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/EGBs/GILTS: EGBs have traded in.......>

BOND SUMMARY: /EGBs/GILTS: EGBs have traded in choppy fashion early Tuesday,
with Gilts picking up from opening lows on Brexit vote uncertainty.
- Gilts pushed higher/GBP lower as concerns rose over the viability of PM May's
next withdrawal vote, with continued disagreement from both within (reports that
the Cabinet meeting this morning is unlikely to be smooth) and without (reports
this morning suggests what little Labour support for MV3 is wavering).
- DMO published Q2 investor/GEMMs meetings minutes, mostly as expected, with
some uncertainty re syndications. Full details in bullet at 0831 UK time. 
- With appearance by BoE's Carney before Treasury Committee cancelled today,
Eurozone consumer confidence the highlight of a limited European data schedule.
- Also ECB's de Guindos & Visco set to speak.
- Latest futures prices:
* Jun Bund futures (RX) down 10 ticks at 166.69 (L: 166.61 / H: 166.82)
* Jun BTP futures (IK) down 12 ticks at 129.4 (L: 129.28 / H: 129.6)
* Jun OAT futures (OA) down 11 ticks at 162.75 (L: 162.67 / H: 162.9)
* Jun Gilt futures (G) down 4 ticks at 128.65 (L: 128.53 / H: 128.76)

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