Markets ‘calm down,’ as the world awaits more lies from China, says
“The Wolf of Wall Street,’ Omar Abdulla…??
by Nabila Dockrat
(2 March 2020—ABC NEWS) The Wolf of Wall Street
Mr. Omar Abdulla
China is reporting low number of cases the past several
weeks whilst other
Asian countries are starting to peak with new cases
daily from South Korea, Japan
Hong Kong and Singapore.
“Maybe the other Asian countries are the ones to be
trusted, instead of lying
China,’ he told ABC NEWS.
Another resident who spoke to Hubei Times looped
that China has been injecting
billions of dollars into their economy by stagnating the
impact of Covid 19.
“China has been injecting stimulus into their economy to
keep the market alive.
We believe that much more people have died at home, and
China is keeping the
numbers low so that people can get back to work.’
Addressing members of Washington, President Trump says
that the Corona Virus
Is ‘under control,’ and should see smaller numbers as Winter
in China progresses.
The Omar Abdulla Group which owns shares in Bitcoin SA, Forex SA,
Instagram SA and
Facebook SA added that investors were queuing to invest into
GOLD and SILVER as these
Commodities were known as ‘safe havens.’
“Markets have stayed away from the see-saw markets of China
and The United States,
and have Gold as the medium of trade.’
In other news, speaking to The Hong Kong Sun, local resident,
Ms. Sue Ying cooled that
the rest of Asia should be trusted with their numbers, and
not the Chinese.
“The Chinese government want to keep numbers low so
that people can get to work,
and not cause billions of other people in Asia to panic.’
Meanwhile, South African shares seem to have progressed
during this flu season,
as first world currencies have seen their money moved to
third world currencies.
“Markets have moved some of their investment into Africa
and South Africa, as very
few cases have been reported in these countries.’
Economist for The Omar Abdulla Group, Ms. Ayesha Noormahomed
concluded her remarks
to The Sunday Times that she expects the South African Rand
to get stronger within the year,
due to better economic data from South Africa and expects
the Covid 19 virus to come to an
end by April 2020.
“We are already seeing low numbers from China, and
although the virus is still not yet fully contained,
we should see billions in China returning to work in
coming days, which could see
the Asian markets rise to market expectations.’