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US TSYS/RESEARCH: Natwest analyst Brian Daingerfield said that with the Tsys
market "wholly focused on tomorrow's August CPI release, corrective moves in
both Treasuries and the US dollar continued today as Treasuries once again
traded on the defensive and the USD jumped against the majors, including the
EUR. Today's moves came despite the fact that the inflation readings we did get
in both the UK and the US disappointed relative to expectations. Starting in the
UK, after stronger than expected CPI inflation was released yesterday, the wage
inflation figure released this morning underwhelmed expectations."
- He added that "across the Atlantic, the US PPI similarly underwhelmed relative
to the consensus expectation. But neither event was enough to support the
sliding Treasury market today. Headlines swirled surrounding tax reform as well,
and a report in Dow Jones suggesting a tax plan could be released as soon as
Sept. 25th may have supported the price action."