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US TSYS: A slightly warmer risk backdrop provided some pressure to the core FI
markets that were open for Asia-Pac trade, with the continuation of the Japanese
holiday meaning that cash Tsy markets will be closed in Asian hours through
Wednesday.
- Upticks in equity markets and crude oil have been seen overnight, extending
the moves from late NY trade, while the Hong Kong Chief Exec confirmed earlier
press reports re: looser social restrictions in the city, although she wouldn't
be drawn on exact timing. Elsewhere, Sino-U.S. sabre rattling hasn't escalated
further, yet.
- T-Notes are hovering a little above their Monday trough, last -0-04+ at
138-26+ after yesterday's corporate supply deluge and the U.S. Tsy's record
quarterly issuance outline resulted in twist steepening of the curve. Volumes
are light <20K for T-Notes into European hours.
- Eurodollar futures sit unchanged to 1.0 tick lower through the reds.
- Non-m'fing ISM & Fedspeak from Evans, Bostic & Bullard headline today.
MNI London Bureau | +44 0203-865-3809 | anthony.barton@marketnews.com
MNI London Bureau | +44 0203-865-3809 | anthony.barton@marketnews.com

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