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Flat Asia Open After Paring Some OF NFP Losses

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A flat re-open for TYU2, last dealing +0-00+ at 119-28 after going out a touch shy of Monday’s late NY peak.

  • To recap, the Tsy curve bull flattened on Monday, rallying after the broad failure when it came to breaching Friday’s cheaps during Asia-Pac dealing, with the major cash Tsy benchmarks finishing the day 2-8bp richer.
  • On net, the day seemed to simply reflect paring of some of the post-NFP cheapening, although there were a couple of sources of support that became evident throughout the session, namely a relatively sharp pullback from best levels in the equity space and swap spread tightening indicating Tsy support from receiver-side flows.
  • A busy IG issuance slate (which included several financial names) helped to boost activity on what was a light volume session.
  • London hours saw a bid for Bunds & Gilts lend support, although the respective cross-market spreads pared back from extremes.
  • Looking ahead, there isn’t much in the way of tier 1 economic releases due during Asia-Pac hours. Further out, NFIB small business optimism and unit labour cost data headline the NY economic data docket on Tuesday, with 3-Year Tsy supply also due.
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A flat re-open for TYU2, last dealing +0-00+ at 119-28 after going out a touch shy of Monday’s late NY peak.

  • To recap, the Tsy curve bull flattened on Monday, rallying after the broad failure when it came to breaching Friday’s cheaps during Asia-Pac dealing, with the major cash Tsy benchmarks finishing the day 2-8bp richer.
  • On net, the day seemed to simply reflect paring of some of the post-NFP cheapening, although there were a couple of sources of support that became evident throughout the session, namely a relatively sharp pullback from best levels in the equity space and swap spread tightening indicating Tsy support from receiver-side flows.
  • A busy IG issuance slate (which included several financial names) helped to boost activity on what was a light volume session.
  • London hours saw a bid for Bunds & Gilts lend support, although the respective cross-market spreads pared back from extremes.
  • Looking ahead, there isn’t much in the way of tier 1 economic releases due during Asia-Pac hours. Further out, NFIB small business optimism and unit labour cost data headline the NY economic data docket on Tuesday, with 3-Year Tsy supply also due.