Anyone scalping the FTSE Futures??

tokyojoe

Established member
874 289
Hmmm..... what to do ?

I seem to be having to watch my P's & Q's (not saying by who).....but my posts seem to disappear quicker than Pips dummies from his pram......which is cool by the way, I accept sarcasm isn't well received (by some, no names, just sayin')

So here goes....... "ahem"...... "I think everyone is lovely, very polite....& obviously very skilled & competent traders, especially postie, you are the bestest of the bestest on here....honest"

There, no one (not sayin' who) can say, that this post should errrr... you know !
 

Atilla

Legendary member
19,413 2,848
Hmmm..... what to do ?

I seem to be having to watch my P's & Q's (not saying by who).....but my posts seem to disappear quicker than Pips dummies from his pram......which is cool by the way, I accept sarcasm isn't well received (by some, no names, just sayin')

So here goes....... "ahem"...... "I think everyone is lovely, very polite....& obviously very skilled & competent traders, especially postie, you are the bestest of the bestest on here....honest"

There, no one (not sayin' who) can say, that this post should errrr... you know !

Ooohhhhh eelllllllllloooooooooooooooo!

Look what the cat dragged in. :)


One for you hombre...



(y)
 

psaTrading

Experienced member
1,063 53
In the current context of deteriorating economic conditions in Turkey, the US market had slight losses. The technology sector was off the rule, with some gains.
 

tokyojoe

Established member
874 289
Ooohhhhh eelllllllllloooooooooooooooo!

Look what the cat dragged in. :)


One for you hombre...



(y)
Ha.... yes a spell in the youth offenders isolation unit has made a new man of me Atilla...I haven't seen the sunlight, nor heard the sound of birds (hmm there's a gag in that) just fed bread & water for a week in the forum dungeons, but it was for my own good I tells ya & from now on I will be a good citizen of the forum....honest to b'jesus himself.
 

psaTrading

Experienced member
1,063 53
Yestrerday the Turkish President defended a retaliation against Washington for the worsening of the tariffs applied to imports of aluminum and steel coming from Turkey: Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to boycott the US electronic products, including the iPhone.
 

psaTrading

Experienced member
1,063 53
benchmarks fell led by the Nasdaq 100 Index. Crude oil rebounded after slipping below $65 a barrel following a report that American stockpiles rose the most since March 2017.
 

psaTrading

Experienced member
1,063 53
European markets have recouped some of the losses recorded in recent days, given some relief over the crisis in Turkey and the US-China trade war. Encouraging the most positive sentiment from investors came the news that China accepted the US invitation to visit the country later this month to negotiate bilateral trade issues, as well as the announcement yesterday of Qatar’s financial support it promised to invest 15 000 M.USD in Turkey.
 

psaTrading

Experienced member
1,063 53
European markets ended lower in the last day of the week, under pressure from the continuing fears and uncertainties associated with the situation in Turkey and the trade relations between the US and China. The banking sector, given the exposure of some institutions to Turkey, led the losses, while the technology sector was penalized by the news about the North-American company “Applied Materials”. In Paris, Air France-KLM devalued 3.54%, after confirmation of Benjamin Smith as new CEO. On the Eurozone, Eurostat reported that inflation in the region reached 2.10% in July, one tenth higher than in June and the highest since December 2012. In the European Union as a whole, inflation stood at 2.20 %, also a maximum since December 2012.
 

psaTrading

Experienced member
1,063 53
The US market was trading higher, with S&P and Nasdaq reaching new all-time highs. Investors’ decisions were still being influenced by Friday’s words from the President of the Fed and the agreement reached by the US and Mexico. During the weekend, a head of the Mexican delegation had advanced that the negotiations were going well and today an agreement between the two countries was announced. Now the talks will extend to the other NAFTA member, Canada.
 

deriscope

Newbie
9 0
For anyone interested on getting straight into Excel non-delayed real time quotes from Yahoo Finance and other providers plus historical data and indicators: The Deriscope Excel AddIn does all this through a user-friendly wizard and also calculates the price of options and several exotic derivatives. Only 20$ for a lifetime license!
 

psaTrading

Experienced member
1,063 53
The performance of the American indices is a favorable force to European markets given the high correlation between markets on both sides of the Atlantic. In fact, in the last two years, all the upward movements of European stocks were preceded by rallies on Wall Street.
 

psaTrading

Experienced member
1,063 53
European indices did not mark today a definite trend. The session was relatively quiet, with no big news, with investors taking advantage of the latest events (last week’s intervention by the President of the Fed and the recent agreement reached between the US and Mexico). Thus, the session was under low volatility and volume below the average observed in August.
 

psaTrading

Experienced member
1,063 53
European indices have today been the target of investors’ fears about emerging markets. The situation in Turkey is beginning to show signs of fragility. Yesterday, economic confidence hit the lows since March 2009 (in the midst of the global financial crisis), which led to a further decline in the Turkish Lira against the US Dollar. In the last 3 days, the Turkish currency depreciated by 6% against the US Dollar. Meanwhile in Argentina, Peso lost 8.15% even after President Macri announced that he was negotiating with the IMF on a loan of 50,000 M.USD, which should offset the country’s current inability to fund intentional markets. Since the beginning of the year, Argentino lost 45% of its value against the US Dollar. These two events, although uncorrelated, focused mainly on the securities most exposed to these two economies. In this sense, as Spanish banks BBVA and Santander, as well as Telefónica were particularly targeted by investor sales.
 
AdBlock Detected

We get it, advertisements are annoying!

But it's thanks to our sponsors that access to Trade2Win remains free for all. By viewing our ads you help us pay our bills, so please support the site and disable your AdBlocker.

I've Disabled AdBlock