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Admiral Group UK:ADM -5.17% shares slumped 5.1%, after the car insurer said third-quarter group turnover was down by 2%. See: Admiral Group Q3 revenue off, on track for year

Shares of Tullow Oil UK:TLW +2.56% rose 3.1%, after J.P. Morgan Cazenove lifted the firm to overweight from neutral.

For the broader U.K. market, stocks moved higher as data showed the U.S. economy added 171,000 jobs in October, well above a 120,000 rise expected by economists surveyed by MarketWatch.

The unemployment rate ticked up to 7.9% from 7.8% in September, as was expected.

With the U.S. presidential election around the corner, the numbers mark the last employment report before the vote and could affect the outcome, some market participants say. See: U.S. jobless rate is a presidential concern

Shares of Royal Bank of Scotland Group drop after third-quarter earnings.

Among other notable movers in London, Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC shares UK:RBS -2.30% RBS -2.91% lost 1.3% after the bank said it swung to a third-quarter loss of 12.5 pence (20 cents) a share from a profit of 11.3 pence in the year-earlier quarter.

The group net interest margin, the difference between what a bank takes in on loans and pays out on deposits, widened to 1.94% from 1.84%.

“We are concerned by the slight increase in non-performing loans and lack of visibility for future profits for the taxpayer. The turnaround story at the moment is not credible and has much work to still undertake,” said Atif Latif, director at Guardian Stockbrokers in a note.

Other banks reversed after the U.S. data, with shares of Barclays PLC UK:BARC +1.02% BCS +0.36% up 2% and shares of HSBC Holdings PLC UK:HSBA -0.77% HBC -1.01% HK:5 +1.76% rising 0.3%.

Oil firms also moved higher, as oil prices trimmed losses. Shares of Royal Dutch Shell PLC UK:RDSB -0.13% RDS.B -0.22% added 0.2%, while those of BG Group PLC UK:BG -1.14% climbed 0.9%.

Comments

spencereng says:

Have you been able to stay in the game?

fu verymuch says:

yes I would love to know the study you used as will for the green dots and like @mehrshadvr4 I’m having the same problem. I would like to know what you think works best. thinkorswim platform has change now.

Reven Wood says:

THAT IS A SIM ACCOUNT…

Dan Smith says:

This looks like the Sim on infinity.

Watch Me TRADE says:

I call it T1; It is 1 of the 3 indicators i created to help me predict the trend.

ACEKING130 says:

what is the study called for the green dots at the top and bottom of your bars?

thank you.

bhills73 says:

Thank you, I find you work very educational.

mehrshadvr4 says:

Hi I had a quick question. I have just started trading and I have been in so many situations where I was not able to sell future contracts because l have been stuck behind the line of hundreds of people who are selling their contracts with same price as me and I lost money even when I was right about the market move. I always heard people say not to buy or sell contracts with market price, but do you think I can buy or sell the contracts immediately if I choose to buy with market price instead of limit order?  Something like jump ahead of the line instead of waiting in the line. Thanks

Vintage Grab says:

Watch Me trade my SIM account. lol

Keila Acevedo says:

And no… This is not about scammy trading software. *ANDY LANK TOOLS*

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