FXTM’s Vice President of Corporate Development and Market Research, Jameel Ahmad, appeared on Monday, October 17th, as a special guest on CNBC Arabia’s Bursat Show. Hosted by the highly respected and FXTM’s Chief Market Strategist for the Gulf and MENA regions, Hussein Sayed, the Bursat Show is one of the leading programs in the Middle East.
The show usually features discussions between disguised people of the financial and business sector and interviews with some of the most influential people in those fields. Jameel was invited once more to provide his expert insight into the latest developments that are affecting the local and global markets.
Topics discussed during Jameel’s recent appearance on CNBS Arabia’s Bursat Show were:
Global market reactions following the China GDP results
Chinese economy growth concerns and the possible housing bubble
What is potentially in store for the Chinese economy
Potential emerging markets in the last quarter of 2016 that could appeal to investors
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