The financial markets have so much to offer beyond mere numbers and charts. Between the highs and the lows, amidst the bulls and the bears, there are plenty of themes to explore.
Join Han Tan, FXTM Market Analyst, as he ponders the major topics that are moving markets and shaping investor sentiment. From a deep-dive into the latest headlines, to examining the wildest price swings, or even debating contrasting views within the investing community, Han and his guests are always ready to engage in thought-provoking discussions that may just help investors find the trading opportunity they're looking for.
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Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad, Brexit?
The UK is set to leave the EU in six weeks, with both sides working feverishly to get a post-Brexit trade deal done. Yet, we still cannot rule out a no-deal Brexit.
Such a scenario would be politically and economically damaging to both sides.
Join Han and Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM, as they discuss Brexit's potential impact on the markets.
Are markets prepared for post US elections chaos?
After polls closed on November 3 the stock markets began pricing in a divided US government: a Joe Biden win with Republicans retaining control of the Senate.
But are investors perhaps failing to take into account potential nightmare scenarios?
Han invites Hussein Sayed, Cheif Market Strategist at FXTM, to discuss what could still go wrong with the current narrative, and how investors could be caught out once more.
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