Amplify Trading Weekly Strategy: 17th - 21st June 2019

Amplify Trading Weekly Strategy: 17th - 21st June 2019

Calendar highlights


Monday:  UK Rightmove House Price Index, GE Bundesbank Monthly Report (tentative), EU Wages in Euro-Zone & Labour Cost Index, US NY Empire State Manufacturing Index, NAHB Housing Market Index, TIC Net Long-Term Transactions, CA Foreign Securities Purchase, NZ Westpac Consumer Sentiment, ECB's Draghi, BoC's Schembri to speak

Tuesday: AU RBA Meeting Minutes, House Price Index, CN House Price Index, JN Reuters Tankan Index, GE ZEW Economic Sentiment & PPI, EU CPI & Core CPI (F), Trade Balance & ZEW Economic Sentiment, UK 2nd Conservative Party Ballot, 10-yr Gilt Auction, US Building Permits, Housing Starts, Weekly API Inventories, CA Manufacturing Sales, NZ GDT Price Index, ECB'S Draghi, De Guindos, BoE's Carney to speak, UK and China Talks on Economic & Financial Affairs  

Wednesday: JN Trade Balance, Exports & Imports, UK CPI/PPI/RPI, House Price Index, UK 3rd Conservative Party Ballot (if needed), IT Trade Balance, GE 30-yr Govt Bond Auction, EU Current Account, US Mortgage Applications, FOMC Interest Rate Decision, Economic Projections & Press Conference, CA CPI & Core CPI, Weekly DoE Inventories & NZ GDP, ECB's Draghi, Coeure to speak

Thursday: AU RBA Bulletin, JN BoJ Interest Rate Decision, Monetary Policy Statement & Press Conference, SP/FR 3 & 5-yr Bond Auctions, EU Economic Bulletin & Consumer Confidence, UK Retail Sales & Core Retail Sales, BOE Interest Rate Decision & Minutes, UK 4th Conservative Party Ballot (if needed), US Weekly Jobless Claims, Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index, 5-yr TIPS Auction, CA ADP Non-Farm Employment Change, RBA's Lowe, BoE's Carney to speak

Friday: AU Manufacturing, Services PMI, JN Manufacturing PMI, National CPI & National Core CPI, FR/GE/EU Manufacturing PMI & Services PMI, UK Public Sector Net Borrowing & BOE Quarterly Bulletin, CA Retail Sales & Core Retail Sales, US Manufacturing, Services PMI, Existing Homes Sales, Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count, BoE's Tenreyro, Fed's Brainard, Mester, Daly to speak, Euro Summit on EU Economic and Monetary Union



Head of Market Analysis Anthony Cheung and Associate Sam North deliver the briefing for the week ahead.


Topics covered include (click on the time stamps to skip sections):


FUNDAMENTALS (Anthony Cheung):


  • Overview of the main events in focus this week (00:00)

  • A look at what to expect from the FOMC announcement this week and how markets may react (4:35)

  • The latest situation in the Tory leadership race and at what point it may impact GBP (15:20)

  • Saudi Arabia expresses hope of OPEC+ deal in early July (23:26)

  • Trump goes into high gear on Twitter warning of epic stock market crash if he's not re-elected (23:55)

  • BoJ expected to leave rates on hold but easing action is likely in future (27:28)


TECHNICALS (Sam North):





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