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14th Oct 2021. 7.49am

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Morning Report – Thursday 14th October

FTSE to open at 7,188 (+47pts)

Wall Street climbed yesterday, despite a 5.4% rise in US consumer price data. This appears to have been largely priced in and markets were driven higher as investors sought out bargains, including technology stocks.

Asian shares were mostly up too, tracking the rally on Wall Street.

S&P 500+0.30%Bullish for UK stocks
Hang Seng+0.00% (closed)Neutral for UK stocks
Gold-0.01%Neutral for UK stocks
AUD/JPY+0.44%Bullish for UK stocks
US 10yr Yield+2.23Bearish for UK stocks
Regency Risk Barometer Snapshot

After a solid push higher on Wednesday, the FSTE broke through and then closed above short-term resistance at around 7,160.

Today looks it looks like we’ll see a retest of the high from early September, which will be the next key level to watch.

FTSE 100 Daily Rolling Futures – Key Levels

FTSE 100 Daily Rolling Futures – Key Levels
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