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NZGBs Richer On BoE-Driven Move

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The BoE-inspired richening witnessed in wider core global FI markets on Wednesday has provided a bid in early Thursday trade, with the major NZGB benchmarks running 15-17bp richer on the session, and light bull flattening evident.

  • Swap spreads are generally flat to marginally tighter.
  • RBNZ dated OIS continues to full price a 50bp hike at next week’s meeting (~52bp of tightening is seen last), with terminal rate pricing hovering just below 4.75%, ~10bp below what was seen late Wednesday.
  • The weekly round of NZGB issuance (’27, ’32 & ’41 paper is due to be auctioned) and the monthly ANZ business survey headline today’s domestic docket.
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The BoE-inspired richening witnessed in wider core global FI markets on Wednesday has provided a bid in early Thursday trade, with the major NZGB benchmarks running 15-17bp richer on the session, and light bull flattening evident.

  • Swap spreads are generally flat to marginally tighter.
  • RBNZ dated OIS continues to full price a 50bp hike at next week’s meeting (~52bp of tightening is seen last), with terminal rate pricing hovering just below 4.75%, ~10bp below what was seen late Wednesday.
  • The weekly round of NZGB issuance (’27, ’32 & ’41 paper is due to be auctioned) and the monthly ANZ business survey headline today’s domestic docket.