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Korean 10 year bond futures have........>

KOREA RATES: Korean 10 year bond futures have firmed on the day, up 6 ticks last
but they remain in their downtrend. Bears need to see a break below the Jan 22
low at 126.54 to build downside momentum. 
- Overseas investors have pulled $1.5bn from Korean bonds since the start of the
month, reversing some of last year's inflows as they shift out of bonds and into
- The Korean swap curve has seen some slight bearish steepening pressure over
recent days with the 2 year failing to break back above 1.80% and the 10 year
finding support at this level. The curve remains flat relative to the rest of
the region and the world.

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