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BOND SUMMARY

T-Notes have crept higher amid a dip in e-minis (all three major e-mini contracts broke below Wednesday's lows), likely stemming from U.S. President Trump's comments re: TikTok-Oracle deal. As a result, T-Notes trade unch. at 139-14+. Cash Tsy yield curve has bull flattened, as regional participants have looked to fade the post-FOMC dip. Eurodollar futures trade unch. to -0.5 tick through the reds.

  • JGB futures have advanced, last trade at 152.01, 2 ticks above settlement. Cash JGB curve runs a touch flatter, with yields sitting marginally shy of neutral levels. Today's BoJ MonPol decision headlines locally, but is expected to be a non-event.
  • In Aussie bond space, YM unch. & XM also unch. despite its brief foray below Wednesday's lows. Cash ACGB yields are little changed across the curve. Bills last seen unch. to -1 tick through the reds. All eyes are on domestic labour market report, due at the bottom of the hour, with the imminent speech from RBA's Kohler also providing a point of interest.
MNI London Bureau | +44 203-865-3806 | krzysztof.kruk@marketnews.com
MNI London Bureau | +44 203-865-3806 | krzysztof.kruk@marketnews.com

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