Definitions for "Footsie"
Keywords:  ftse, britain, actuaries, london, dow
Mainly applies to international equities. Financial times (f-t)-actuaries 100 index: "Dow average" of London.
The Financial Times Stock Exchange 100 Share Index, generally abbreviated to FT-SE 100. The index reflects the change in the value of shares of the top 100 companies traded on the London Stock Exchange.
Footsie stands for the FT-SE 100 Share Index, the UK stock market’s main benchmark index. It measures the daily share price performance of Britain’s top 100 public limited companies, ranked by their size.
Insert non-formatted text here Footsie is a practice in which two people use their feet to play with each other's feet. This generally involves slipping their shoes off under a table and rubbing their feet against one another or up their partner's leg. Women and men commonly engage in this activity, while women will sometimes play footsie with other women as well.
Keywords:  number
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