Jameel Ahmad

Jameel Ahmad

Jameel Ahmad is the Global Head of Currency Strategy and Market Research at FXTM. He specialises in financial market developments, with a particular emphasis on global currencies, commodities and emerging markets.

ARTICLES

3 weeks ago

Is It the End of Market Dominance for Boeing?

Due to its sheer size, Boeing is systemic to the US jetliner industry and its weakened state may even have a slight knock-on effect on the American economy.
By Jameel Ahmad 7 min read
1 month ago

Gold Miners See Gains From Trade Disputes

Gold mining stocks in the US, Australia and South Africa have gained ground on the back of expected demand for gold and a bull market for the precious metal.
By Jameel Ahmad 7 min read
2 months ago

Oil Prices Capped By US-China Trade Uncertainty

The escalation in the trade dispute between the US and China has gripped financial market attention over the past month, which is bound to limit upside potential for oil.
By Jameel Ahmad 6 min read
3 months ago

Disney Outlook Brightens On Streaming Revenue Prospects

When entertainment giant Disney announced its new streaming services recently, its stock rose over 11.5% and has notched new all-time highs since.
By Jameel Ahmad 7 min read
4 months ago

Markets Attempt For Stability After Global Investor Panic

It has been a very eventful conclusion of the month for global financial markets.
By Jameel Ahmad 9 min read
4 months ago

Oil Hits New High In 2019 Following Summit In Baku, But Are These Gains Sustainable?

Oil prices have enjoyed an unexpectedly bright start to the first quarter of 2019 so far, with a jump beyond 20% for the commodity.
By Jameel Ahmad 9 min read
5 months ago

Netflix’s Still A Winner … For Now

It is so popular among investors that Netflix shares account for more than 5% of total disclosed equity investments for 17 hedge funds, each. But can it withstand challenge from upcoming platforms?
By Jameel Ahmad 7 min read
6 months ago

How Will Brexit Affect The UAE?

As the UK’s fifth-largest trading partner, Brexit is likely to affect the UAE significantly, not least by giving Britain a strong motive to boost its UAE relations.
By Jameel Ahmad 7 min read