The original article can be viewed on BBC News: How does Brexit affect the pound?
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15.01.2019 - Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at FXTM, said: "It is expected that the bill will be voted down, but this won't be the most significant factor influencing the pound's direction, it's what will happen next."
The original article can be viewed on BBC News: How does Brexit affect the pound?
14.01.2019 - Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at FXTM, said investors “seem to be on wait-and-see” mode ahead of the vote, with the pound hovering around $1.285.
The original article can be viewed on The Independent: Global markets spooked as China reports weakest trade for two years
08.01.2019 - “Appetite for the rand and many other emerging markets has been impacted by a stabilizing dollar,” said Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at forex broker FXTM.
The original article can be viewed on Reuters: South African rand loses ground as dollar recovers
28.12.2018 - "It is certainly too early for any celebrations," said Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst at FXTM. "With investor appetite for riskier assets seen diminishing amid the unfavorable market conditions, global equity markets remain vulnerable to downside shocks."
The original article can be viewed on Business Insider: Asian and European stocks rally to track dramatic late-day rebound in US markets
28.12.2018 - “Although U.S. stock markets bounced back to life yesterday to end positive and Asian shares traded mostly higher this morning, it is certainly too early for any celebrations,” said Lukman Otunuga, research analyst at FXTM, in a note.
The original article can be viewed on Marketwatch: Stocks end mostly lower but log first weekly gain in a turbulent December
28.12.2018 - "The final trading week of 2018 has been explosively volatile and wildly unpredictable," said analyst Lukman Otunuga at FXTM. "Global sentiment repeatedly swung from extremely bearish to bullish this week as investors tussled with concerns over slowing global growth, US-China trade developments, Brexit-related uncertainty and a partial US government shutdown."
The original article can be viewed on Yahoo Finance: Stock markets test investor nerves in roller coaster ride
27.12.2018 - "Buying sentiment towards global equity markets skyrocketed yesterday due to an apparent return of risk appetite and rebounding oil prices," Lukman Otunuga, a research analyst at FXTM, said. "However, with geopolitical risk factors leaving global sentiment extremely fragile, the upside was poised to be limited."
The original article can be viewed on Business Insider: Dow rallies more than 800 points in the final 2 hours of trading, books 260-point gain
27.12.2018 - “To call for a bottom, we need at least a couple of days of strength, not just in price, but also in trading volume, breadth of the market, and a fundamentally supported environment,” also said FXTM strategist Hussein Sayed. “So far we don’t see a shift in fundamentals. Trade tensions between the U.S. and China remains the biggest unknown factor for 2019,” he added.
The original article can be viewed on Reuters: European shares slip back to 2016 levels as Wall St. support evaporates
27.12.2018 - “Such rallies are not uncommon in troubled times, and we have experienced many of them in past bear markets,” said Hussein Sayed, chief market strategist at FXTM.
The original article can be viewed on Reuters: US STOCKS-Futures tumble after Wall Street's dramatic surge
27.12.2018 - "One of the drivers behind the change in dynamics that has resulted in OPEC losing influence over the oil industry is the emergence of the capability of outsiders to produce oil," said Jameel Ahmad, global head of currency strategy and market research at FXTM. "None have been more prominent in this arena in recent years than the United States," Ahmad said.
The original article can be viewed on CNN Money: What oil's plunge says about the global economy in 2019
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
22.12.2018 - "It has been a remarkably terrible trading week for financial markets amid concerns over rising US interest rates, decelerating global growth, Brexit uncertainty and chaos in Washington," said Lukman Otunuga, a research analyst at FXTM.
The original article can be viewed on Yahoo Finance: Third straight rout ends worst week for Dow, Nasdaq since 2008 crisis
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
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
20.12.2018 - "2018 will be remembered as a year of heightened volatility for a number of different financial asset classes. Ongoing political risk and uncertainty around the unpredictable nature of President Trump were not the only catalysts behind market fluctuations" said Jameel Ahmad, Global Head of Currency Strategy and Market Research at FXTM.
The original article can be viewed on Forbes: Which currencies will unexpectedly rise above expectations or under-perform in 2019?
17.12.2018 - “A final key rate hike for 2018 is almost a done deal, but what is more important is how the Fed’s dot plots shift in 2019 and beyond. If U.S. monetary policymakers are seeing a serious risk of economic slowdown, those dots should be pulled downwards,” said FXTM strategist Hussein Sayed.
The original article can be viewed on Reuters: GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks dip as "Christmas rally" proves elusive, oil rises
10.12.2018 - "Traders have unexpectedly found the needed encouragement today to price in a host of different scenarios over what could happen regarding Brexit and with none of them making for a pleasant scenario" said Jameel Ahmad, Global Head of Currency Strategy and Market Research at FXTM.
The original article can be viewed on Yahoo Finance: Pound Tumbles Dangerously Close to 1.24 as May Postpones Brexit Vote
07.12.2018 - LUKMAN OTUNUGA, RESEARCH ANALYST, FXTM, “A collective sigh of relief was felt across oil markets after OPEC+ delegates successfully reached an agreement to cut production by 1.2 million barrels per day. OPEC nations have agreed to trim production by 800,000 barrels while non-OPEC members will handle the remainder.
The original article can be viewed on Reuters: OPEC, allied exporters to cut crude output by 1.2 million bpd
07.12.2018 - “A collective sigh of relief was felt across oil markets” after news that the producers successfully reached an agreement to cut output, said Lukman Otunuga, research analyst at FXTM. “This breakthrough in talks is a welcome development for financial markets and is seen supporting risk sentiment during the upcoming trading week.”
The original article can be viewed on Marketwatch: U.S., Russia overshadow oil market’s ‘collective sigh of relief’ for OPEC’s output-cut deal
05.12.2018 - Lukman Otunuga, research analyst at FXTM said: “The tremors created from President Trump’s Twitter outbursts continue to illustrate how financial markets remain extremely sensitive to trade-related newsflow. “Although the Trump Administration has repeatedly blamed the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy tightening for the unfavourable investor mood in stocks, the key culprit behind the selloff witnessed yesterday was clearly the comment made by Trump on trade with China.
The original article can be viewed on Yahoo Finance: Pound rises against dollar and euro as chances of UK remaining in EU increase