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JGBS: JGB futures finished the morning session at best levels, fully recovering
the early retracement from the overnight session closing levels, going into the
lunch break 4 ticks above settlement as the Nikkei 225's early uptick faded.
- The belly of the cash curve outperformed in the morning session, with 7-Year
yields leading the way lower after yesterday's late twist steepening, before the
cash space was subjected to selling pressure which resulted in steepening
through the afternoon as the Nikkei 225 finished near highs & pushed futures a
handful of ticks back from lunch time levels.
- BoJ Governor Kuroda pointed to the continued need for current levels of
monetary easing for a second day, using familiar language in the process. He has
also stressed that the BoJ's adjustments to YCC in July did not represent
stealth tapering.
- Focus next week turns to the latest BoJ Tankan survey and final GDP data out
of Japan. 30-Year supply will also draw attention next week, as well as the
BoJ's usual Rinban operations.
MNI London Bureau | +44 0203-865-3809 | anthony.barton@marketnews.com
MNI London Bureau | +44 0203-865-3809 | anthony.barton@marketnews.com

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