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UK Timeline of Key Events (Times BST)


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Eurozone Timeline of Key Events (Times BST)


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BOND SUMMARY: EGB/Gilt: It has been a very busy day for Eurozone data this
morning with the general tone pointing to slightly better than expected
releases. German regional CPI prints are pointing to a 0.1ppt rise in the
national print later (against expectations of an unch M/M print), Spanish HICP
was two tenths higher than expected while the first print of French GDP came in
a tenth higher than expected at 0.3% Q/Q. Bunds troughed on the release of
Saxony CPI, the first regional German print but have since retraced their losses
of the day and now sit marginally higher on the day.
- Following the confirmation last night that the UK would hold a General
Election on December 12, gilts opened a little lower but had moved back to
yesterday's settlement level within about half an hour. Since then gilts have
traded in a narrow range with yesterday's close providing a floor so far.
- Bund futures are up 0.11 today at 171.15 with BTP futures down -0.09 at 143.80
and OAT futures up 0.07 at 167.83.
- Gilt futures are up 0.16 today at 131.99 with 10y yields down -1.1bp at 0.697%
and 2y yields down -0.6bp at 0.529%.

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