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egondargento

FTSE 100 just hit 3 weeks high. Less uncertainty due to Pound rallies and unlikely Brexit. High volatility but generally bullish trend.

egondargento's view on the price of FTSE 100 in May 24, 2016.

jonesma2

FTSE appears to be shrugging off US rate hike fears. Strengthening pound, FTSE up in last week, helped significantly by the banking sector.

jonesma2's view on the price of FTSE 100 in May 24, 2016.

PatrickM

it ranging between 6100-6220 due to uncertainty of the Brexit referendum. Investors seem to be fleeing to cash (£) instead as a hedge.

PatrickM's view on the price of FTSE 100 in May 24, 2016.

Jwilco54

Tight range between 6070/80 and 6200 established and likely to be maintained as an investor comfort zone in run up to Brexit.

Jwilco54's view on the price of FTSE 100 in May 24, 2016.

Gmac

Buyers are bullish, US stock index futures rose suggesting rebound, but period of consolidation and resistance at 2060 will limit the rise

Gmac's view on the price of S&P 500 in May 24, 2016.

ucmyway

Retailers performing well, while investors flee to non-US assets. FTSE to stay steady.

ucmyway's view on the price of FTSE 100 in May 24, 2016.

ordogl

6000-6300: Brexit danger decline, strong pound, strong dollar -> tough market -> traders rule, investors (end May) -> go for volatility

ordogl's view on the price of FTSE 100 in May 24, 2016.

andrewpottie

Movements to US equities ahead of Brexit will lift S&P over this month, support at 2040, strengthening $ and Fed Rate hike pushes up S&P

andrewpottie's view on the price of S&P 500 in May 24, 2016.

ordogl

2010-2050: 30% Fed rate hike, strong dollar, resistant crude at $50, end of May, bearish commodities, june Brexit -> investors wait

ordogl's view on the price of S&P 500 in May 24, 2016.

ChandlerClark

I expect a steady decline over the next week given the threat of a US rate hike next month.

ChandlerClark's view on the price of S&P 500 in May 24, 2016.

[email protected]

Fairly flat for the week. Looks like Brexit announcements are still paralysing the market.

[email protected]'s view on the price of FTSE 100 in May 24, 2016.

[email protected]

Down trend continues as the brakes are expected to be put on the US economy in June.

[email protected]'s view on the price of S&P 500 in May 24, 2016.

JohHann

Possible summer rate rise and hawkish Fed language to drive market down. Yellen's speech on Friday likely to reinforce rate rise expectation

JohHann's view on the price of S&P 500 in May 24, 2016.

ckyl18

2035-2060: worries following treasury predictions that there will be a Brexit, strengthening of US $, movement in commodities & bonds market

ckyl18's view on the price of S&P 500 in May 24, 2016.

ckyl18

6000-6250: slight decline in oil prices, treasury warning over impacts of Brexit. Tricky to know which way the price will swing for sure.

ckyl18's view on the price of FTSE 100 in May 24, 2016.

omartalat

Oil prices dragging FTSE however the builders are tugging FTSE the opposite direction. Volatility due to impending Brexit vote, bearish

omartalat's view on the price of FTSE 100 in May 24, 2016.

Austin

1. More Fed officials talk about interest rate hike 2.QE(Fed buys $7.5b mortgage bonds) 3.Strong$ hurts export. down with bottom at 2038

Austin's view on the price of S&P 500 in May 24, 2016.

Benkempton

Fed rate hike looks imminent in June, creating uncertain trading conditions in the coming week. Bearish.

Benkempton's view on the price of S&P 500 in May 24, 2016.

Theothure

The Oil sector constitutes 13% of total MKT CAP of FTSE100, so falling oil price will reduce the value of the FTSE. Plus Brexit uncertainty.

Theothure's view on the price of FTSE 100 in May 24, 2016.

Theothure

Value of S&P will fall due to uncertainty created by increased probability of multiple fed rate hikes this yr & due to the stronger USD.

Theothure's view on the price of S&P 500 in May 24, 2016.

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