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The FTSE 100 has started showing some signs of weakness around the 6750 mark, with an inside trendline also providing a key form of dynamic resistance. Given the largely sideways nature of this market over the past week, there is reason to believe we could see another period of weakness today, with the stochastic turning lower from overbought territory.
Ultimately, any pullback would likely be short-term in nature and as such, a bullish view remains unless we see an hourly close below 6663. That being said, it is worth watching out for a possible short-term pullback before pushing higher once more. Should that occur, the 76.4% support level would be of particular interest at 6684.