The uptick in U.S. Tsys has helped to drag Aussie bond futures off of multi-week lows, leaving YM -6.5 and XM -9.5. Cash ACGBs run 5-11bp cheaper across the curve, with the super-long end leading the way lower. There hasn’t been much in the way of meaningful information to contend with, outside of the previously outlined ACGB auction and the release of next weeks AOFM issuance slate (which comprises of ~A$974K of DV01 when it comes to ACGB issuance, a slight step down from this week’s amount, and A$2.5bn of note supply, a step up from the A$2.0bn seen this week).
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