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Is the FTSE about to start testing 4000 again?

The Down Jones dropped by 2.6% Friday so this is just catch up I guess (with the worse than expected US jobless figures from last week)

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Is the FTSE about to start testing 4000 again?

The Down Jones dropped by 2.6% Friday so this is just catch up I guess (with the worse than expected US jobless figures from last week)

US markets were closed on Friday; that was Thursday's figure.

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Is the FTSE about to start testing 4000 again?

The Down Jones dropped by 2.6% Friday so this is just catch up I guess (with the worse than expected US jobless figures from last week)

Gordons comments on length of recession perhaps?

I am planning to fill me boots next year, at the peak of the pessemism. I reckon this is the start of another run, once we get to the bottom, could be prime opportunity to invest....

But what in? Thats the difficult question....

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The New York Stock Exchange was closed on Friday for Independance Day National Holiday, July 4 being a Saturday this year.

FTSE currently down following falls on Asian exchanges.

Waiting for NYSE to open 14.30 to get a sense of direction for the week.

The markets are basically tracking sideways in 200 point range from 4150 - 4350, minor falls, minor increases, without any major breaking news to set a new direction.

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Gordons comments on length of recession perhaps?

I am planning to fill me boots next year, at the peak of the pessemism. I reckon this is the start of another run, once we get to the bottom, could be prime opportunity to invest....

But what in? Thats the difficult question....

IMPO, Tech.

Although the more I have been reading about Goldman and Carbon Trading then going into the 'Green' companies 'sponsored' by Goldman fora brief period might be lucrative - assuming you can get out before they pop the bubble.

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Gordons comments on length of recession perhaps?

I am planning to fill me boots next year, at the peak of the pessemism. I reckon this is the start of another run, once we get to the bottom, could be prime opportunity to invest....

But what in? Thats the difficult question....

Recievers, breakers yards, solicitors?

To the irrationally exhuberant, when TSHTF, I'd just like to say that my Bunker Stash includes large quantities of loperamide: Be nice to me and I may share.

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Exchange a chunk of wodge in to USD on Thursday. Even paid £30-odd quid to send it by CHAPS as I thought the pound would tank before the cheque could clear in 3-5 days.

Sterling has been far too bullish / stable of late.

May open a Canadian Dollar account this week too. Any opinions on HSBC's services?

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Recievers, breakers yards, solicitors?

To the irrationally exhuberant, when TSHTF, I'd just like to say that my Bunker Stash includes large quantities of loperamide: Be nice to me and I may share.

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FTSE - changed news on outlook for the global economy has hit energy and mining and dragged others down.

Pound - More QE, Brown warning that recession may get worse, fell through both the 162 and 162.5 support levels without resistance.

An ordinary week.

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