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Aussie bond futures edged lower but finished off of worst levels in limited overnight trade. They have nudged back towards their respective overnight troughs in early Sydney trade, with YM -4.0 and XM -2.5. Bills run 3-9 softer through the reds.

  • A$800mn of ACGB Nov-31 supply headlines today’s local docket, with Chinese inflation and U.S. CPI providing the key offshore data points between now and tomorrow’s Sydney open.
  • Note that CBA have launched 3- & 5-Year floating and/or fixed senior MTN issuance, which will price today.
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Aussie bond futures edged lower but finished off of worst levels in limited overnight trade. They have nudged back towards their respective overnight troughs in early Sydney trade, with YM -4.0 and XM -2.5. Bills run 3-9 softer through the reds.

  • A$800mn of ACGB Nov-31 supply headlines today’s local docket, with Chinese inflation and U.S. CPI providing the key offshore data points between now and tomorrow’s Sydney open.
  • Note that CBA have launched 3- & 5-Year floating and/or fixed senior MTN issuance, which will price today.