The FTSE100 Index (INDEXFTSE: UKX) has seen a weak start to the week, as many shares stayed in red and companies see their shares fall.
Monday morning Twitter analysts woke up with a negative view on INDEXFTSE UKX future. It looks like FTSE is not performing nowhere good as its big brother NASDAQ or INDEXDJX:DJI.
Big mover UP today on the #FTSE 250 is #Cineworld BUT it's still in SELL on our system. See chart. Key: above the cloud "In Buy" below "In Sell". #trading #investing #stocks #shares #fintech #COVID19 #COVID2019 #coronavirus #investment #Cinema #entertainment #UK #USA #Canada pic.twitter.com/CsjZvxzwvx— The Flying Stocksman (@flyingstocksman) May 11, 2020
Is it Boris Johnson to blame for bad results?
FTSE 100 sinks into red as Boris Johnson eases UK lockdown https://t.co/kpDyoXcrsf pic.twitter.com/mq8niTtN2K— City A.M. (@CityAM) May 11, 2020
Second wave of infections to ruin investors wet dreams?
FTSE 100 Edges Lower On Fears Of Second Wave Of Infections https://t.co/CN8kmNeBla #stocks #trading #rttnews pic.twitter.com/PdHTmHojxf— RTTNews Top Stories (@RTTNews) May 11, 2020
It's a health crisis. The economic crisis was happening anyway. People before ftse. pic.twitter.com/U2R0kle2DL— No Name (@sjmc1974) May 11, 2020
Both long-term and short-term FTSE looks like a wet plastic sack full of dirty socks. No luck here.
FTSE continues to remain bearish whilst below 6200 levels. The longer-term structure remains bearish against 7724 resistance.#FTSE #UK100 #tradinghttps://t.co/XITNQ4cJh9— ATFX UK (@ATFX_UK) May 11, 2020
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