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ATFX releases its Q4 report: ‘Are the World’s Financial Markets Heading For a Shakeup?’

ATFX releases its Q4 report: ‘Are the World’s Financial Markets Heading For a Shakeup?’

London, September 27, 2019 - As we enter the final quarter of the year, ATFX answers the vital question on traders minds, are the markets heading towards a shakeup? In the quarterly market report, ATFX’s Market Analysts provide an outlook for GBPUSD, Crude oil prices, and cryptocurrencies.

The 29-page report highlights the key market trends, incorporating unique data, fundamental analysis and technical analysis to provide an accurate outlook for major financial assets. The information provided in the report aims to enhance trading knowledge, as well as highlighting key strengths and weaknesses in the market to traders.

Alejandro Zambrano, Global Chief Market Strategist of ATFX UK, commented: “As we are about to enter the final quarter of 2019 and after months of sideways trading, are markets finally ready for a shakeup? That is one of the topics we explore in our Q4 global market outlook. Drawing from knowledge and perspectives from London, Dubai, and Hong Kong, I am excited to share ATFX’s latest global market outlook, and hope it will help clients to navigate the markets better.”

In the last report, ATFX’s market analysts announced the rise of the Japanese Yen, and how it might emerge as the 2019 winner amidst market turmoil. In this issue, Alejandro Zambrano, Global Chief Market Strategist of ATFX UK, Ramy Abouzaid Head of Market Research of ATFX UAE, Martin Lam Chief Analyst of ATFX Asia Pacific, explore a range of fascinating financial strategies.

Martin Lam looks at the winners in the current climate of slow economic growth and trade wars. Alejandro Zambrano highlights the trends within the FX market, especially for the Australian Dollar, and the Japanese Yen. Finally Ramy Abouzaid comments on the indices and how they are performing within the stockmarket.

The Q4 is available to everyone in a variety of languages. Please visit Investing Cube’s Quarterly Market Outlook page to download your free copy of the outlook today.

ATFX would also like to remind traders that Global Chief Market Strategist Alejandro Zambrano provides daily updates on the markets, this is available here .



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