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RBA

Upcoming Lowe Appearance Postponed

JGBS

Curve Twist Steepens, Bucking The Trend

AUSSIE BONDS

IRU1 Given

AUSSIE BONDS

Correction To XM Price In Previous Bullet

AUSSIE BONDS

No Reaction To Long Bond Tap Announcement

US TSYS
US TSYS: T-Notes moved higher on Monday as U.S. stocks fell, although the fact
that cash Tsys were closed limited volume in the futures space.
- Brexit matters shaped EGB/Gilt trade.
- We also heard from Fed's Daly, who noted that "the U.S. economy at full
employment with stable prices calls for a gradual normalization of monetary
policy." Daly went on to outline her data dependant stance, while noting that
she hasn't yet decided on whether she will vote for a December rate hike or not,
although she did stress that it is appropriate for the Fed to get back to
neutral.
- Fed's Brainard, Kashkari & Harker will all speak on Tuesday.
- T-Notes last 118.13, U.S. 10-Year cash Tsy yields closed at 3.182% on Friday.
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