Anyone scalping the FTSE Futures??

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Old Oct 11, 2017, 8:55pm   #83777
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As I said, I don't have time to track everyones trades as I barely have time to even do my own at the moment. I have no idea what time your calls were or whether they were right/wrong and I'm sorry if you thought I was putting you down
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Old Oct 11, 2017, 11:57pm   #83778
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Asian markets closed with gains contained but were enough for several indexes in the region to reach the highs of this decade. In Japan, the Nikkei has reached levels not reached since 1996. In this country, it was published that industrial machinery orders rose 3.40% in August, comfortably surpassing forecasts of 1.10%.
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Old Oct 12, 2017, 8:37am   #83779
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In the pre-opening, the European indexes rehearsed without major oscillations. Today's session should be influenced essentially by external factors. The first of these factors will be the publication of the results of two of the major US banks: JP Morgan and Citigroup. Another factor conditioning the trend of the European session will be the interventions of several members of Central Banks (among them Mario Draghi) at the IMF Annual Meeting, which starts at 3:00 p.m. (GMT - 01h00).
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Old Oct 13, 2017, 8:34am   #83780
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Asian markets closed higher, with China's economic indicators offsetting Wall Street's weakness. In September, Chinese exports grew 8.10%, below the estimated 8.80%. Imports increased by 18.70% compared to forecasts of 13.50%. Although these numbers have a negative impact on GDP, they do not fail to signal the dynamism of the Chinese economy. When an economy is in the process of expanding, it is normal for its domestic consumption to be robust and that this translates into a greater demand for goods manufactured outside the country.
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Old Oct 16, 2017, 8:39pm   #83781
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In his address to the IMF Annual Assembly, Mario Draghi argued that neither stocks nor bonds are in a speculative bubble. However, according to the President of the ECB, there are some signs of "exaggeration" in the real estate market of commercial spaces within the Eurozone. In fact, economic recovery, reduced interest rates, as well as the demand for assets with appealing returns have boosted the value and incomes of various trading venues in some parts of the Euro Zone. As far as financial markets are concerned, Mario Draghi's words are likely to have a greater impact on the bond market than on the stock market.
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Old Oct 18, 2017, 12:27am   #83782
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One of the best sectors in recent weeks has been the miner. Led by copper (which reached a high of the last 3 years yesterday), the price of various industrial metals has registered strong valuations. These gains are underpinned by strong demand from China, with the country's economy showing signs that will match the government's target of growing between 6.50% and 7% by 2017. Another factor for the metals rally is the weakness of the Dollar, as well as the increased exposure of hedge funds to this type of asset. Copper is the most representative metal. In addition to having multiple industrial uses and being used as collateral in lending in China, copper is nicknamed in the financial markets by Dr.Copper because its cycles anticipate the cycles of the global economy. This strong appreciation of industrial metals is also benefiting the chemical sector, since there is a very significant correlation between the two sectors under normal conditions.
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Old Oct 19, 2017, 12:40am   #83783
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Asian markets had a relatively quiet session, ending with contained variations. Today begins the main event of the week and perhaps of the year - the Chinese Communist Party Congress. This congress is held every five years and its main objectives are to elect the party hierarchies and establish the general guidelines of the country's internal and external policies. The holding of the Chinese Communist Party Congress should not have an immediate impact on the financial markets (except for some relevant surprise) but will have profound political, economic, social and military consequences not only in the region but also in the world.
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Old Oct 20, 2017, 12:42am   #83784
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European markets closed with devaluations of less than 1%, at a time when business results remain on the agenda. The technology sector was influenced by the selling pressure seen by US companies after the news about iPhones 8 orders. SAP remained broadly unchanged. The German technology company reported lower-than-expected earnings and quarterly revenues, but still improved its forecast for total revenues in 2017. Tele2 was the top-earning operator in the telecoms business, fueled by news that the operator raised its outlook for profit for the third quarter. On the other hand, Carrefour and Pernod Ricard also registered significant increases after the two companies recently presented their results. However, Unilever penalized the respective sector (household goods and personal care), after having reported a growth for the quarterly sales of 2.60% compared to the anticipated 4%. This differential was due to climatic factors such as hurricanes in the USA and the heavy rains that hit Central Europe. Nestlé lost 0.89%, despite announcing a quarterly increase of 2.60% in sales, slightly higher than the estimated 2.50%. On negative ground was also the advertising company, Publicis, in reaction to the results below expectations.
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