تنبيه بالمخاطر: تتسم عقود الفروقات بكونها أدوات مالية معقدة وتنطوي على مخاطرة مرتفعة بخسارة الأموال بشكل سريع نتيجة لاستخدام الرافعة المالية. هناك نسبة مقدارها 90% من حسابات المستثمرين الأفراد تخسر الأموال عند تداول عقود الفروقات مع هذا المزود للخدمة. ينبغي أن تنظر فيما إذا كنت تفهم كيفية عمل عقود الفروقات وما إذا كان بمقدورك تحمل المخاطر المرتفعة بخسارة أموالك.
تنبيه بالمخاطر: تتسم عقود الفروقات بكونها أدوات مالية معقدة وتنطوي على مخاطرة مرتفعة بخسارة الأموال بشكل سريع نتيجة لاستخدام الرافعة المالية. هناك نسبة مقدارها 90% من حسابات المستثمرين الأفراد تخسر الأموال عند تداول عقود الفروقات مع هذا المزود للخدمة. ينبغي أن تنظر فيما إذا كنت تفهم كيفية عمل عقود الفروقات وما إذا كان بمقدورك تحمل المخاطر المرتفعة بخسارة أموالك.

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06.05.2019 - Han Tan, a market analyst at the financial trading firm FXTM, said stock markets had received a “rude awakening” after several weeks of gains for global equities, helped by optimism over a trade deal and the US Federal Reserve holding back from raising interest rates. “This development has also served as a reminder of the threat investors still carry when it comes to being blindsided from a set of completely unexpected tweets,” he said.

The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Markets slide after Trump threatens to dramatically increase China tariffs

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    10.04.2019 - Fireworks aren’t expected, though, as Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst at FXTM, explains: "Mario Draghi and his fellow policymakers are expected to sit on their hands this month, with little room to maneuver amid significant headwinds. While political tensions in France and Brexit uncertainties are beyond the central bank’s control, these factors have been highlighted by the IMF as putting downward pressure on growth, leaving the ECB to bide for time and watch how these risks manifest into the real economy."

    The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: UK GDP report to show if growth stalled in February

      The Guardian
      23.12.2018 - Lukman Otunuga, a research analyst at FXTM, said the escalating row between Trump and Congress over funding for a wall on the Mexico border had created pain in the markets. “It was a remarkably terrible trading week for financial markets amid concerns over rising US interest rates, decelerating global growth, Brexit uncertainty and chaos in Washington.

      The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: White House attacks on Fed chair fuel fears of market turmoil in 2019

        The Guardian
        21.12.2018 - Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst at FXTM, says risk-taking is off the menu this Christmas, as investors digest Donald Trump’s threat to shut down the US government: The pain felt across global equity markets intensified today as growing fears of a U.S. government shutdown crippled risk sentiment.

        The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Jittery markets steady as Fed governor calms rate hike fears - business live

          The Guardian
          20.12.2018 - Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at FXTM, explains: Despite many signs of global economic growth slowing, the Fed does not seem to be very concerned at this stage suggesting that monetary policy will continue to tighten albeit at a slower pace than previously projected. What appeared to be even more concerning to equity investors is that Powell is not only ignoring Trump’s calls to pause the tightening cycle, but he is also not listening to them.

          The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Bank of England leaves interest rates on hold as Brexit hits the economy - as it happened

            The Guardian
            28.11.2018 - Lukman Otunuga, research analyst at City firm FXTM, believes the Bank’s analysis strengthens the prime minister’s hand, as she tries to force MPs to back her deal: On the bright side, the Bank of England stated that a close economic relationship with the EU could boost GDP growth by 1.75% over the next five years.

            The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Bank of England warns no-deal Brexit would cause historic downturn - as it happened

              The Guardian
              07.11.2018 - Jameel Ahmad, global head of currency strategy & market research at FXTM, says: One of the more interesting trends to have monitored in the aftermath of the mid-term results is the acceleration in near-term Dollar weakness. This suggests that investors are descaling away from heavy US dollar buying positions and have potentially been put off holding onto their positions because of the consensus that the Liberal Democrats taking control of the House provides a potential roadblock to President Trump introducing further fiscal stimulus.  

              The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Dollar falls and Wall Street rallies as US election 'clips Trump's wings' - as it happened

                The Guardian
                11.10.2018 - Lukman Otunuga, research analyst at FXTM, says: While U.S. President Donald Trump’s renewed criticism of the Federal Reserve for hiking interest rates played a role behind the steep selloff, there were other key factors brewing in the background. It is becoming clear that global equity markets are facing a perfect storm of headwinds such as rising U.S. bond yields, U.S.-China trade disputes, global growth concerns and prospects of higher U.S. interest rates. For as long as these themes remain, appetite for stocks are likely to diminish further consequently fueling

                The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Asian markets bounce back after more Wall Street losses – as it happened

                  The Guardian
                  11.10.2018 - Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at FXTM, argues that Trump must take some of the blame for the market losses: While I agree with President Trump that Wednesday’s selloff is the fault of the Fed, he should be reminded that the trade war he started with China and re-imposing sanctions on Iran is also to blame. His actions helped building inflationary pressures and the Fed cannot stand still when it sees the economy overheating.

                  The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Asian markets bounce back after more Wall Street losses – as it happened

                    The Guardian
                    04.10.2018 - Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at FXTM, says the selloff in US Treasury bills was the biggest story in the markets last night: This time it wasn’t only the rate-sensitive two-year yields that marched higher. Yields across the curve all saw significant spikes with the 10-year rates jumping above 3.2% for the first time since May 2011, while the longer term 30-year yields traded at the highest level since 2014 reaching 3.37% at the time of writing.

                    The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: UK car sales tumble 20%; markets hit by bond sell-off – as it happened

                      The Guardian
                      30.08.2018 - Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at FXTM, says there will be more volatility in the weeks ahead: Many investors would be wondering whether Barnier’s statement could be a turning point for the pound. Although many issues related to trade and the Irish border are far from being resolved, it currently seems that negotiations may begin moving in the right direction.

                      The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Pound boosted by Barnier's Brexit hint - as it happened

                        The Guardian
                        14.08.2018 - Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at foreign exchange firm FXTM, argues that Turkish policymakers need take much more decisive action, immediately. With inflation expected to run above 20%, a current account deficit that continues to widen, bond yields trading at record highs and growing political tensions with the U.S., the Turkish administration have limited choices to stop the Lira from bleeding.

                        The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Turkish financial crisis: Erdoğan says 'attacks will continue' – as it happened

                          The Guardian
                          26.07.2018 - A rocky meeting could shake the financial markets, warns Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst at FXTM: With escalating trade tensions between the European Union and the United States still a key theme that continues to weigh on global sentiment, the outcome of today’s meeting could leave a lasting impact on the markets. If the talks prove unsuccessful and trade tensions end up escalating further, risk sentiment is likely to be negatively impacted. Market players should be prepared to expect the unexpected from the talks, especially when considering how highly unpredictable

                          The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: US and EU reach deal to calm trade war fears – as it happened

                            The Guardian
                            24.07.2018 - Lukman Otunuga, research analyst at FXTM, suggests that the Bitcoin bulls have been lured out of hibernation, and could push bitcoin towards $10,000 An inflow of positive news over the past few weeks regarding cryptocurrencies has revived investor appetite for Bitcoin and this can be reflected in the bullish price action. Goldman Sachs and BlackRock have expressed interest in the cryptocurrency markets while the Financial Services Board declared that they do not pose a threat to the global financial system.

                            The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Google results and Chinese stimulus plans drive Nasdaq to fresh record high – as it happened

                              The Guardian
                              03.07.2018 - Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at FXTM, says the sharp depreciation in the Chinese currency is worrying investors. He reminds us that a similar slump three years ago spooked the global markets: In August 2015, USD-CNY appreciated from 6.21 to 6.44, a two-day gain of 3.85%. As a result, global stock markets sold off sharply as investors feared the beginning of a currency war. With trade tensions increasing day by day, Beijing might be playing this game as a tool in its trade war with the U.S. However, such a strategy will be a double-edged sword as it might

                              The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: UK construction strengthens; China promises not to launch currency war - business live

                                The Guardian
                                25.06.2018 - Lukman Otunuga, research analyst at FXTM, says the financial markets are increasingly edgy about today’s Opec meeting. The clashes between Saudi Arabia and Iran over whether to increase production has created “a growing sense of uncertainty”, he says: And while Opec’s deal is important, traders are also wondering whether the cartel can maintain its current agreement with Russia to curb production. That deal has been crucial in keeping output down, and prices up.

                                The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Trump threatens tariff on European cars; Opec agrees to boost oil output - as it happened

                                  The Guardian
                                  20.06.2018 - Lukman Otunuga, research analyst at FXTM, says investors should be cautious about joining today’s rally. He points out that the trade spat between China and the US could escalates again soon. Asian and European stocks rose today as markets attempted to shrug off trade war threats. While the improved risk appetite could elevate stock markets higher, the sustainability should be questioned as fears over trade tensions remain a key market theme.

                                  The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Markets recover but remain nervous over US-China trade dispute – as it happened

                                    The Guardian
                                    04.05.2018 - Lukman Otunuga, analyst at currency trading firm FXTM, explains: The chances of a breakthrough trade deal from the two-day meeting are seen as highly unlikely. However, the talks could be a positive step for the two nations to avoid a potential trade war. Although it is difficult to predict the outcome of the trade meetings, continual talks and negotiations between the Trump administration officials and Chinese officials may ease tensions.

                                    The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: US trade mission ends with limited progress, China says - business live

                                      The Guardian
                                      27.04.2018 - Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst at FXTM, says the UK GDP figures have undermined the pound sharply. Buying sentiment towards the British Pound was dealt a severe blow on Friday, following reports that the U.K economy grew much slower than expected in Q1. U.K GDP growth slowed to 0.1% in the first quarter, much worse than the expected 0.3%, and its weakest since 2012. While the snow had some negative impacts on GDP, the bad weather really can’t bear all the blame - its effects on growth were small.

                                      The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Pound slides as UK growth slows to brink of stagnation - as it happened

                                        The Guardian
                                        19.04.2018 - Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at FXTM, agrees that supply worries and geopolitical tensions are pushing oil up: Oil found support after data from the Energy Information Administration showed that crude inventories dropped 1.1 million barrels in the week to 13 April, while gasoline and distillate stockpiles fell by more than 3 million barrels. Now it is OPEC and Co.’s turn to capitalize on the bullish report as they meet in Jeddah on Friday.  

                                        The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Shire takeover battle intensifies, as commodity prices boom – as it happened

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