Anyone scalping the FTSE Futures??

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Old Sep 12, 2017, 11:32am   #83673
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Originally Posted by wallstreetwarrior87 View Post
Short dax @544

Covered @BE

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Old Sep 13, 2017, 2:51am   #83674
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In the last three months, the indices of the Old Continent registered a remarkable underperformance compared with their American counterparts. After the highs reached at the beginning of June, European stocks suffered a correction between 5% and 10% and in the last two months have consolidated over a wide range, without showing a definite trend. On Monday, some indices broke this high, increasing the likelihood of a short-term rally. This probability would be strengthened if the Euro corrected. Despite continuing to trade around 1.20 against the Dollar, the Euro has lost some momentum against other currencies, which deserves some vigilance from investors. The threats to this potential positive scenario for European equities are the situation in Korea and some hypothetical correction on Wall Street.
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Old Sep 13, 2017, 8:31pm   #83675
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The Automobile Fair is still taking place in Frankfurt, the biggest event of this industry in Europe. This type of event is always a good opportunity to gauge not only the opinion of stakeholders but also their feelings about the current situation. After a first half of the year in which it has been strongly influenced by sales in the European continent (after six years of recovery), the automotive sector has been one of the best performers in the Old Continent in recent weeks.
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Old Sep 15, 2017, 1:20am   #83676
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As the next week’s FED meeting approaches, investors’ expectations for the US Central Bank’s position on how it will reduce its balance of 4200 000 M.USD in assets as a result of 8 years of an ultra-accommodating monetary policy. This week’s economic data should help investors design a preview of next week’s meeting.
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Old Sep 15, 2017, 1:24am   #83677
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Despite the immediate immediacy of the launch of new products, the market reaction to the Apple event turned out to be negative. Apple shares fell 0.80% in the session and later 0.18% in the afterhours session.
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Old Sep 15, 2017, 11:18pm   #83678
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On the political front of things not everything was peachy

North Korea fired another missile over Japan, with this launch travelling roughly 2,300 miles versus the prior overflight of Hokkaido on August 29th, which travelled 1,700 miles. Guam, which Kim Jong Un has threatened to envelope in fire, is 2,100 from the missile launch site – not good. Japan is none too pleased. Something here is going to have to give, but the stock market appears to be rather bored with the North Korean nuclear saber rattling — go figure. Friday morning witnessed yet another terrorist bombing, this time in a West London Tube station. Although 23 people were injured, thankfully no lives were lost and this one looked like a pretty amateur attempt — small blessings. Again, the market mostly just yawned — go figure.
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Old Sep 16, 2017, 1:18pm   #83679
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the ftse dropped sharply, this was mainly to do with the pound rallying though wasnt it?
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Old Sep 16, 2017, 2:56pm   #83680
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Originally Posted by Kaeso View Post
the ftse dropped sharply, this was mainly to do with the pound rallying though wasnt it?

ps, most other leading indices were sideways to higher, so this is definitive proof that we must take into account "currency" movements when trading indices.
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