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GILT SUMMARY: Gilts are weaker to open Friday, with Thursday's BoE meeting
already an afterthought.
- The Dec 18 Gilt future is off 13 ticks at 121.56. The cash curve is flat, with
2-Yr yields up 1.5bps at 0.819%, 5-Yr up 1.6bps at 1.116%, and 10-Yr up 1.6bps
- BOE Gov Carney reportedly (Guardian, Bbg) told senior government ministers
Thursday that a no-deal Brexit would mean it was more likely that interest rates
would rise rather than fall.
- Short sterling futures largely unchanged though, down 1.0-2.0 ticks across the
- Likewise little impact from Thursday's BoE meeting, which was really a
placeholder until more substantive clarity is received over Brexit. On that
note, the EU informal leaders' summit in Salzburg next week (20th) looms large.
- Carney set to speak in Dublin at 1100BST, otherwise no UK speakers or data.