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ذیل میں آپ رواں سال کی کچھ جھلکیاں دیکھ سکتے ہں۔ ۔ ۔

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22.01.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said stocks markets were offered "a lifeline" yesterday as the sharp rebound in oil prices has "restored some global confidence". "This positivity installed a wave of risk appetite in the Asian equity arena which sent prices higher and also complimented the growing speculations that the central banks will expand stimulus measures. "Despite these short-term gains viewed in the stock markets, confidence in the overall global economy still remains low while elevated concerns around slowing global growth and declining commodity

The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 on track for first weekly gain of 2016 as oil prices rebound - live

    The Telegraph
    20.01.2016 - Lukman Otunuga, of ForexTime, said: "The sharp selloffs in the global equity markets which continuously encouraged safe-haven attention has granted a false lifeline to Gold bulls who have found it noticeable difficult to break above the psychological $1110 resistance." "Despite the recent gains from the exploitation of risk aversion and shaky sentiment towards the dollar, this commodity remains fundamentally bearish in the bigger picture. The live possibility around the fact that US interest rates may be increased on numerous occasions this year should limit how high prices

    The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: FTSE 100 hurtles towards bear market territory as oil-inspired sell-off triggers panic across financial markets- live

      The Telegraph
      16.11.2015 - Jameel Ahmad, of ForexTime, warned: “The investor sentiment towards oil is horribly weak, continually plagued by both an oversupply and elevated concerns about the global economy.”

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        The Telegraph
        09.10.2015 - Jameel Ahmad, of ForexTime, said the rise in sentiment could be attributed to the rally in WTI crude, which triggered a bounce in oil stocks. “There is also an increasing viewpoint that central banks will add further monetary stimulus to reinvigorate the global economy,” Mr Ahmad said.

        The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Shares in Electrocomponents soar on merger rumours

          The Telegraph
          07.10.2015 - Jameel Ahmad, of ForexTime, said: “The oil markets have rallied strongly on the unexpected comments from a US government report that the oversupply might have peaked, which has provided a huge rebound in sentiment for not just the price of oil but also those stocks of oil companies.”

          The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Airlines hit turbulence after sector downgrade

            The Telegraph
            28.09.2015 - Meanwhile, Jameel Ahmad, of FXTM, warned "crucial data" due to be released by both China and the US later in the week could "expose markets to further losses".

            The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Excitement bubbles up on formal bid chatter for SABMiller

              The Telegraph
              08.09.2015 - However, despite a positive opening call on Wall Street, Jameel Ahmad, of ForexTime, warned “overnight trade data from China highlighted further weakness in the world’s second largest economy and could encourage further concerns over global growth”. “If this weighs on sentiment as the trading week progresses, global markets with this including US stocks would be vulnerable to pressures,” Mr Ahmad added.

              The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Hopes of Chinese stimulus send US stocks higher

                The Telegraph
                04.09.2015 - Lukman Otunuga, of FXTM, said: “Some focus has been temporarily taken away from China, with the closure of the Shanghai Composite Index."

                The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: US shares fall on jobs data

                  The Telegraph
                  03.09.2015 - Jameel Ahmad, of ForexTime, said the closure of Chinese stock markets -to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War - also helped boost global shares. “The closure of the Shanghai Composite Index and the consequent pause in volatility is having a positive impact, as European markets attempt to rebuild some losses from heavy selling earlier in the week,” Mr Ahmad added.

                  The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Morrisons benefits from tycoons bullish view of sector

                    The Telegraph
                    05.08.2015 - Jameel Ahmad, of ForexTime, said a combination of slightly better data from China and stabilisation in the commodity markets helped European bourses gather momentum. The German DAX and CAC in Paris rose 1.6pc and 1.7pc, respectively.

                    The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Travis Perkins extends losses after broker downgrade

                      The Telegraph
                      27.07.2015 - , Jameel Ahmad, of ForexTime, warned a resumed selling in commodities is inspiring markets to decline, as “a combination of indications suggest a deeper downturn in the Chinese economy than previously expected”.

                      The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: Investors and savers hit as FTSE 100's gains for 2015 are wiped out

                        The Telegraph
                        20.07.2015 - Jameel Ahmad, of ForexTime, said “improved sentiment around Europe, now the potential risks of a Grexit have been avoided, helped European stocks extend their rally for a ninth consecutive day”.

                        The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph: 'Unloved' HSBC boosted by broker upgrade

                          The Telegraph
                          04.07.2015 - Meanwhile, Jameel Ahmad, of ForexTime, is more sceptical, believing “the global markets are still underpricing the chances that this could lead to Greece leaving the euro”.

                          The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph

                            The Telegraph
                            19.06.2015 - Similarly, Jameel Ahmad, of ForexTime warned “the potential implications of a Greek default globally remain unclear”. The FTSE 100 inched 27.33 points higher to 6,707.88.

                            The original article can be viewed on The Telegraph

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