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2-Way Flow Observed


Rupiah Continues To Tread Water


E-Minis Flat On The Day


AOFM Weekly Issuance Slate


Redback Hugs Tight Range

BOND SUMMARY: EGB/Gilt: It has been a quiet morning for EGBs and gilts. Gilts
fell on the open, reacting to the moves in other core bond markets seen on
Friday after the better than expected US employment report. However, through the
rest of the day, Bunds have marginally under performed gilts. EGB spreads are
largely unchanged.
- Headlines this morning have quoted Merkel as saying that the German
Constitutional Court's ruling on the ECB asset purchase programme is "solvable".
- Gilt markets are focused on the details of the next stages of exiting the
lockdown following Prime Minister Boris Johnson's televised address to the
nation last night. A 50-page guidance document is due to be released today and
debated in parliament with First Secretary Raab due to give guidance to
employers at 14:00BST on how those who can't work from home can safely go back
to work. Schools may open in a phased fashion from 1 June with hospitality
industries reopening from July.
- Bund futures are down -0.25 today at 173.52 and Gilt futures down -0.17 at