Anyone scalping the FTSE Futures??

psaTrading

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The delicate phase that crosses Argentina and Turkey has generated turbulence in the exchange markets and by reflex in the financial markets as a whole. This instability has led to an escape of foreign capital from these countries, a move that further pressures their respective currencies.
 

brewski1984

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The delicate phase that crosses Argentina and Turkey has generated turbulence in the exchange markets and by reflex in the financial markets as a whole. This instability has led to an escape of foreign capital from these countries, a move that further pressures their respective currencies.
Great, so what would be your trade suggestion?
 
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cantagril

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can't anybody be bothered to ban all the bots that post on the forum? Or you prefer them to real people?
Seems to me that some real people who didn't contribute got rid of the real people who did:p
 

psaTrading

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The escalation of trade tensions between the US and China influenced the begining of the week, although some European markets managed to close on positive ground in a session that was marked by the closing of the North American market.
 

Atilla

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The escalation of trade tensions between the US and China influenced the begining of the week, although some European markets managed to close on positive ground in a session that was marked by the closing of the North American market.
It's more than Trade tensions.

There is intel that China is planning for military escallation with US.

Can't see China backing down on any level trade or military dispute with Trump.

Watch this space. :(
 

counter_violent

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whats the chances of the dow dropping 100 points overnight???
Sounded like your futures trade was a longer term position than just a scalp. Why bail?
Price n time signal across the board today on the dailies. Might have a couple of sideways days before any drop.
 

jeffre4

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Sounded like your futures trade was a longer term position than just a scalp. Why bail?
Price n time signal across the board today on the dailies. Might have a couple of sideways days before any drop.
jumped in to early bounced off support better to wait cannot lose money on the sidelines. Hopefully when does drop (IF IT DOES) there will be plenty of pips
 

psaTrading

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The day was negative for most European markets, in a general context marked by fears about the situation in emerging markets and trade tensions between the US and China. Just like yesterday, automakers were among the worst performers, after over the weekend President Donald Trump said he was prepared to impose additional charges worth 200,000 M.USD on imports from China. Also on the sector weighed the deadlock that is marking the trade talks between the EU and the US, which are centered on the automotive industry.
 

psaTrading

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The behavior of European stock exchanges continues to reflect investors' risk aversion. The day was marked by the start of talks between the US and Canada on a possible revision of the NAFTA agreement. In addition, some of the attention remains diverted to the news about customs tariffs on trade between the US and China. The banking sector was the only one to end up, as opposed to the technology that led the losses in sectoral terms, due to a series of reductions of recommendation. On the other hand, the German pharmaceutical Bayer depreciated, despite having reported a 3.90% increase in the results of the second quarter. In terms of economic indicators, in the Euro Zone, the PMI economic activity index stood at 54.50 in August, slightly above the expected 54.40. The same indicator, but for the services sector, stood at 54.40, as economists estimated. In Germany, the PMI for the services sector reached 55.0, compared to the expected 55.20.
 

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