تنبيه بالمخاطر: تتسم عقود الفروقات بكونها أدوات مالية معقدة وتنطوي على مخاطرة مرتفعة بخسارة الأموال بشكل سريع نتيجة لاستخدام الرافعة المالية. هناك نسبة مقدارها 83% 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 83% 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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The Guardian
12.09.2019 - Lukman Otunuga, senior research analyst at FXTM, says Mario Draghi has made one last push to stimulate the eurozone - before he leaves the European Central Bank next month. But, he also believes more measure may be required, given the weakness of Europe’s economy. Although Draghi has done “whatever it takes” before he hands the mantle over to Christine Lagarde, it seems markets are disappointed with the ECB’s actions. Given the concerns revolving around the health of the Eurozone economy, most were expecting Draghi to launch a monetary policy bazooka before his departure [...].

The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Trump hits out as ECB launches new stimulus programme to fight recession - as it happened

    The Guardian
    06.09.2019 - Lukman Otunuga, an analyst at forex firm FXTM, said: "The non-farm payroll report for August is projected to show an increase of 160k jobs created and the unemployment rate holding steady at 3.7%. Should the US jobs report meet or exceed market forecasts, this should cool speculation over deep Fed rate cuts, ultimately supporting the dollar."

    The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: US economy adds fewer jobs than expected amid trade tensions – as it happened

      The Guardian
      04.09.2019 - Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at FXTM, says Labour could help to push the pound higher. "Boris Johnson’s huge defeat provided some life to Sterling which recovered 1.2% [...]. The road from here is likely to be very tricky, especially if PM Boris Johnson takes the path towards a snap election. [...] However, Mr. Johnson needs at least two-thirds of MPs to vote in favour of one, and so far, the Labour party doesn’t seem willing to take this risk. If the opposition party manages to get Brexit delayed in the outcome of no deal, we can see Sterling recover..."

      The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Pound strengthens and markets rally as no-deal Brexit fears ease - business live

        The Guardian
        21.08.2019 - Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM, says slowdown fears are weighing on investors: "Asian stocks are mixed, with markets reluctant to get ahead of themselves in hoping for a near-term resolution to the US-China conflict. The intensifying concerns over the state of the global economy have only soured the outlooks for open and trade-dependent Asian economies, with such fears feeding into the performances of risk assets. Until there is a meaningful breakthrough in the US-China impasse, it would be a big ask for Asian assets to carve out substantial gains over the near-term..."

        The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: UK government borrowing misses targets; historic German bond sale – business live

          The Guardian
          20.08.2019 - Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM, says the dollar is benefitting from the surge into safe-haven assets... "The mighty Dollar continues to tighten its grip across currency markets as the Dollar Index (DXY) hit a fresh three-week high at 98.40 on Tuesday... Where the Dollar concludes this week will be heavily influenced by the FOMC minutes and Chair Jerome Powell’s speech in Jackson Hole on Friday. Should the minutes and Powell’s speech confirm expectations of a US interest rate cut in September, the Dollar has the potential to weaken."

          The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: UK factories suffer from Brexit and trade war tensions - as it happened

            The Guardian
            02.08.2019 - Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM says: Gold glittered with extreme intensity on Thursday, jumping to a fresh two week high above $1445 as Trump’s tariff tweets sent investors stampeding for safety. The precious metal has scope to push higher this afternoon if the pending US jobs report fails to meet market expectations. With concerns over slowing global growth, renewed US-China trade tensions and Brexit uncertainty accelerating the flight to safety, Gold is fundamentally bullish.

            The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Trump's fresh $300bn China tariff threat spooks markets

              The Guardian
              15.07.2019 - The Chinese government is likely to do whatever it takes to keep its growth rate above 6%, says Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist at FXTM: "Today China reported its slowest rate of quarterly economic expansion in almost three decades. The economy grew 6.2% in Q2, in line with markets’ expectations, but 0.2% below Q1 growth. Policymakers will likely defend the 6% growth levels over the second half of 2019 by escalating stimulus measures, whether it’s in the shape of fiscal or monetary. On the bright side, industrial output grew 6.3% in June [...]."

              The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Trump claims trade war is working as China's growth hits 27-year low - business live

                The Guardian
                09.07.2019 - Han Tan, a market analyst at the financial trading firm FXTM, said: “While a significant measure of Brexit risks have already been priced, the pound may still have more of its downside exposed, should the prospect of a no-deal Brexit ramp up meaningfully over the coming months.”

                The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Pound continues slide as traders fear impact of no-deal Brexit

                  The Guardian
                  16.05.2019 - Lukman Otunuga, research analyst at FXTM, says: ...Asian shares are mostly mixed during early Thursday trade amid the contrasting signals that are being delivered to investors in regards to US-China trade tensions. While there is hope on one side of the table that there will be a handshake between the US and Chinese authorities at the G20 next month to smoothen the recent escalation, this is being met with news that the US government will ban Huawei’s access to the US markets over national security concerns...

                  The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Trade war: China blasts US over Huawei blacklisting – as it happened

                    The Guardian
                    10.05.2019 - The next few hours will be “absolutely crucial” for the markets, says Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM. The paramount question of the day is – can the US and China strike a trade deal by midnight Friday in Washington, or will heightened tariffs kick in by 12:01AM? [or 5.10am BST tomorrow]. Given the looming deadline, hope for a trade resolution appears to be waning. Asian currencies are falling against the US Dollar, while the Japanese Yen is gaining 0.1 percent at the time of writing. Risk-off mood is clearly taking a hold on equity markets across the region, as they are all...

                    The original article can be viewed on The Guardian: Trump says China agreement 'possible this week' - as it happened

                      The Guardian
                      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

                        The Guardian
                        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

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