Definitions

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  • Financial Times and Stock Exchange
  • proper n. The FTSE 100 Index.

Etymologies

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A joint venture between the Financial Times of London and the London Stock Exchange.

Examples

  • Dow is now well off its lows trading2k: Microsoft (MSFT) reported an 11\% drop in quarterly net income to $4.17 billion trading2k: $FTSE Markets seem to be trending down (FTSE: 4105).

    Irish Blogs

  • You can see it here, thanks to Nick Sutton's excellent service of snapping tomorrow's newspapers as they come in.9.24pm: We also have a very early prediction for London tomorrow - David Jones of IG Index is calling the FTSE 100 up another 25 points.

    European debt crisis: live

  • IG index is calling the FTSE 100 index down 117 at 5130 - a fall of around 2.2%.

    The Guardian World News

  • They are calling the FTSE 100 index down another 103 points, or almost 2%, to 5290.

    The Guardian World News

  • City traders also expect a positive start in London, with IG Index calling the FTSE 100 up 29 points.

    Markets optimistic that Greek austerity package will pass

  • IG Markets were calling the FTSE 100 up 79 points earlier.

    EU financial crisis - live blog

  • Whereas we saw some quite decent gains earlier on in the trading session with all of these markets up by one percent or more, now we're looking, for example, at the London FTSE, which is the largest of these indices, off by more than one percent.

    CNN Transcript Mar 3, 2009

  • And then you see the stock market keeps going up, the FTSE, which is the U.K. stocks, this morning, hitting a new for they year as well.

    CNN Transcript Oct 12, 2009

  • Euro STOXX 50 index futures rose 0.2 percent and financial bookmakers called the FTSE

    Reuters: Press Release

  • France's CAC-40 FCEc1 were also positive, while financial spreadbetters called the FTSE 100 to open up 0.8 percent, after a fall of 4.7 percent on Thursday.

    Evening Standard - Home

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