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GILT SUMMARY: Gilts are trading mixed ahead of NY open with the 10-yr sector
currently underperforming the rets of the curve, weighed by earlier cash selling
in German Bunds, but underpinned by no-deal Brexit concerns.
- 2-yr Gilt yield is +0.3bp at 0.730%, 5-yr unch at 1.034%, 10-yr +0.6bp at
1.309%, 30-yr -0.3bp at 1.743% & 50-yr -0.6bp at 1.596% according to Tradeweb.
- Sep Gilt future opened little changed supported by weaker than expected UK BRC
like-for-like retails sales, but then came under selling pressure, taking cue
from sharp sell-off seen in the German Bund future despite the disappointing
industrial production numbers from Germany.
- There was little reaction to Bloomberg news story that the UK sees Brexit deal
deadline being at the end of November rather than October as seen by the EU.
While PM May is due to have a meeting with Scottish First Minister Sturgeon In
Edinburgh later today
- Short sterling futures are mainly unchanged, with only Dec21, Mar22 and Jun22
contracts 1 tick lower. Both swap spreads and breakevens are little changed as