summer. After all, it was only -5c outside and keeping occupied, wearing gloves, a particulate mask, a hat, and a set of coveralls would ensure the day was not wasted.

Once everything was ready, the electric sander plugged in, sanity slowly raised its ugly head as it was truly cold, despite the lack of a spiteful Scottish Highlands wind. Rather than admit defeat, rushing indoors to grab a jacket and pull it over the coveralls allowed an attack on the picnic table to commence. By 2.30pm, with GST share price knocking on 2.1p, it was time to concede to the climate and return indoors.

It transpires wearing a waxed cotton Barbour jacket while sanding is remarkably stupid. Worse, the jacket had been re-waxed just a few weeks ago and was now impersonating (successfully) an ‘oak effect’ jacket, dust from the sander adhering quite cheerfully to the country cliché green garment. While discovering the vacuum was not capable of removing the wood dust, my wife came home… Brownie points accumulated by starting a “to-do list” vanished.

 

Glaringly obvious, from our perspective, for GSTechnologies (previously Golden Saint Technologies) is a trigger level of 2.22p. This company, specialists in so called intelligent buildings with ambitions to become a data centre owner, are experiencing share price growth which visually is reminiscent of an enthusiastic team of folk ‘talking up’ the company prospects in discussion forums. This sort of thing always worries us, thanks to these events usually ending quite painfully for the majority of small, private, investors. It certainly explains a plethora of emails asking our thoughts!

 

Above 2.22p and things calculate as being capable of some excitement, working out with the potential of an initial 2.6p with secondary, if exceeded, a rather surprising 3.7p. We cannot calculate beyond such an ambition presently and of course, this does not mean a price cannot go higher. It just means we’ve run out of numbers. As always with share prices powered by enthusiasm, it’s worth remembering things can go wrong pretty quickly. Our comments on the $480 share, GameStop last week proved painfully prophetic, the price still reversing and hitting $46 on Tuesday.

Presently trading around the 2p mark, the share needs slump below 1.48 to indicate trouble as this takes the price into a region promoting the chance of reversal to an initial 0.95p. If broken, our longer term (or later that day) secondary works out at 0.53p along with a strong visual argument for a rebound. We cannot work anything out below 0.53p.

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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
10:51:09PM BRENT 61.15
10:57:31PM GOLD 1839 ‘cess
10:59:16PM FTSE 6551.68 6495 6468.5 6435 6538 6555 6561 6583 6523
11:01:38PM FRANCE 5697.7 5671 5664 5648 5691 5712 5720 5736 5674
11:03:38PM GERMANY 14034 ‘cess
11:05:28PM US500 3915.77
11:07:31PM DOW 31406 ‘cess
11:07:51PM NASDAQ Nothing to say Flat as a pancake
11:09:51PM JAPAN 29400
9/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6531 points. Change of 0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,822,084,195 a change of 11.88%
8/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6523 points. Change of 0.43%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,203,801,333 a change of -25.46%
5/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6495 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,981,544,293 a change of 30.51%
4/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6503 points. Change of -0.06%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,349,556,442 a change of 1.88%
3/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6507 points. Change of -0.14%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,250,745,013 a change of -4.46%
2/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6516 points. Change of 0.77%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,495,808,707 a change of -1.14%
1/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6466 points. Change of 0.92%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,559,234,674 a change of -18.33%

Boohoo Revisited

#Gold #SP500 Online retailer Boohoo remain a puzzle, thanks to the share price being pretty boring. News the company bought Wallis, Burton, and Perkins, failed to really catch the markets attention, the exercise obviously being an effort to purchase brand names and associated ‘High St’ customer loyalty. Our surprise at the lack of flamboyant price activity comes from other online retailers enjoying some quite strong performance.

We’ve established 380p as a trigger level for the future, one we feel worth watching for. Movement above 380p looks capable of fairly confidently producing traffic in the direction of 450p. The represents a new all time high for the share price and we’ve a sneaking suspicion some hesitation shall make itself known at such a point. Only with closure above 450p do things become truly exciting as our secondary is at 524p. In fact, long term we can even calculate a third ambition up at 585p.

 

This lack of flamboyance is nagging a bit but if we opt to search for trouble spots, the share price requires unzip below 275p to hint at things getting nasty, allowing reversal to commence to an initial 248p with secondary a bottom (hopefully) at 205p and ideally a rebound.

While the loss of around 2,500 jobs is an obvious problem, further confirmation of future problems for commercial landlords – both for High St and Shopping Mall locations – continue to make themselves clear. It’s likely the online side effect of Covid-19 shall forever herald a change in buying habits.

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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
10:17:48PM BRENT 60.6 ‘cess
10:19:57PM GOLD 1831.15 1812 1807.5 1797 1827 1839 1845.25 1854 1822 Success
10:21:56PM FTSE 6534 Success
10:33:11PM FRANCE 5697.2 Success
10:34:42PM GERMANY 14058 Success
10:37:18PM US500 3915.72 3891 3882.5 3871 3909 3917 3927 4002 3880 ‘cess
10:40:26PM DOW 31369 Success
10:42:24PM NASDAQ 13689
10:47:52PM JAPAN 29471 ‘cess

8/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6523 points. Change of 0.43%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,203,801,333 a change of -25.46%
5/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6495 points. Change of -0.12%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,981,544,293 a change of 30.51%
4/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6503 points. Change of -0.06%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,349,556,442 a change of 1.88%
3/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6507 points. Change of -0.14%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,250,745,013 a change of -4.46%
2/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6516 points. Change of 0.77%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,495,808,707 a change of -1.14%
1/02/2021 FTSE Closed at 6466 points. Change of 0.92%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,559,234,674 a change of -18.33%
29/01/2021 FTSE Closed at 6407 points. Change of -1.82%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,807,283,964 a change of 10.19%