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Ftse off 1% as I thought.


Milloony

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Well bar the rhetoric regarding possible oil reductions I think the Ftse will be off around 1% at close of play as discussed on Monday. I said no reason for it to go up bar news drivers and that is exactly what happened mid week... news drivers with no real meaning. So good when you get it right, pity it's not every time but that would make it easy ha ha. Somebody commented that I said no reason to go up but they argued that there was no reason to go down this week.  Well that's that one settled...

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