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FTSE 100 (^FTSE)

FTSE Index - FTSE Index Delayed Price. Currency in GBP
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6,997.27-55.35 (-0.78%)
At close: 04:35PM BST
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  • h
    helenthal
    They just featured ^FTSE on this sites morning watchlist. http://market-engross.club
  • F
    Fourplay
    Don't understand why FTSE is over 7,000. Should have dropped out of bed.
  • F
    Fourplay
    Under 7000 as I said here yesterday.
  • M
    Mark
    Printing money has been tried before : it didn't end well
  • T
    The Dude
    First the London stock exchange followed by the rest of the world. Prepare yourselves
    Bearish
  • m
    mike
    Anyone got Scottish Widows ISA's looking for advice on whether to cash them in or hold onto them.
  • Z
    Zack
    Looks like another red this week
    Bearish
  • M
    Michael
    It’s over. The music has stopped. Sell. Get out now
    Bearish
  • H
    HRHPRINCEZAMRI
    Let me know when we can get the money also please let me know about dividend any amount in the invoice also let me know,please feel in contact with me about any additional information to me or to contact me. As well as the details for my application for me to complete.
  • M
    Mark
    1.75 % Still way too low
  • R
    Ric
    HL and SJP ticking higher. As mortgage lenders are tightening the belt and property prices are kind of maintaining, I think many that would previously have been saving for a deposit are investing their capital instead. Perhaps an altogether different generation of investor, a risk tolerant, impatient, and less diligent investor?
    Neutral
  • M
    Mukoko T
    I'm singer I can sing
  • J
    Jon
    $^GSPC conversation
    I hope that everyone has read Chapter 1 & 2 from the book "The Intelligent Investor" on Investment vs. Speculation & Inflation. You will understand where the market currently is and what will happen in the near future with increasing inflation and eventual increase in interest rates.

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  • e
    edward
    Please ban all these blatant ads for peoples financial services and let’s get back to discussing the market.
  • D
    David
    British economy forecast to contract 17% in first quarter,yet the FTSE goes up...
  • e
    edward
    Please! Can’t we get rid of all these posts about Crypto? These posts should be all about the FTSE 100 and U.K. shares
  • I
    Instantfunds
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  • J
    Jon
    $^GSPC conversation
    Shiller P/E is 33+ on the S&P500. This market is WAY overvalued.

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    Bearish
  • J
    Jon
    $^GSPC conversation
    "Powell likely going to have to raise interest rates."

    Yes. As inflation increases, the way to curb it is through raising interest rates. The fed originally stated that rates weren't going to rise until at least 2022. However, it seems that we may see a rate increase sooner than expected.

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    Bearish
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