The main European stock indices finish the day mostly down. The exception is Britain’s FTSE 100, which rose on the day but is at an all-time high. Britain’s FTSE 100 rose 73.98 points at its peak. It ends up being about a 29-point win. A look at the wear levels it shows: German DAX, -0. 6D French Cert -0.59D UK FTSE 100 0.39D Spanish Ibex -0.10D Italian FTSE MIB -0.5D German Rally D Wellheads have just been found. of the next 100-hour moving average (blue line in the chart below). A break below the 100 hourly moving average currently at 1 07 (current price 13925.59) is more difficult with more work in the near term. Last week’s low was 13791.52. That’s the next target, followed by a 38.2 percent gain from the Sept. 29 low. The lowest is 13602.86.