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Thursday, September 25, 2008

BetOnMarkets Morning Report

FTSE is currently indicating a lower opening as traders prepare themselves for the unveiling of the bailout package. There is still way to many questions left unanswered in the fine print, which is why traders are divesting of stocks that might be affected negatively by this historic event. We expect the FTSE to spend the morning in negative territory.

Commodities, which are affected by the US dollar, have been range bound, while awaiting news about the bailout. Investors believe that this bailout will have a negative effect on the US dollar, which in turn may make commodities more expensive. If the bailout is finalized tomorrow, look for oil and gold to have a very volatile day.