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GILT SUMMARY
GILT SUMMARY: Labour's National Executive Committee shied away from backing a
second referendum on any Brexit deal agreed with the Conservative Party, which
drew immediate criticism from grassroots supporters and many Remain-leaning
backbenchers.
- This could suggest that the prospects of a cross-party deal being reached in
the short term may have improved, particularly given PM May's declaration
yesterday that she would like discussions to be concluded by the end of next
week.
- There has been limited movement in gilts so far, with yields hovering around
yesterday's closing levels. Current yield levels: 2-year 0.756%, 5-year 0.903%,
10-year 1.182%, 30-year 1.689%.
- The Jun-19 gilt future trades at 127.28 and 6 ticks off the low. 
- Short sterling futures are 0.5-1.5 ticks lower on the day.
- Today will see the release of consumer credit, money supply and mortgage
approvals data, as well as the manufacturing PMI, which will be published at
0930BST.