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US TSY FLOWS: Rates weaker all day, futures near second half lows by the bell
albeit on modest volumes, TYZ just over 1M. Post Sep FOMC minutes react: muted
with brief risk-on unwind before rates shifted lower again on back of stronger
equities.
- US/China trade headlines (soybean purchases, China open to partial trade deal
despite tech blacklist) spurred risk-on move coming into the session. Nascent
chatter over "partial" trade deal helped keep risk-on momentum rolling after
midday. Rates also partially pressured by corporate ($10.065B/day) and Tsy
supply related hedging.
- Right on the screws, latest US Tsy $24B 10Y note auction (912828YB0) awarded
1.590% rate (1.739% in September) vs. 1.590% WI; 2.43 bid/cover (2.46 previous).
- Not much of a lasting react to Sep FOMC minutes, economic outlook evolves
w/some Fed officials think expectations for cuts are overdone.
- The 2-Yr yield is up 4.6bps at 1.4657%, 5-Yr is up 4.9bps at 1.4004%, 10-Yr is
up 5.1bps at 1.5802%, and 30-Yr is up 5.1bps at 2.08%.

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