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T-Notes trade -0-02 at 136-20, holding a tight 0-02 range, with little in the way of fresh news flow to move the needle so far. E-minis have edged lower, with S&P 500 futures moving away from record highs. Cash Tsy curve runs marginally flatter, with yields showing very little deviation from neutral levels. Eurodollar futures trade unch. to -0.5 tick through the reds. Impending Lunar New Year holidays may be limiting activity in the region.
- JGB futures re-opened a touch higher, but have faded the move and now sit at 151.55, 5 ticks better off vs. last settlement. Cash JGB curve is steeper at the margin. The fall in Japanese wages was fastest since 2015, but slower than expected. Elsewhere, the BoJ left the sizes of its 1-10 & 25+ Year JGB purchases unchanged. Flash machine tool orders & 6-month bill supply are due later today.
- Australian YM trades -0.5 & XM sits +3.5 at typing. Cash ACGB yield curve has bull flattened, yields sit 0.1-4.1bp lower. Bills trade unch. to -1 tick through the reds. The latest NAB Business Survey saw the confidence index improve to 10 from 5, with conditions deteriorating to 7 from 16. Elsewhere, the AOFM auctioned A$100mn worth of the 2.0% 21 Aug '35 I/L Bond.