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Market: Germany
# Components: 30

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  • Open: 9,678.00
  • Day's Range: 9,650.00 - 9,697.00
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PricePerformanceTechnical
 SymbolLastHighLowChg.Chg. %Vol.Time
Adidas AG60.41560.74058.350+1.665+2.83%1.83M9:33:00 
Allianz135.025135.200134.575+0.975+0.73%281.28K9:32:00 
BASF SE76.31076.66576.175+0.340+0.45%510.48K9:32:35 
BMW ST90.18090.35589.620+0.910+1.02%293.08K9:32:45 
Bayer AG106.275106.625105.900+0.225+0.21%299.75K9:32:15 
Beiersdorf AG66.92067.25566.805+0.020+0.03%78.45K9:32:35 
Commerzbank AG12.66312.74012.620+0.033+0.26%1.39M9:32:45 
Continental AG161.675162.800161.500+0.325+0.20%65.63K9:31:55 
Daimler AG63.34063.63063.105+0.320+0.51%466.94K9:32:45 
Deutsche Bank AG27.03527.08326.915+0.130+0.48%1.09M9:32:36 
Deutsche Boerse55.19055.54555.175-0.040-0.07%132.68K9:32:31 
Deutsche Post AG25.36525.44525.270+0.230+0.92%945.07K9:32:10 
Deutsche Telekom AG11.63811.68011.628+0.062+0.54%1.58M9:32:00 
E.ON SE14.40814.48014.318+0.007+0.05%1.24M9:32:31 
Fresenius ST54.01054.64054.005-0.180-0.33%148.54K9:32:16 
Fresenius SE38.28838.89038.238-0.228-0.59%309.53K9:32:40 
Heidelbergcement AG55.97056.51055.815+0.120+0.21%111.56K9:32:22 
Henkel VZO83.52083.68083.255+0.660+0.80%70.04K9:32:36 
Infineon AG8.8518.8728.829+0.066+0.75%1.64M9:32:31 
K&S AG24.08324.25824.070+0.007+0.03%208.36K9:32:17 
Lanxess AG47.15047.38847.105+0.120+0.26%56.42K9:32:45 
Linde AG154.175154.675153.750+0.825+0.54%55.98K9:32:36 
Lufthansa AG13.24513.37313.235-0.020-0.15%900.70K9:32:36 
Merck67.70067.83567.295+0.470+0.70%52.66K9:32:51 
Muench. Rueckvers.153.475154.000153.275+0.175+0.11%110.95K9:32:26 
RWE AG ST30.81331.02530.645-0.058-0.19%474.41K9:32:41 
SAP AG59.61059.90059.570+0.070+0.12%325.79K9:32:41 
Siemens AG97.98598.18597.700+0.295+0.30%394.34K9:32:51 
Thyssenkrupp AG21.87021.90821.670+0.275+1.27%364.92K9:32:41 
Volkswagen AG VZO175.050175.525174.500+0.600+0.34%138.49K9:32:23 

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max jones
max jones Sep 17, 2014 08:38AM GMT
Apparently i closed my short trade on a loss and two minutes later it doved to were i thought it wouldnt only if i was patient i wasnt gonna lose 600USD
LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 17, 2014 09:05AM GMT
What did i say about letting trades develop? how many $pp were you?

LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 17, 2014 07:56AM GMT
@Mike, do you trade the ftse?
Mike Jones
Mike Jones Sep 17, 2014 09:15AM GMT
No, my broker don't allow me. I can only trade certificates with gearing. By the way, i took a loss from yesterdays long and to me from a TA view, long is actually favorable right now. As it looks S&P is extending the downtrend. We might see a new high, if Yellen and Scotland acts to the markets favor. Also the Scotland thing looks like a "no" vote. Scotland gets cheap/free school, dentist, doctor, healthcare etc. from England, even though people in england has to pay for their own stuff. If they vote "yes" they are going to say goodbye to those things and I don't see that happen. About the Yellen speech, the market seems to have factored in a hawkish speech which is why we saw the decline/correction a couple of days ago. If Yellen is actually hawkish, the downtrend will resume and if not, we will probably break 2010 and go higher.
LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 17, 2014 09:28AM GMT
Sounds pretty much in line with my thoughts. I cant see an independent Scotland. I'm long on the FTSE100. only 1 block quite a tight stop though.... Hoping for a dovish speech from Yellen.....

alamar alamar
alamar alamar Sep 17, 2014 07:48AM GMT
I already got the answer :)
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