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Meandering Through Early Trade

AUSSIE BONDS

No reaction in Aussie bonds to the modest richening in U.S. Tsys and narrower than expected Australian trade surplus in August, which saw a more meaningful upside surprise in imports than in exports (the headline trade surplus remains elevated in a historical sense).

  • YM & XM are oscillating in tight ranges, a little above their respective overnight bases, while wider cash ACGB trade sees the major benchmarks printing 10-13bp cheaper, with 10s still leading the weakness. Bills run 7-16bp cheaper through the reds.
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No reaction in Aussie bonds to the modest richening in U.S. Tsys and narrower than expected Australian trade surplus in August, which saw a more meaningful upside surprise in imports than in exports (the headline trade surplus remains elevated in a historical sense).

  • YM & XM are oscillating in tight ranges, a little above their respective overnight bases, while wider cash ACGB trade sees the major benchmarks printing 10-13bp cheaper, with 10s still leading the weakness. Bills run 7-16bp cheaper through the reds.