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ForexTime (FXTM) en los medios

Tal y como se recoge en publicaciones líderes a nivel internacional

ForexTime (FXTM) está reconocido internacionalmente por sus servicios centrados en el cliente, sus innovadoras soluciones operativas y su profundo conocimiento de la industria. Los productos y servicios de la compañía son destacados con frecuencia en los portales de los medios de forex de mayor credibilidad, con apariciones en periódicos, revistas, televisión y eventos en vivo. Es más, el equipo directivo de ForexTime (FXTM), compuesto por personas ampliamente conocidas y respetadas en el mundo financiero, recibe a menudo invitaciones para proporcionar análisis, opinar sobre el mercado y dar su visión personal sobre el mercado forex y su constante desarrollo.

A continuación puede consultar algunos de los momentos más importantes de este año…

Gulf Times
17.05.2019 - “The conflicting signals over trade are likely to simply spark more uncertainty and confusion in the market, and investors will continue to scatter and reassess their appetite towards taking on risk as a result,” said Lukman Otunuga, a research analyst at FXTM.

The original article can be viewed on Gulf Times: Stock markets recover after volatility as investors weigh US-China trade talks hopes

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    14.05.2019 - Calling the surge “a mystery to investors”, FXTM research analyst Lukman Otunuga observed “the coincidental view” that bitcoin’s price rose at the same time as US-China trade tensions. “While it’s far too premature to suggest that bitcoin has restored itself as a potential safe-haven asset for investors, the idea will attempt to pick up further momentum if the cryptocurrency continues to explode higher amid the risk-off conditions,” Otunuga said.

    The original article can be viewed on Gulf Times: World equities sink as US, China exchange trade war salvos

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      08.05.2019 - “Smoke continues to linger across market sentiment following the smoke grenade President Trump launched over the weekend with the threat of adding further tariffs on Chinese imports at the end of the week,” said Lukman Otunuga, research analyst at FXTM.

      The original article can be viewed on Gulf Times: European markets take cover as Trump trade fears escalate

        Gulf Times
        07.05.2019 - “The period of historic calm across global financial markets is staring at the prospect of a rude awakening,” said Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM.

        The original article can be viewed on Gulf Times: World markets dive as Trump threatens $200bn China tariffs

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          10.04.2019 - The pound is set for “another wild week” amid uncertainty over the shape of Brexit, said FXTM analyst Lukman Otunuga. “When dealing with Brexit, one should always expect the unexpected and this will remain the mantra until more clarity is provided,” he said.

          The original article can be viewed on Gulf Times: European stocks drop; British pound wobbles on Brexit fears

            Gulf Times
            06.07.2015 - "In spite of the continual uncertainty over the situation in Greece, there remains no signs of increased appetite for gold," said Jameel Ahmad, chief market analyst at trading group FXTM. "You would normally expect demand for safe-haven assets to improve significantly when events such as the Greece crisis occur, but this has not happened. There is clearly hesitation from buyers to even consider purchasing gold as we approach the timing of a US interest rate rise and the outlook for gold remains weak."

            The original article can be viewed on Gulf Times

              Gulf Times
              14.05.2015 - “While all attention on Greece has been focused on the prolonged negotiations with creditors, the economic data has taken a step backwards in 2015,” said FXTM analyst Jameel Ahmad.

              The original article can be viewed on Gulf Times

                Gulf Times
                11.05.2015 - “Although the dollar is currently pressuring major currencies, the Federal Reserve will continue to adopt a slow approach to normalising monetary policy and I would say this is the major reason why gold is actually trading higher following the NFP,” said analyst Jameel Ahmad at traders FXTM.

                The original article can be viewed on Gulf Times

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