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(Z2)‌‌ Key Support Remains Exposed


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US TSYS/30Y: Analysts at NatWest noted on today's 1pm ET US$12B 30Y bond
reopening auction that the recent Tsys selloff "has built in a fairly nice
concession over the last few days, but as we saw with" the soft 3s and 10s
auctions "this week, that may not mean much." 
- They added "it's also worth noting that over the last several years, 30-year
auctions that saw an allotment of around 60% or greater to investment funds at
the initial auction, tended to see a lower investment fund takedown at the first
reopening. Last month's initial auction of the current 30-year saw a 62%
allocation to investment funds, which suggests we could see a pullback from
these accounts in today's reopening." They noted too that the 30Y bond "doesn't
look cheap on the curve, outright, or on a cross-market basis."

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