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AUSSIE BONDS: Bond futures have stuck to a tight range in early SFE trade, after
they followed T-Notes lower during Friday's SYCOM session as optimism
surrounding U.S.-China trade matters applied some modest pressure.
- YM -2.5 ticks, with XM -3.0 ticks. YM/XM trades at 45.00, with the cash
equivalent at 44.1bp.
- Bills are trading unchanged to 3 ticks lower through the whites and reds.
3-Month BBSW fixed 2.1bp lower today, while A$620mn of 10-day RBA repo ops were
dealt at an average of 1.881% & A$1.585bn worth of 57-day ops were dealt at
- Focus today is set to fall on the broader headline follow and the auction of
the ACGB 2035 bond.
MNI London Bureau | +44 0203-865-3809 |
MNI London Bureau | +44 0203-865-3809 |

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