Jameel Ahmad, FXTM’s Vice President of Corporate Development and our Chief Market Analyst, has been very busy lately touring Indonesia, the UAE and Malaysia. Jameel was interviewed by a number of respected journalists from leading media outlets; he analyzed local currency markets, looked at global economic trends and predicted what the future has in store for the global markets. Here’s a brief overview of his itinerary:
2-5 November 2015: During his time in Indonesia, Jameel was interviewed by both print and TV journalists from media outlets including Reuters Indonesia, MetroTVNews, and Investor Daily, Jameel was asked for his opinion about the condition of the Rupiah (IDR), current market trends such as China’s import policy, and the price of Gold in the global market.
Read the MetroTVNews article (In Indonesian) *
Read the Majalah SWA Online article (In Indonesian)*
UAE – Dubai
24-26 November 2015: Next up for Jameel was the UAE where he had the chance to develop new and existing relationships between FXTM and the UAE’s key business media outlets. Jameel made two appearances on well-known TV channels. The first was Dubai TV where he discussed the market’s reaction to the recent Paris attacks, the likelihood of a recession in Japan, and the overall outlook for the Dirham (AED). Here’s the full interview:
Jameel was also invited to appear on CNBC Arabia in Dubai where the conversation was focused on the US Dollar, and the implications of the Fed raising interest rates. He also shared his opinions on the European economy. Watch the full interview here:
2-3 December 2015: Jameel’s media tour culminated in Malaysia where he met with several leading Asian media outlets from Malaysia, China and Japan. Jameel also made guest appearances on prominent TV channels such as Astro Awani, TV3 and Bloomberg Malaysia – the three channels boast a combined viewership of approximately 26 million people. Take a look at a few of Jameel’s interviews from his Malaysian trip below:
For The Edge, Jameel focused on the weakening Ringgit (MYR) and what possible measures the central bank, Bank Negara Malaysia (BNM), could take to strengthen it:
When talking with Bloomberg Malaysia, Jameel again focused on the Ringgit and also looked at Malaysian assets as a whole and how China’s growth rate will impact them:
In his Capital TV interview, Jameel discussed what the BNM could do to encourage more investment and limit the pressure on the local currency:
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