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Prices were mostly led by the FX.......>

BOND SUMMARY: Prices were mostly led by the FX market in early trading,
especially with the GBP breaking through big support at 1.1986. This was a 2yr
low level, triggering Safe haven flow into major Global bonds. 
- Bund, Treasuries, Gilts all moved higher with investors gearing up for a busy
day for the UK and particularly Brexit developments. 
-Bunds and Gilts hit record low yields (as did BTPs), but just a touch of their
Future's price high at the time of typing. 
* Dec US 10-Yr futures (TY) up 7.5/32 at 131-30.5 (L: 131-16.5 / H: 132-02.5) *
Sep Bund futures (RX) up 61 ticks at 179.57 (L: 178.81 / H: 179.67) * Sep BTP
futures (IK) up 83 ticks at 146.54 (L: 145.62 / H: 146.64) * Sep OAT futures
(OA) up 55 ticks at 170.74 (L: 170.19 / H: 170.79) * Dec Gilt futures (G) up 92
ticks at 135.78 (L: 135.22 / H: 135.9) * Italy / German 10-Yr spread 4.2bps
tighter at 162.9bps

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