Amplify Trading Weekly Strategy Report: 2nd - 6th September 2019

Amplify Trading Weekly Strategy Report: 2nd - 6th September 2019


Monday: AU/JN Manufacturing PMI, CN Caixin Manufacturing PMI, AU Business Inventories, SP/FR/GE/EU Manufacturing PMI (F), UK Manufacturing PMI, US/CA Holiday (Labour Day)

Tuesday: AU RBA Interest Rate Decision, Current Account, Retail Sales, JN 10-yr Auction, SP Unemployment Change, UK Construction PMI, BRC Retail Sales Monitor, 5-yr Auction, EU PPI, US Manufacturing PMI, Construction Spending, IBD/TIPP Economic Optimism, ISM Manufacturing PMI, Total Vehicle Sales, CA RBC Manufacturing PMI, NZ GDT Price Index, Fed's Rosengren speaks, UK House Of Commons Returns

Wednesday: AU/JN Services PMI, CN Caixin Services PMI, AU GDP, SP/IT/FR/GE/EU Services PMI (F), GE 5-yr Auction, EU Retail Sales, UK Services PMI, US Trade Balance, ISM NY Index, Beige Book, Weekly API Inventories, CA BoC Interest Rate Decision, Trade Balance, Fed's Williams, Kashkari, Evans, Bullard, Bowman, ECB's Lane speak

Thursday: AU Trade Balance, JN 30-yr Auction, GE Factory Orders, SP 3/5/10-yr Auction, Consumer Confidence, FR 10-yr Auction, US Challenger Job Cuts, Weekly Jobless/Continuing Claims, ADP Employment Change, Services PMI (F), Unit Labour Costs, Non Farm Productivity, Durable Goods Orders, Factory Orders, ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI, Weekly DoE Inventories, BoE's Tenreyro, SNB's Jordan speak

Friday: JN Leading Index, Household Spending, GE Industrial Production, FR Trade Balance, Current Account, IT Retail Sales, EU GDP (F), Employment Change, UK Halifax House Price Index, Inflation Expectations, US Non-Farm Payrolls, Average Hourly Earnings, Unemployment Rate, Baker Hughes Rig Count, CA Ivey PMI, Employment Change, Unemployment Rate

* UK Parliament re-opens on Tuesday. Expect lots of Brexit headlines with a likely application for an emergency debate under Standing Order 24. Also, possible MP's convene over the weekend of 7th/8th.

MACRO OVERVIEW - Anthony Cheung, Head of Market Analysis (@AWMCheung)

An overview of the topics discussed in today's market briefing can be found below. Click on the time stamps to jump to specific sections of interest.

  • US and China kick off a new round of tariffs. What does this mean and how has the market reacted (04:10)

  • What to look out for in what is set to be a busy week for Brexit (07:29)

  • Hurricane Dorian reacts category 5 status but oil remains unmoved (18:09)

  • Merkel coalition catches a break as it stems populist advance (20:44)

  • Italy set to unveil it's new government lineup on Wednesday (22:50)

  • Main calendar highlights for the trading week ahead (25:18)

  • Sam North provides his technical view across markets (28:52)

TECHNICAL OVERVIEW – Sam North, Associate (@snorth19)

S&P 500 futures

WTI Crude Oil Futures

GBPUSD Futures

EURUSD Futures

If you have any questions about the strategy, please feel free to email me directly or private message us on Twitter.

Have a great week and see you in the room.


Anthony & Sam

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