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The Telegraph
05.09.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said: "With the string of positive economic data eroding expectations over the Bank of England easing further in the future, sterling bulls have run rampant. "Investors may direct their attention towards the critical services PMI report which may offer clarity on how services have fared post-Brexit. If UK services follow the same positive pattern as construction and manufacturing, then sterling could be open to extreme gains moving forward."

The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Pound soars to seven-week high after UK services sector posts biggest rebound in 20 years

    The Telegraph
    02.09.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, says today's disappointing labour report has "failed to fulfil one of the prerequisites needed for the Fed to pull the trigger in the short term". "Talks about September being a “live” meeting to raise US rates may be discounted after today while December could hang on a thin line. While the overall outlook for the US economy still looks somewhat encouraging, more positive data may be needed in Q4 to renew hopes of the Fed breaking the trend of central bank inaction in December."

    The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Pound hits fresh four-week high and FTSE rallies as disappointing US jobs data dents rate hike prospects

      The Telegraph
      08.08.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, Forex Time, said: "This zero yielding metal remains heavily influenced by rate hike expectations and could be poised for further declines if optimism continues to grow over a probable rate hike. "Although risk aversion may keep Gold slightly buoyed, the combination of Dollars resurgence and mounting Fed hike hopes could attract sellers to attack incessantly. Bulls still have some breathing room above $1315, but a breakdown could signal imminent danger with prices tumbling towards $1305."

      The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 nears 14-month high and oil rallies on new output freeze calls

        The Telegraph
        16.06.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said the Fed’s statement triggered “a renewed wave  of risk aversion from the ongoing Brexit woes”, which had already bolstered the metal’s allure in recent days.  

        The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 nears four-month low as Bank of England leaves rates unchanged and warns of Brexit risks

          The Telegraph
          13.06.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said: "Although Wall Street displayed resilience with the S&P 500 previously smashing 10-month highs, prices could be set to decline for an extended period as the toxic combination of fading US rate hike expectations, Brexit woes, falling oil prices and ongoing concerns over the global economy create a risk-off trading environment."

          The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 sheds £59bn in three days and pound plunges on Brexit fears

            The Telegraph
            18.05.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said: "While bulls may be commended for exploiting this opportunity to sending oil prices higher, with overall global oil production still near record highs this commodity remains fundamentally bearish."

            The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 falters on revived prospects of US rate hike

              The Telegraph
              27.04.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said:"Since the historic rate hike decision in December, the economic landscape has morphed for the worst with incessant declines in oil prices and ongoing concerns over slowing global growth sabotaging the Fed’s efforts to take action. These factors have repeatedly caused the central bank to postpone rate hikes and with nothing changing fundamentally, a procrastinating Fed could be the ongoing theme for 2016."

              The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 stumbles as investors eye Fed policy update

                The Telegraph
                18.04.2016 - As oil prices collapse in the wake of the Doha talks, FXTM chief market strategist Hussein Al Sayed said: "Oil prices had rallied by more than 60% from January lows on prospects that an agreement to freeze production will be reached. "There is no doubt that oil prices are due to crash in Monday’s Asian trading session, but the question will be by how much? 5%, 10% or more than 15%. The burden will also be felt in all major financial assets, including equities, fixed income, and FX markets."

                The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 falls as sentiment sours after oil tanks on failed Doha talks

                  The Telegraph
                  15.04.2016 - However, despite tanking by $30 this week, Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said that mounting concerns over slowing global growth "should offer a platform for bullish investors to install another heavy round of buying."

                  The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 falters as China posts slowest growth since 2009

                    The Telegraph
                    29.03.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said: "An air of uncertainty ripples across the financial markets ahead of Tuesday’s heavily anticipated speech from Fed Chair Yellen which may provide some clarity on the number and timings of US interest rate hikes this year.

                    The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE dips as oil falters amid fears two-month rally may fizzle out

                      The Telegraph
                      16.03.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said: "Sterling bears were installed with inspiration during trading on Tuesday following the recent polls showing almost 52pc of people would vote to leave the European Union in June’s referendum and this sent the GBPUSD plunging to fresh weekly lows at 1.41.

                      The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 stumbles ahead of budget as cautious mood grips world markets ahead of Fed meeting

                        The Telegraph
                        09.03.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said: "Investors may direct their focus towards the UK Manufacturing report today which has followed a negative trajectory for an extended period. If the report shows further weakness in the UK manufacturing sector then the Sterling may be left vulnerable and open to open to further losses as fears intensify over an economic slowdown in the UK economy."  

                        The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 stumbles as sharp sell-off in China weighs on stocks

                          The Telegraph
                          24.02.2016 -  Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said:  "It is becoming increasingly clear that the elevated concerns over the state of the global economy have manufactured a highly sensitive trading environment which continues to be dictated by violent swings in the oil markets. "With anxieties towards the ongoing global turmoil still heightened and further declines in oil prices expected, stock markets may be left vulnerable and set for more pain as jittery investors systematically scatter away from riskier assets."

                          The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 tumbles after Saudi rules out oil output cuts and pound falls below $1.40 as Brexit fears bite

                            The Telegraph
                            23.02.2016 - Meanwhile, Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said: " With anxieties elevated ahead of the pending referendum on the 23rd of June and economic uncertainties of the possible implications of a Brexit weighing heavily on sentiment, the pound may be left vulnerable and open to further losses moving forward."

                            The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 falters after Asian stocks surrender gains as oil resumes slide - live

                              The Telegraph
                              22.02.2016 - Jameel Ahmad, of ForexTime, said the blue chip index had behaved in “an unusual way” after the vote on European Union membership was set for June 23. “We are now looking at the increased threat that corporations might threaten to leave the UK if it were to exit the European Union, and there would be huge risks to the UK markets if preliminary polls show that the vote could be as close or is being underestimated as the Scottish Referendum was very famously in September 2014.”

                              The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 closes higher as oil recovers, but pound slides as Boris backs Brexit

                                The Telegraph
                                16.02.2016 - "This basically means that producers are content for the aggressive oversupply in the markets to continue," said Jameel Ahmed, chief market analyst at FXTM.

                                The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Oil prices crash after Saudis fail to broker global production cut

                                  The Telegraph
                                  15.02.2016 - Jameel Ahmad, of ForexTime, said: " It is being speculated that the reason for the recovery of losses being seen so far in trading is because of renewed hopes that central banks will continue to ease monetary policy with eyes being directed on a Mario Draghi speech later today."

                                  The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 closes higher after Asian markets soar as strong yuan eases fears of devaluation

                                    The Telegraph
                                    05.02.2016 - Although stock markets enjoyed a slight uplift yesterday, it had nothing to do with an improved sentiment towards the global economy, but rather a sharp depreciation of the dollar, said Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime. "Although European and American equities grasped the opportunity to conclude positively on Thursday based on Dollar weakness, an air of caution ahead of the anticipated NFP report today may result in a lower open with prices depressed."  

                                    The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 climbs ahead of US jobs data - live

                                      The Telegraph
                                      29.01.2016 -  Reports yesterday which purported that Saudi Arabia had proposed a 5pc oil prodcution cut in each of the Opec members created "an explosively volatile environment", as fears heighten over excessive oversupply in the markets, Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime said. "These violent appreciations in oil prices go against the fundamentals which indicate an unrelenting oversupply and potential waning demand."

                                      The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 surges as Bank of Japan stuns with negative interest rate move - live

                                        The Telegraph
                                        26.01.2016 - The steep depreciation in oil prices has "chipped away at confidence" in the global economy and soured risk appetite once again, said Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime. "The expectations around central banks unleashing stimulus measures to curtail the turmoil in the financial markets provided false hopes for bullish investors, who have fallen victim to the sharp declines led by the intensifying concerns around the excessive oversupply of oil. "A re-established wave of risk aversion gripped Asian equities sending most into red territory, while elevated fears that China

                                        The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: China fears grip traders as FTSE 100 falters and oil slumps below $30 - live

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