FTSE 100

FTSE 100

As on 26 Sep 2023 09:30

FTSE 100 Performance

Day Range

  • Low 7593.54
  • High 7656.94
  • Open7623.99
  • Previous Close7623.99

FTSE 100 Chart

  • 1 Day 0.02%
  • 1 Week -0.45%
  • 1 Month 3.91%
  • 3 Months 2.31%
  • 6 Months 2.98%
  • 1 Year 8.61%
  • 3 Year 30.51%

FTSE 100 Technicals


Current Price
1.73 (0.02%)
  • Bullish Moving Average
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  • 11
  • Bearish Moving Average
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  • 5
  • 20 Day
  • 7560.3
  • 50 Day
  • 7530.45
  • 100 Day
  • 7536.35
  • 200 Day
  • 7657.6

FTSE 100 Resistance and Support

First Resistance 7657.26
Second Resistance 7688.8
Third Resistance 7720.66
RSI 56.99
MACD Single Line 57.06
MACD 48.12
First Support 7593.86
Second Support 7562
Third Support 7530.46

About FTSE 100

The FTSE 100, or the Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 Index, is a stock market index in the UK that represents the 100 largest publicly traded companies. It is a well-known measure of the overall performance of the UK stock market, with more influential companies having a greater impact on its movements due to its market capitalisation weighting. 

Many investors and fund managers use it as a benchmark to track the performance of UK equities. Therefore, it is closely watched by market participants and is considered an influential indicator of the UK’s economy.

Other Indices


What is the FTSE 100?

The Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 Index, also known as the FTSE 100 Index, is a share index of the 100 companies with the highest market capitalization that are listed on the London Stock Exchange. The FTSE Group, a division of the London Stock Exchange Group, maintains the index.

What are the major companies of the FTSE 100?

Shell plc, SSE plc, Persimmon Plc, British American Tobacco p.l.c. and Frasers Group plc  are some of the major companies of the FTSE 100.

How does FTSE 100 work?

By full market value, the top 100 qualifying UK companies make up the FTSE 100. A company's total market value is determined by multiplying its share price by the total number of shares it has issued.

Can I trade in FTSE 100 in India?

You do not have the option to directly invest in FTSE 100. Instead, you have the option to invest in an ETF or index fund.

What time does FTSE 100 open in India?

In India, the Euronext Market from the European Union opens at 12:30 PM IST and remains open until 09:00 PM IST.


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