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GILT SUMMARY: Gilts have reversed earlier losses after trading at their weakest
levels in several months, mirroring weakness in US Tsys and Bunds.
- The Dec 18 Gilt future is down 14 ticks at 120.56, having traded in a range of
120.42-120.58 today. 10-Yr Gilt yield hit the highest level since mid-February,
at 1.631%, though has since reversed, last up 0.7bps at 1.620%.
- The 2-Yr yield is up 0.4bps at 0.831%, 5-Yr is up 0.5bps at 1.192%, and 30-Yr
is up 0.2bps at 1.964%.
- Short Sterling is lower, with weakness concentrated in 2020 contracts and
beyond, off 2.0-3.0 ticks.
- On the supply front, the DMO will re-open the 0.125% Aug-48 inflation-linked
Gilt this morning for Stg. 0.8bln.
- Event-wise, opposition Labour Party conference continues today, with possible
Brexit headline-related risk. BOE's Vlieghe speaks at Imperial College with Q&A