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Lukman's Week Ahead | 12/11/2018

Every Monday at 13:00 GMT, our market expert will be on hand to tackle the week’s most significant market developments and their impact on the currency, commodity and equity markets. In his first presentation on the 12th of November, Lukman takes on: •Sentiment cautious on global growth fears and trade tensions •Dollar remains King of the currency markets •Oil prices rescued by Saudi Arabia pledge •US and UK retail sales/inflation in focus •Technical and fundamental setups to watch out for •FXTM trading signals

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