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GILT SUMMARY: Gilts are trading sharply higher due to risk-off sentiment, but
are off session best levels, as strangely, a technically uncovered German Schatz
auction weighs heavily on the Gilt market.
- The curve has pivoted around the 10-yr area with yield on the 10-yr Gilt
-4.8bp at 1.06%, while 2s/10s spread is 3.5bp flatter and 10/30s 1.2bp steeper.
- Gilts opened sharply higher as markets played catch up following August Bank
Holiday and in reaction to overnight news of N.Korea firing a missile over
Japan, which led to risk-off flows.
- Markets also digesting the start of third round of Brexit negotiations in
Brussels, which have got off to a rather tense start with EU's Barnier warning
the UK that it needed to start negotiating "seriously". While UK's Davies called
on the EU to "show flexibility and imagination".
- EU's Juncker then weighed in saying won't enter new relation talks until
- Majority of Swap spreads are trading marginally wider. While Breakevens are
tighter with 10-year and 30-year in the region of 1bp tighter.