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GILT SUMMARY: Brexit remains the only game in town for Gilts, which are
relatively flat on the day after trading in a fairly narrow range.
- The Dec 18 Gilt future is up 5 ticks at 121.79, having traded in a range of
- The 2-Yr yield is down 1.5bps at 0.787%, 5-Yr is down 1.9bps at 1.066%, 10-Yr
is down 1.4bps at 1.507%, and 30-Yr is up 0.7bps at 1.982%.
- All eyes will be on 10 Downing Street at around 1700GMT as PM May set to make
a statement following a Cabinet meeting on the Brexit deal.
- Reports that at least three Cabinet members set to resign (McVey, Mordaunt,
Mundell), which would suggest fairly limited damage for May.
- With Cable pushing to day's highs (last 1.3017), it suggests markets
increasingly seeing PM winning today's battle.
- Still, details leaking of the deal suggest that May faces a battle to pass the
bill through Parliament.
- Thursday sees Oct Retail Sales data and Sep-37 Gilt auction.