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AUSSIE BONDS: Limited session for Aussie Bond futures, with the lead contracts
ticking away from the early lows, sticking to a tight range after the run higher
and retracement on SYCOM. YM/XM spread trades at 53.5, cash 3-/10-Year spread
trades at ~54bp. AU/U.S. 10-Year yield differential trades at ~-44.0bp.
- 2029 & 2030 paper is due for auction next week, with the AOFM noting that "the
I/L Bond tender planned for Tuesday 11 Dec '18 will no longer be held. The next
tender for the issue of I/L Bonds is planned to be held on Tuesday 12 Feb '19."
- The white & red Bills trade 1 tick lower to 3 ticks higher, back from the
SYCOM highs that came about on broader risk off flows & the aforementioned
rhetoric from RBA Dep. Gov. Debelle re: further easing measures if they were
required N.B. Debelle stressed that Bank remains of the belief that next move in
the cash rate will be up, but not for some time.
- 3-Month BBSW fixed 0.5bp higher at 1.9850% today, while RBA 66-day repo ops
were conducted at 2.072%.
- NAB biz conf & house price data dominate the Australian economic docket next
week, with RBA's Kent due to speak Monday.
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