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Leftist Boric Retains Lead In Presidential Polling

US EURODLR FUTURES

BLOCK, Green Pack

US TSY FUTURES

BLOCK, Second 2Y Sale

GILTS
GILTS: Gilts are taking cue from sharp fall in German Bunds due to hawkish
rhetoric from ECB Praet and Weidmann. While newswire reports of Labour shifting
its position to a more soft Brexit likely weighing as well despite it putting
more pressure in PM May.
- 10-yr Gilt yield is 4.1bp higher at 1.327% according to Tradeweb and leading
the rest of the yield curve higher with 2s/10s 0.7bp stepper and 10s/30s 0.7bp
flatter.
- The Time have reported that Labour has shifted its position on Brexit and will
commit his party to retaining the main elements of Britain's relationship with
the European Union after Brexit. Corbyn is expected to offer a motion call for
full access to EU's institutions.
- There is no data from the UK today, however BoE McCafferty takes part in e
radio phone-in toi be braodcast at 1600BST, while BoE Tenreyro is in Belfast at
the CBI Economic Briefing.
- Short Sterling strip has steepened with blue contracts 4 ticks lower, while
whites are steady to 2 ticks lower.