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T-Notes were happy to operate within the confines a 0-03+ range in Asia-Pac hours, last printing -0-01 at 132-12+, well within the boundaries of yesterday's range, with ~45K lots changing hands. E-minis have nudged higher, while EuroStoxx 50 futures are now ~0.9% above Tuesday's settlement levels. Cash Tsy markets are closed until London hours owing to the previously flagged Japanese holiday (with Japanese & Chinese markets set to return from their respective elongated weekends on Thursday). There has been little in the way of notable headline flow, outside of U.S. Tsy Secretary Yellen's clarifications in late NY hours (she pointed to Fed independence, looked to play down any worry re: inflation after her earlier comments and noted that she was not predicting/recommending a rate hike from the Fed). The quarterly refunding announcement from the Tsy, ISM services survey and monthly ADP employment reading headline locally on Wednesday. Elsewhere, Fedspeak from Mester, Evans & Rosengren is scheduled.
- A solid round of ACGB Nov '31 supply was seen in Australia, with the weighted average yield printing 0.52bp through prevailing mids at the time of supply (per Yieldbroker pricing), with XM rallying after the auction. Futures continue observed relatively narrow ranges, with YM unch. and XM +3.0 on the day at typing.