HSBC for 18/06/2020

#France #Nasdaq HSBC, UK based, do not appear to be missing many own goals at present. Their stance on China interference in Hong Kong, criticised by both UK and US governments was trumped, when they announced 35,000 job cuts as a “thank you” for staff efforts during lockdown. We can only wonder if they intend make negative comment on BLM, a statue somewhere, or the (often silly) debate over the number of biological genders.

 

However, thus far it appears their share price has not succumbed to temptation and flung itself into the sea. Perhaps the real problem lies below 358p, the immediate drop target. According to our calculations, 358p is liable to prove extremely problematic for the price as movement below risks triggering reversal to an initial 302p. Visually, this is extremely dangerous as it takes the price below the level of the financial crash in 2009, opening the doors for 165p to make an appearance as “ultimate” bottom.

Of course, Ultimate Bottom provides no certainty a share price will rebound. It’s one of these numbers we simply cannot presently calculate anything below!

 

Perhaps it’s the case the recent lows of 370p are deemed “close enough” to 358p by a market which perceives some strength in HSBC. If this is indeed the case, the share price needs exceed 394p (at time of writing, it’s 382p) as this calculates with an ambition of 410p. In the event this initial target level is exceeded, the price ticks the first box for bottom being “in” and allows a secondary calculation up at 436p.

 

For now, we suspect HSBC shall doubtless find an excuse to explore 358p and hopefully the market appreciates the price is staring into an abyss, thus forcing a strong recovery.

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FUTURES

Time Issued Market Price At Issue Short Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Long Entry Fast Exit Slow Exit Stop Prior
9:53:37PM BRENT 40.6
10:00:39PM GOLD 1727.23 ‘cess
10:03:03PM FTSE 6234.21 Sorry
10:05:11PM FRANCE 4974 4948 4933.5 4902 5014 5028 5041.25 5093 4977 ‘cess
10:07:08PM GERMANY 12355.37
10:08:44PM US500 3118
10:10:26PM DOW 26168
10:27:10PM NASDAQ 9995 9928 9887 9830 10020 10058 10085 10132 9995 ‘cess
10:37:28PM JAPAN 22470 ‘cess

 

 

17/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6253 points. Change of 0.18%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,840,674,157 a change of -3.28%
16/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6242 points. Change of 2.94%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,038,997,708 a change of 21.55%
15/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6064 points. Change of -0.67%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,968,429,954 a change of -16.12%
12/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,923,571,843 a change of -4.84%
11/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6076 points. Change of -4%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,224,767,909 a change of 0.67%
10/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6329 points. Change of -0.14%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,183,586,009 a change of -20.17%
9/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6338 points. Change of -2.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,746,073,267 a change of -2.7%

 

 

Glencore PLC 17/06/2020

#FTSE #Japan This share price has received rather a hammering. When we last reviewed #Glencore in September 2019, we whimsically completed our report (link) with the two sentences below;

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As can be guessed, tacking this on at the very end of a 500 word report was “just” us covering ourselves in case it all went wrong. But somehow or other, the criteria we’d given for the share price being trashed seems to have been aware of the coming pandemic and Glencore’s share price duly obliged with a movement lemmings would be proud of. In the cold light of day, Glencore actually broke our 132p, eventually opting to bounce from 110p.

The big question, obviously, is to discuss whether the current bounce can be regarded as having any integrity. After all, our 132p ambition was broken on the initial surge downward, implying greater weakness is possible in the future. Despite this gloomy potential, we can report the rebound appears to have legs and we calculate strength now exceeding 182p should reach for an initial 204p. Our secondary ambition, should such a target be exceeded, works out at a rather more flamboyant 254p.

While 254p has a nice ring to it, it’s worth pointing out the visual cues should such a level be attained. Since November last year, this price level has formed a vague “glass ceiling” with the result some hesitation is very probable if the price makes such a lunge upward.

 

Hopefully this time around, we shall not again curse the price by gluing our caveat to the end of this report. Glencore needs trade below 156p to justify a raised eyebrow as this threatens coming weakness to an initial dangerous 142p. If broken, secondary calculates at a rather poisonous 114p, meeting the uptrend since 2016…

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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

9:57:23PM

BRENT

40.83

Success

9:59:46PM

GOLD

1727

Shambles

10:08:44PM

FTSE

6242

6181

6177

6148

6244

6271

6316.5

6446

6183

Success

10:33:31PM

FRANCE

4946

Success

10:35:51PM

GERMANY

12292

Success

10:38:59PM

US500

3125.97

Success

10:41:38PM

DOW

26272

Success

10:43:36PM

NASDAQ

9960

Success

10:46:06PM

JAPAN

22327

22168

22027

21835

22409

22603

22724.75

22784

22374

Success

16/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6242 points. Change of 2.94%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,038,997,708 a change of 21.55%
15/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6064 points. Change of -0.67%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,968,429,954 a change of -16.12%
12/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,923,571,843 a change of -4.84%
11/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6076 points. Change of -4%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,224,767,909 a change of 0.67%
10/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6329 points. Change of -0.14%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,183,586,009 a change of -20.17%
9/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6338 points. Change of -2.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,746,073,267 a change of -2.7%
8/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6472 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,960,814,062 a change of 13.86%

 

 

Barclays for 16/06/2020

#Gold #SP500 Such is our confidence in market direction, we’re opting to take a weekly review of the 2 leading shares in the retail bank sector in the hope of getting a clue what’s happening. Unlike Brent & Gold, the banking sector has tended avoid flamboyant movements since the Covid-19 drop, so we hope it shall prove a bellwether (the leading sheep in a flock) for future market direction.

 

The cunning plan is to try and identify a near term movements, capable of triggering a Big Picture movement. Unfortunately, the downward spike at the open of business for this week doesn’t feel capable of giving fireworks, instead probably just keeping the share price messing around to convince the market it’s trading. This strategy tends accomplish very little, other than to give a feel for change in market direction. What’s utterly key is the signal given, if one of our near term movements is substantially bettered. This sort of thing can often imply the first real signal for shift in market trend.

On an immediate basis, apparently moves next above 117p should provide a climb to an initial 119p with secondary, if exceeded, calculating at 122p. As the chart below highlights, neither ambition is particularly useful in itself, the price not being lifted into the land of Higher Highs. Instead, such a gain just keeps the share price marching on the spot.

 

Normally, a spike down on a price at the start of a trading week should give some hope but in the case of Barclays, we’re not sold. The price only needs drift below 111p to suggest coming weakness to an initial 107p with secondary, when broken, working out at 98p and hopefully some sort of rebound. The bigger problem comes should the share close below 98p for any reason as best hope for a bottom works out at 83p.

 

Next week, we shall again review what’s happening with Lloyds Bank.

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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
10:07:50PM BRENT 39.94
10:09:42PM GOLD 1725.69 1716 1711 1705 1724 1730 1734 1744 1717 Success
10:13:02PM FTSE 6148.85 Shambles
10:26:05PM FRANCE 4877 ‘cess
10:30:39PM GERMANY 12123 ‘cess
10:45:03PM US500 3080.02 2962 2880 2762 3050 3081 3108 3166 2996 ‘cess
10:48:34PM DOW 25871.5 Success
10:52:53PM NASDAQ 9826.37 Success
10:55:24PM JAPAN 21950 Success

 

15/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6064 points. Change of -0.67%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,968,429,954 a change of -16.12%
12/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,923,571,843 a change of -4.84%
11/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6076 points. Change of -4%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,224,767,909 a change of 0.67%
10/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6329 points. Change of -0.14%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,183,586,009 a change of -20.17%
9/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6338 points. Change of -2.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,746,073,267 a change of -2.7%
8/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6472 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,960,814,062 a change of 13.86%
5/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6484 points. Change of 2.26%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,991,891,155 a change of 13.09%

 

Taylor Wimpey for 15/06/2020

#Brent #DAX It was an odd weekend with demonstrators in Parliament Square, London  ‘protecting’ a boxed Churchill statue, some giving Nazi salutes. We’ve not noticed groups of Nazis getting so worked up over a sealed box since ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ hit the big screen. Will the UK ever rebuild and can it involve some protestors brains?

 

This brings us to Taylor Wimpey, along with the big question of whether building companies will get restarted properly with lockdown easing. An acquaintance in the trade has been experiencing a problem with suppliers, two of whom announced they are not reopening and instead, opting for liquidation. Making matters worse, she has been experiencing difficulty sourcing replacement suppliers in Europe and it makes us suspect the building industry is about to face some peculiar times.

Taylor Wimpey had a superb start to 2020 and until Covid-19, things were looking especially hopeful for the longer term. Suddenly, it all came crashing down and a share price which had been starting to illustrate over 4 quid as a reasonable big picture ambition proved as stable as one of these houses built above decaying cliffs in the South. From our perspective, matters were made worse by the share price experiencing a GaGa, Gap Up then Gap Down, circled on the chart. This absurd series of price movements is usually quite reliable in allowing us to predict future target levels.

In the case of Taylor Wimpey, the two gaps generated sufficient weakness to attempt an initial 88p with secondary, when broken, at a bottom hopefully at 47p. None of this has actually happened (yet) as the lowest the price reached was Red on the chart, an uptrend since 2008. We’re not inclined to relax just yet as Taylor Wimpey need trade above 170p to generate an initial attempt at 183. If the share price exceeds 183p, this gives the first indication our GaGa gloom is probably nonsense, moving the price into a zone where movement above allows a further surge to 183p.

 

We fear it’s more likely any future break of Red, presently 103p, shall now bring reversal to an initial 88p with secondary, when broken, at a bottom hopefully of 47p. We’ve painted 20p as “ultimate” bottom on the chart, this being the level we cannot calculate below.

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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
4:39:41PM BRENT 39.08 37.11 36.125 34.98 38.7 39.56 40.065 41.05 38.23 Shambles
4:41:16PM GOLD 1731
4:44:25PM FTSE 6131.6 Success
4:54:00PM FRANCE 4856.7 Success
5:07:19PM GERMANY 12008.91 11824 11684 11520 11974 12174 12224.5 12383 11987 Success
5:28:58PM US500 3037.52 Success
5:31:35PM DOW 25561 Success
5:33:50PM NASDAQ 9647.24 Success
5:35:46PM JAPAN 22189 Success

12/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6105 points. Change of 0.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 5,923,571,843 a change of -4.84%
11/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6076 points. Change of -4%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,224,767,909 a change of 0.67%
10/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6329 points. Change of -0.14%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,183,586,009 a change of -20.17%
9/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6338 points. Change of -2.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,746,073,267 a change of -2.7%
8/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6472 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,960,814,062 a change of 13.86%
5/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6484 points. Change of 2.26%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,991,891,155 a change of 13.09%
4/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6341 points. Change of -0.64%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,182,855,691 a change of -6.26%

 

 

FTSE and Natura (The Bodyshop) 12/06/2020

#FTSE #DOW News of The Bodyshop taking sides against Harry Potter author, JK Rowling, in the gender debate provoked a pile of emails, everyone essentially expecting Bodyshop shares to experience a “Ratner Moment”. There’s a bit of a wrinkle in the face cream, due to Bodyshop now being owned by a Brazilian traded organisation.

By any standards, it certainly appeared as odd, a cosmetics company choosing to side with “men who identify as women” rather than their presumed customer base, actual women. Surely, with all that’s going on in the world, there are more important things to discuss than a logic which allows a bloke to wake up one day and decide he must have the same rights as the opposite sex. But Twitter, being Twitter, decided the debate was the most important thing in the world for a while. The author, JK Rowling, doesn’t agree men in frocks should have access to female changing rooms etc. Obviously, some people felt death threats was the best way forward…

As for Natura, given this worldwide concern is based in Brazil and owns Bodyshop, Avon Cosmetics, and of course the Natura brand, it appears probable the Twitter storm shall pass their share price by. At present, the company is trading around 40 Brazilian Real, needing to weaken below 32 Real to justify raising a bush eyebrow. Such a state of affairs risks reversal to an initial 20 Real with secondary, if broken, at a bottom of 9.5 Real. Absolutely nothing about recent price movements suggests this is coming. Quite the opposite in fact as above 43 Real looks capable of achieving 52 eventually, a new all time high!

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As for FTSE for FRIDAY, we can certainly question the markets parentage, just not its gender. Thursday dropped further than it should have and after hours futures continued the party, eventually reaching down to the 5,960 level. This was really not great, especially as we’d expected the reversal to pause around the 6,100 point. It creates a situation where it feels pretty certain the UK market shall be forced to open down on Friday.

 

We’re not confident we’ve a clue what to expect, thanks to FTSE Futures trading around 6,000 points at time of writing. If the UK market opts to open for business below 6028 points, there’s a bit of a problem as we’re looking at the potential of continued reversal toward 5911 points. If broken, secondary calculates at 5807 points.

The FTSE itself closed Thursdays session at 6,076 points, so we’re laying a scenario which permits some really strong reversals. Unlike our missive last Friday which proved extremely successful, we’re not terribly comfortable with this scenario.

 

It’s important to remember ‘after hours FTSE Futures’ can often be regarded as similar to a social media storm, something which rarely survives the cold light of day. In addition, the UK market did two quite concise things at the close of business on Thursday.

Firstly, reversal of the UK index (NOT after hours futures) stopped pretty firmly against the immediate Red uptrend. Secondly, the session closed at 6,076 points, matching but not exceeding, the previous low at the end of May. Both these details tend suggest some sort of bounce should happen. Fans of the pedantic will have noticed the FTSE also closed 0.1 points higher than the low at the end of May. Again, a very pedantic reason to favour a rebound.

 

In the event a miracle occurs and the UK market finds itself trading above 6123 points, recovery toward an initial 6157 is supposed to happen. If exceeded, our secondary calculation comes along at 6212 points.

 

To reiterate, we’re not confident we’ve a clue what to expect, other than a Friday and some good weather. 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
10:48:26PM BRENT 38.5 37.96 37.06 39.27 39.65 40.09 38.67 Success
10:50:02PM GOLD 1728.05 1721 1712.5 1735 1738 1746.5 1723 ‘cess
10:53:56PM FTSE 6007.31 5964 5789 6065 6047 6107.5 5990 Success
10:57:20PM FRANCE 4739.2 4732 4689 4836 4840 4872 4764 Success
11:00:00PM GERMANY 11842 11810 11752 11939 11940 12022 11830 Success
11:03:12PM US500 3012 2997 2962 3027 3046 3085.5 3027 Success
11:06:50PM DOW 25230 25070 24969 25350 25440 25605 25240 Success
11:10:31PM NASDAQ 9617 9560 9470 9668 9687 9742 9588 Success
11:12:46PM JAPAN 21710 21598 21568.5 21817 21940 22046.5 21680

 

 

11/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6076 points. Change of -4%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,224,767,909 a change of 0.67%
10/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6329 points. Change of -0.14%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,183,586,009 a change of -20.17%
9/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6338 points. Change of -2.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,746,073,267 a change of -2.7%
8/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6472 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,960,814,062 a change of 13.86%
5/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6484 points. Change of 2.26%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,991,891,155 a change of 13.09%
4/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6341 points. Change of -0.64%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,182,855,691 a change of -6.26%
3/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6382 points. Change of 2.6%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,595,529,231 a change of 1.59%

 

 

Lloyds Bank for 11/06/2020

#Brent #SP500 It’s a real pity there’s not a statue of Zeus here in Argyll. Demolishing a statue reminder of the God of Rain is an attractive proposition, given our weather. Unfortunately the act is uncomfortably close to burning books just ‘cos we don’t agree with their content. Removing grim reminders of history makes it easy to forget important episodes, placing a schools choice of history lessons the only chance most people will get to be taught “who’s who”.

In Antwerp, the statue of King Leopold had ample plaques to remind Belgians of their savage, genocidal, history in the Congo. It’s now gone, along with its ability to educate passers by, victim of a mob of book burners.

This brings are rather neatly to Lloyds, subject of a number of email requests. Which is a pity, because it means we cannot tell a joke about a UK PM’s popularity dropping faster than slaver statues!

 

In the last month, Lloyds has once again failed to launch itself to the heavens, share price behaviour proving quite insipid when viewed against wider market (illogical) recovery. While it’s still the case the FTSE needs above 6,750 to convince us recovery is real, in the case of Lloyds there’s something a bit funny going on at 38.8p.

The immediate situation now suggests this share needs exceed 38.8p to trigger movement to 42.7p. Obviously this is not the most scintillating recovery but from our perspective, is a fairly big deal and provides the first solid indication the share price has bottomed. Should 42.7p be exceeded, our secondary calculation works out at 48.2p and takes the share price into a zone where it’s “game on” for some stronger future movements.

 

If the market plans real mischief, below Red (presently 27p) will give ample concern, still signalling reversal to 22p initially with secondary, if broken, at 5p and a dip in the harbour.

Lloyds are a share we generally review monthly. During the current confused market, we’re inclined to accelerate this and shall check up on Lloyds (or Barclays) on a weekly basis.

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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
10:08:37PM BRENT 41.31 40.26 39.505 38.65 41.6 42.12 42.36 42.71 40.5
10:10:26PM GOLD 1738.94 Success
10:12:32PM FTSE 6295.04 Shambles
10:16:35PM FRANCE 5037.2 Shambles
10:19:15PM GERMANY 12488.69 ‘cess
10:21:10PM US500 3187.12 3181 3174.5 3155 3213 3222 3230.5 3247 3188
10:23:59PM DOW 26965 Success
10:28:09PM NASDAQ 10092 Success
10:30:02PM JAPAN 22865 Success

 

 

10/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6329 points. Change of -0.14%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,183,586,009 a change of -20.17%
9/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6338 points. Change of -2.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,746,073,267 a change of -2.7%
8/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6472 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,960,814,062 a change of 13.86%
5/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6484 points. Change of 2.26%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,991,891,155 a change of 13.09%
4/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6341 points. Change of -0.64%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,182,855,691 a change of -6.26%
3/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6382 points. Change of 2.6%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,595,529,231 a change of 1.59%
2/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6220 points. Change of 0.88%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,492,491,444 a change of 37.82%

 

De La Rue for 10/06/2020

#FTSE #Nasdaq You don’t need dandruff to have a Blue Passport, despite De La Rue experiencing a solid ‘Head & Shoulders’ moment between 2003 and 2018! Before moving on to discuss chart patterns, smiling about LSE:DLAR losing their post-Brexit UK passport contract to a French concern still feels cruel.

However, De La Rue appear to be benefiting from new international contracts and their share price has bounced from its Covid-19 bottom, so perhaps this banknote and security document printer shall provide some decent recovery in the months ahead. Thus far, the market appears to think so as the recoil from the 40p level has been pretty stunning.

 

We’re pretty far from “sold” on the concept of chart patterns but the vague 15 year Head & Shoulders formation on DLAR suggested the potential of the price reversing to 22p. Even our own calculations had presented an ultimate bottom potential at 15p, when we briefly glanced at the share price back in May 2019 (link). When the share opted to spend a couple of months at the 40p level, we awaited the final plunge as it felt inevitable. Thankfully this didn’t occur and instead, the price appears to have easily exceeded the immediate downtrend.

While we distrust chart patterns, the circled area on the chart highlights something we’ve grown to like as it’s fairly reliable. A ‘Glass Ceiling’ has formed at 150p and only with closure above this level dare we speculate on the potential of coming growth to 257p. If exceeded, our secondary calculation works out at 415p. In the great scheme of things, both targets make a lot of visual sense.

An attempt at 257p in the months ahead shall signal a challenge of the Blue downtrend can be expected.

If 257p is exceeded, a further attempt at 415p matches the level of trend break back in 2019, when the share price finally slipped below the long term Red uptrend. From a Big Picture perspective, closure above 415p is liable to be a serious signal, one capable of provoking strong recovery. We shall require to run the numbers again above this level thanks to the number of manipulation gaps on the chart but an initial attempt at the 600p level looks sane.

 

Goodness knows what will happen if the company ever discover blue ink for their printers, enabling the fabled UK Blue passport to be again produced in England. All kidding aside, we’re puzzled at how this nonsense became a media “thing”, assuming most folk keep their passport in a wallet which also contains sufficient pockets for all the other bits of paper required to fly anywhere, along with tickets for parking, seating, and the business card of that bloke you sat alongside 7 years ago…

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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
10:28:46PM BRENT 40.93 ‘cess
10:32:43PM GOLD 1715.57 ‘cess
10:35:18PM FTSE 6334.31 Success
10:41:14PM FRANCE 5096.5 5052 5023 4962 5115 5131 5156 5196 5075 Success
10:44:57PM GERMANY 12617.66 Success
10:54:55PM US500 3208.62
10:57:47PM DOW 27301.1 Shambles
11:01:29PM NASDAQ 9967.99 9936 9904 9869 9990 10009 10050 10117 9810 Success
11:04:42PM JAPAN 22888 Success

 

9/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6338 points. Change of -2.07%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,746,073,267 a change of -2.7%
8/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6472 points. Change of -0.19%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 7,960,814,062 a change of 13.86%
5/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6484 points. Change of 2.26%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,991,891,155 a change of 13.09%
4/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6341 points. Change of -0.64%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,182,855,691 a change of -6.26%
3/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6382 points. Change of 2.6%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,595,529,231 a change of 1.59%
2/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6220 points. Change of 0.88%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 6,492,491,444 a change of 37.82%
1/06/2020 FTSE Closed at 6166 points. Change of 1.48%. Total value traded through LSE was: £ 4,710,780,672 a change of -60.33%