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The Telegraph
17.05.2017 - FXTM Research Analyst Lukman Otunuga says a feeling of "unease" is gripping financial markets today, as investors offload riskier assets after political turmoil enveloped Donald Trump’s administration. "Bearish contagion has already contaminated European equities. "With the latest bombshell developments in the Trump saga seen as an obstacle that may delay the proposed fiscal spending further, Wall Street should follow the bearish cues from Asian and European markets this afternoon."

The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Dollar wallows at six-month lows as US political chaos wipes out 'Trump bump'; UK unemployment rate hits 42-year low

    The Telegraph
    08.05.2017 - Jameel Ahmad, FXTM Vice President of Market Research, said:  "While the lifeline of the euro relief rally appears to be short-lived, I would go as far as to say that the Euro is heavily oversold at these levels and this is not linked to the headlines that Europe has defeated populism. Although political headlines are still overshadowing economic news when it comes to the global market theme of 2017, there is an improved economic sentiment around Europe that has been building recently as a result of significantly improved data.

    The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Euro slips back below $1.10 and French shares briefly touch post-crisis highs as markets take Macron victory in their stride

      The Telegraph
      24.04.2017 - FXTM Research Analyst Lukman Otunuga said: "Although this risk-on sentiment could support the Euro in the short term, upside gains may face obstacles if uncertainty starts to mount once again ahead of the second round of voting on 7 May. While expectations remain somewhat elevated over Macron becoming the next French President, the live threat of an unexpected Trump-style victory by Marine Le Pen could still expose the Euro to downside shocks."

      The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: World stocks power to record high and euro jumps as French vote result sparks relief rally

        The Telegraph
        27.03.2017 - FXTM Vice President of Market Research Jameel Ahmad points out that investors have priced in "huge premiums" into the financial markets following the night Trump was declared victorious in the US election based on his campaign promises. However, he says Trump's actions speak louder than words. "This could be a turning point and investors will need to monitor how the markets react as trading continues to get underway for the new week." 

        The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Trump slump: £19bn wiped off FTSE 100 and Dow Jones heads for longest losing streak since 2011 on reflation trade doubts

          The Telegraph
          27.03.2017 - However, FXTM Research Analyst Lukman Otunuga, thinks the gains might be short-lived.  He said: "Despite the gains the sterling has displayed this quarter, the uncertainty of Brexit may ensure weakness remains a recurrent market theme in the longer term with bears on standby to exploit the technical bounce to attack prices lower.  

          The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Trump slump: £19bn wiped off FTSE 100 and Dow Jones heads for longest losing streak since 2011 on reflation trade doubts

            The Telegraph
            22.02.2017 - FXTM Research Analyst Lukman Otunuga says sterling has found itself exposed to steep losses today following the mixed economic data from the UK which revived some Brexit anxieties. He said: "Although Britain’s economic growth accelerated faster than previously assumed in the final quarter of 2016 at 0.7pc, the noticeable decline in business investment in the same quarter has already triggered concerns of how the rising uncertainty will impact investment this year. 

            The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Pound retreats from two-month high against euro on weak UK business investment data but French political nerves still weigh

              The Telegraph
              23.01.2017 - Jameel Ahmad, of FXTM, highlights the unwinding of US dollar positions is due to investors' impatience towards Trump. #gbpusd technicals show signs of a bullish recovery, but traders should be mindful towards sudden exhaustion.

              The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 extends losses but pound hits five-week high as unease over Trump weakens dollar

                The Telegraph
                12.01.2017 - However, Lukman Otunuga, of FXTM, cautioned: "Regardless of the short-term gains, sentiment remains bearish towards the Pound with the ongoing Brexit woes eventually sabotaging upside gains. "Sellers may be encouraged to exploit the technical bounce on the GBPUSD to drag prices back down lower towards 1.2000 in the medium to longer term." 

                The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 turns positive and pound regains momentum as markets digest retail bonanza

                  The Telegraph
                  10.01.2017 - However, Lukman Otunuga, of FXTM, cautioned: "Sterling remains imprisoned by the hard Brexit concerns while uncertainty motivates bears to attack ruthlessly at any given opportunity. While there continue to be talks of the EURUSD parity, the GBPUSD parity could also become a reality if the Brexit turmoil pressures the Bank of England to adopt a dovish approach. "The bearish combination of Sterling weakness amid the Brexit woes and Dollar strength from the prospects of higher US rates has made the GBPUSD fundamentally bearish." 

                  The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 sets another record high and pound sinks as HSBC chairman says banks may trigger Brexit contigency plans by March

                    The Telegraph
                    30.11.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of FXTM, says: "A strong feeling of anxiety has gripped the financial markets this week with investor jitters rising as uncertainty over OPEC securing a meaningful freeze deal in today’s Vienna meeting weighs heavily on global sentiment." He points out that the many anomalies revolving around the deal continues to send ominous warnings while repeatedly conflicting reports of major oil producers cooperating and debating have left most market participants on edge.

                    The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 rises and oil jumps as Opec begins debate on oil cuts

                      The Telegraph
                      28.11.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of FXTM, said: "Although OPEC may be repeatedly commended on their ability to create speculative boosts in oil via freeze deal hopes this may come at a very heavy price if nothing is achieved on Wednesday. The classical prisoner’s dilemma OPEC members face coupled with the persistent oversupply woes could ensure low oil prices remains a recurrent theme in the medium to longer term.  

                      The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 falters as Opec deal doubts drag oil prices lower

                        The Telegraph
                        18.11.2016 - Euro-dollar parity dream could become a reality Lukman Otunuga, of FXTM, reckons the euro-dollar parity dream could become a reality, if the dollar resurgence on rate hike expectations encourages sellers to install repeated rounds of selling.  "From a technical standpoint, prices are bearish and the combination of Euro weakness and Dollar strength could spark a sharp decline to 1.050. A decisive break down below 1.050 may pave a clear path towards 1.000."

                        The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Euro suffers longest losing streak on record, as Goldman Sachs predicts pound will sink to $1.14 by end-2017

                          The Telegraph
                          17.11.2016 - Markets interested in Yellen's view on economic effects of Trump's proposed fiscal policies With investors now  questioning whether the greenback still has room to move higher on the short run, Hussein Sayed, of FXTM, says the answer lies in Janet Yellen's testimony before the Joint Economic Committee later today. "Most Fed officials are in favour of 25 basis points hike in December, and markets are almost certain that the Fed will pull the trigger in their next meeting, so a December rate hike is already priced into the dollar

                          The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 rises and pound spikes back above $1.25 after bumper UK retail sales data

                            The Telegraph
                            16.11.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of FXTM, said investors may direct their attention towards the pending UK labor report which could provide some clarity on how the UK economy is faring in the aftermath of the Brexit vote. "The number of new claimants for unemployment has been predicted to edge higher in October, and if such becomes a reality then concerns could elevate over the Brexit woes contaminating the UK labor markets. Another batch of soft domestic economic releases from the UK could be the catalyst bears need to install another heavy round of selling on the GBPUSD during Tuesday’

                            The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Live FTSE 100 falters and pound hovers below $1.25 after UK jobless rate falls to 11-year low - but benefit claims jump

                              The Telegraph
                              11.11.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of FXTM, said: "Markets awoke with a change of heart during early trading on Friday with emerging market stocks descending into the abyss as fears heightened over higher US interest rates under new U.S. President Donald Trump. "Asian shares also displayed some exhaustion from the Trump effect with the slowing momentum potentially contaminating European markets later today. Although Wall Street was a star performer on Thursday as the Dow Jones lurched to all-time highs, questions should be asked over the sustainability of the current rally.

                              The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Live Pound on track for best fortnight since 2008 but Trump aftershocks shake emerging markets

                                The Telegraph
                                20.10.2016 -  Lukman Otunuga, of FXTM, says investors are hoping the ECB can provide clues about a possible extension to the QE program. He adds: "While it is widely expected that interest rates and the current 80 billion bond buying remains unchanged in October, the press conference where Draghi may be bombarded by taper questions could spark explosive levels of volatility. With European inflation still well below the golden 2pc target and unemployment hovering around 10pc, the taper scenario looks quite premature. 

                                The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 slides and pound flounders below $1.23 after ECB leaves interest rates unchanged

                                  The Telegraph
                                  19.10.2016 - Jameel Ahmad, of FXTM, said the pound had "strongly rebounded" but expectations for "further falls" are still "strong".  "The recent rebound is likely being seen by investors as an opportunity to reload selling positions with the Brexit uncertainty sure to dominate headlines and weigh on investor sentiment for many months to come," he added. 

                                  The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 falters and pound rises above $1.23 as UK unemployment rate holds steady at 4.9pc despite Brexit vote

                                    The Telegraph
                                    05.10.2016 - Jameel Ahmad, of FXTM, says: "The selling momentum in the Pound has come to a small pause ahead of the PM speech, however the FTSE did at one point dip into the red despite the inverse Pound/FTSE correlation taking place. I believe there are concerns that Theresa May could provide further details around the feared "Hard Brexit" and this is likely why some profits have been taken on the major UK market."

                                    The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Pound falls below $1.27 for first time since 1985 and FTSE 100 dips as hard Brexit fears grip City

                                      The Telegraph
                                      27.09.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, also points to "extreme levels of volatility" this morning.  "Financial markets may experience extreme levels of volatility in the coming weeks as the catalytic combination of sporadic oil prices, ongoing Brexit anxieties and anticipation ahead of the U.S presidential election leave investors on edge.  "Concerns over the global economy remain elevated while the mounting uncertainty ahead of the U.S presidential election could repel investors from riskier assets. "

                                      The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 skids below 6,800 as Deutsche's woes worsen and post-debate relief rally fizzles out

                                        The Telegraph
                                        08.09.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said: "The Euro was flung onto a chaotic rollercoaster ride on Thursday following the European Central Bank’s decision to keeping its monetary policy stance unchanged despite the worrying state of the European economy. Official interest rates were left unchanged while monthly asset purchases of $80 billion were confirmed to run until the end of March 2017 which left investors empty handed. With uncertainty still a recurrent theme in the markets, most central banks have adopted a stance on inaction and such was displayed today"

                                        The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Pound skids below $1.33 after ECB says Brexit uncertainties will 'dampen' eurozone economic recovery

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