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Ci-dessous vous pouvez découvrir quelques-uns des faits marquants de cette année…

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

    12.09.2019 - ECB policymakers are expected to announce an interest rate cut and new stimulus package in response to weakening Eurozone economic data and Germany's contraction last quarter, Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at FXTM, said in a research note.

    The original article can be viewed on Business Insider: Global stocks are surging after Trump delays China tariffs

      Reuters
      12.09.2019 - Bouts of optimism have unravelled very quickly due to the erratic and unpredictable nature of the U.S.-China trade negotiations, which "ensures a lingering air of caution over global markets, even as risk assets are given another opportunity to make hay while the sun shines," Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM said in a note.

      The original article can be viewed on Reuters: SE Asia Stocks-Tepid as Sino-U.S. trade thaw fails to lift sentiment

        NASDAQ
        11.09.2019 - "The lull in the US-China trade conflict has prompted safe haven assets to unwind recent gains: Gold is now trading below the $1490 level, the Japanese Yen has weakened above 107.5 against the US Dollar, while yields on 10-year US Treasuries have surged past 1.70 percent." said Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM.

        The original article can be viewed on NASDAQ: Asian Stocks Follow US Peers Higher, Amid lull in US-China Trade Tensions

          Reuters
          10.09.2019 - “A figure that prints above market expectations should soothe concerns over the health of South Africa’s economy ahead of credit rating by Moody’s in November,” Lukman Otunuga, senior research Analyst at FXTM, said in a note.

          The original article can be viewed on Reuters: South Africa's rand firms ahead of manufacturing data

            NASDAQ
            09.09.2019 - "Mildly encouraging remarks from Boris Johnson on Brexit coupled with surprisingly strong economic data from the United Kingdom have sent the GBPUSD rallying over 100 pips. Easing fears over Britain heading for a recession after economic output in July jumped 0.3% should support Pound bulls in the near term. While rising speculation around Brexit being delayed to January 2020 will most likely boost buying sentiment, the road ahead for the Pound is still filled with many obstacles and potholes." said Lukman Otunuga, senior research analyst at FXTM.

            The original article can be viewed on NASDAQ: Pound Regains Mojo on Positive GDP and Brexit Optimism

              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

                05.09.2019 - "Despite the gains in riskier assets, global investors are not getting carried away by this surge in optimism on news that the US and China are set to hold trade talks next month," said Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM. "After all, investors have been seasoned by the tumultuous developments thus far in the year-long US-China trade conflict," he added.

                The original article can be viewed on Business Insider: Global stocks are jumping after China says trade talks with the US will resume in October

                  04.09.2019 - "With no timetable set up for trade talks and economic data pointing south, we may see further selloff in US and global equity markets as the risk of recession continues to rise," Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at FXTM, said in a morning note.

                  The original article can be viewed on Business Insider: Stocks are soaring after UK Parliament voted against a 'no-deal' Brexit and Hong Kong scrapped its extradition bill

                    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

                      03.09.2019 - “Sterling is set for more volatility over the near term, as the pound remains highly sensitive to the slightest development pertaining to Brexit,” warned FXTM market analyst Han Tan. “Ultimately, any event that’s seen as pushing the UK closer to a no-deal Brexit would be deemed pound-negative.” ... “Ultimately, the various political permutations will be judged on whether they raise or dilute the chance of a no-deal Brexit, which has been deemed the worst-case scenario for the UK economy,” said Tan.

                      The original article can be viewed on City AM: Sterling recovers from 34-year low amid Brexit showdown

                        CNN Money
                        03.09.2019 - The currency fell as much as 0.9% against the dollar to $1.1957. That's the lowest level since a mystery flash crash in October 2016, according to FXTM, a currency broker.

                        The original article can be viewed on CNN Money: Some say it's time to sell stocks. These big names disagree

                          Reuters
                          03.09.2019 - “There was a collective sigh of relief across the South African economy after economic growth surprised by expanding during the second quarter of 2019,” said Lukman Otunuga, senior research analyst at FXTM. “The encouraging GDP figure is unlikely to derail the South African Reserve (SARB) from cutting interest rates in an effort to stimulate domestic consumption and growth.”

                          The original article can be viewed on Reuters: South Africa's rand firms on positive GDP data, stocks flat

                            30.08.2019 - The possibility of renewed talks "allows markets to continue clinging on to hope that a resolution to this protracted impasse is not dead in the water, with traders using this as an excuse to push further into risk-on territory at any given opportunity," Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM, said in a morning note.

                            The original article can be viewed on Business Insider: Stocks are rallying after China touted that it's having 'effective communication' with the US on the trade war

                              Yahoo Finance
                              29.08.2019 - Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM said, "Given the rising prospects of a no-deal Brexit, in light of the suspension of the UK parliament beginning September 9, Sterling should find itself bogged down by the political uncertainties."

                              The original article can be viewed on Yahoo Finance: Dollar Edges Higher Following Q2 US GDP Release

                                29.08.2019 - "As long as the US-China trade dispute remains unresolved, it's hard to see a sustainable rally in equities," Hussein Sayed, chief market analyst at FXTM, said in a morning note. "And with new trade tariffs coming up next week, expect further negative impact on economic data."

                                The original article can be viewed on Business Insider: Stocks are surging after China signals trade talks with the US could be back on

                                  CNN Money
                                  28.08.2019 - "Given the persistent nature of the US-China trade conflict, which has injected greater doses of recession fears into markets, the overall demand for safe haven assets is expected to remain resolute," said Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM, a currency broker.

                                  The original article can be viewed on CNN Money: What's moving markets today: August 28, 2019

                                    Daily Mail
                                    27.08.2019 - "Global investors have had their emotions toyed with amidst the ever-shifting sands of the U.S.-China trade conflict," said Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM. "Market nerves have been left raw, with the delicate sentiment prompting knee-jerk reactions to every nuance pertaining to the highly unpredictable U.S.-China trade impasse." Until there are clear signs of progress in trade negotiations between the two countries, risk-aversion will continue to dominate market sentiment, Tan added.

                                    The original article can be viewed on Daily Mail: Stocks eke out gains on flickering trade hopes

                                      NASDAQ
                                      27.08.2019 - "It remains to be seen whether or not Trump's comments prove to be green shoots or a false dawn over the prospects of a meaningful US-China trade deal," said Han Tan, market analyst at FXTM, a foreign-exchange trader. "The risk-on sentiment may prove fleeting, given that new and heightened tariffs are set to be imposed on US and Chinese goods by next week," he added... He said the PBOC is in a tricky spot, having to navigate a fine line tolerating more yuan weakness in order to offset economic headwinds...

                                      The original article can be viewed on NASDAQ: Asian currencies feel pressure as yuan hits 11-1/2 year low

                                        26.08.2019 - While investor concerns are calmed for now, "Trump's rhetoric, however, must be treated with the utmost caution," said Han Tan, Market Analyst at FXTM, in an email to Business Insider. "Investors are well aware that multiple rounds of trade talks have only led to the current dismal situation, whereby repeated tariff threats have become the norm. Until there are clear signs of progress in US-China trade negotiations, risk-aversion will continue to dominate market sentiment."

                                        The original article can be viewed on Business Insider: Trump just said China wants to restart trade talks — and relieved traders are pushing markets higher

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