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GILT AUCTION PREVIEW: Estimated T-Bill issuance is estimated at E12.9bln this
week, down slightly from E13.7bln last week, with Italy yet to come to market
- RECAP: On Monday morning, Germany alloted E1.39bln of the 6-month Dec 15, 2018
Bubill amid sale of total of E2.0bln. On Monday afternoon, France sold a total
of E4.886bln in 3-/6-/12-month T-bills, including E2.995bln of Dec 12 2018 BTF,
E0.996bln of Feb 13 2019 BTF, and E0.895bln of Sep 11 2019 BTF.
- SUPPLY: On Thursday, Italy re-opens 6-month Mar 29, 2019 BOT for E6.0bln.
- REINVESTMENT FLOWS: Maturing bills from France (E4.8bln), Italy (E6bln), the
Netherlands (E4.5bln), and Ireland (E0.5bln) will return an estimated E15.8bln
to market, leaving net cash flow negative to the tune of E2.9bln, compared with
positive E8.3bln last week.
** For full details of forthcoming issues, see Eurozone T-bill auction calendar.