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Belgium, the ESM and Greece are all still due to sell T-bills this week, in addition to Germany, the Netherlands and France who issued yesterday. We look for issuance of E19.3bln through first round operations, up a little from last week's E17.6bln.
- Germany came to the market Monday morning allotting E2.084bln of the Nov 24, 2021 bubill and E2.768bln of the May 18, 2022 bubill. Issuance volumes were E3.0bln for each bubill.
- Also Monday morning, the Nethlerlands sold E4.40bln of DTCs: E1.95bln of the 4-month Nov 29, 2021 DTC and E2.45bln of the new 6-month Jan 28, 2022 DTC.
- Monday afternoon, France sold E5.988bln of BTFs: E2.696bln of the 12-week Oct 27, 2021 BTF, E1.697bln of the new 23-week Jan 12, 2022 BTF and E1.595bln of the 49-week Jul 13, 2022 BTF.
- Belgium will come to the market this morning to sell an indicative E800mln of the 4-month Nov 11, 2021 TC.
- The ESM will also come to the market today to sell E1.5bln of the new 3-month Nov 4, 2021 bill.
- Greece will conclude issuance for the week with E625mln of the new 13-week Nov 5, 2021 GTB on offer.