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FXTM Market Analysts

Hussein Sayed

Hussein Sayed

Chief Market Strategist (Gulf & MENA)

E-mail: info@forextime.com

Personal info

Hussein Al Sayed has nearly 14 years of experience in the Financial Markets. He is best known for his role as an anchor at CNBC Arabia hosting the popular evening show, Bursat Al Alam.

Prior to joining the broadcast network, Hussein spent several years working in the financial services sector as a dealer, trader and analyst covering equities, commodities, and foreign exchange markets.

Besides his role at CNBC Arabia, Hussein has most recently established himself as Chief Strategist Gulf & MENA for FXTM, one of the world's fastest growing online forex brokers – educating and delivering market research reports, helping traders making trading decisions.

The latest articles

Key market events to watch this week

21.05 @ 10:04 By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist (Gulf & MENA)
Trade war on hold  - for now Asian stocks gained on Monday morning as investors learned that the U.S. and China agreed to drop the tariff threats against each other while they continue to... Read more

Euro shakes off political risk; Brent near $80

17.05 @ 09:49 By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist (Gulf & MENA)
The Euro strengthened slightly early Thursday, to trade at 1.1837 after hitting a new five-month low of 1.1761 the previous day. It seems that the single currency has a new headache to deal with;... Read more

Risk aversion returns on higher yields & geopolitical risks

16.05 @ 09:47 By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist (Gulf & MENA)
Good news is bad news U.S. consumers are becoming more confident to spend. U.S. retail sales increased 0.3% in April, and March figures were revised up to 0.8% from 0.6%. When excluding food... Read more

U.K. jobs under the radar; Turkish Lira falls to new low

15.05 @ 10:02 By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist (Gulf & MENA)
Stocks in Asia were uninspired by the slight gains on Wall Street during Monday trading. Although the easing of U.S.- China trade tensions was supposed to be positive for risk assets, the rise in... Read more

Key market themes to watch this week

14.05 @ 09:33 By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist (Gulf & MENA)
Trade resolution A month after the U.S. Commerce Department banned one of China's biggest tech companies, ZTE, from exporting U.S. products, President Trump announced his willingness to help the... Read more