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AUSSIE 10-YEAR TECHS

(U2) More Stable But Still Fragile

USDCAD TECHS

Trend Structure Remains Bullish

US TSYS

Cautious Risk Appetite Gains Momentum

AUDUSD TECHS

Key Support Still Exposed

US STOCKS

Late Equity Roundup: 2W Highs

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The 10Y US Tsys yield has climbed...>

US TSYS SUMMARY
US TSYS SUMMARY: The 10Y US Tsys yield has climbed marginally this morning by
1.8bp to 2.371% with Bund yields also trading higher. Trading remains relatively
thin as markets prepare for the holiday period with low volumes. 
- There were reports on Sunday that said top Republicans expected to pass the
tax code this week, with a senate vote as early as Tuesday and President Trump
aiming to sign the bill by the end of the week.
- 5Y to 7Y part of the Tsys yield curve has slightly underperformed in early
European trading. The 2s5s 32.5, +0.4; 2s10s, 52.2, +0.3; 2s30s, 84.8, -0.5;
5s10s 19.9, -0.1.
- There were some small US swap flows reported early this morning mainly
flatteners in 2s10s and 12s30s while there was receiving in the belly of
5Y-7Y-10Y fly. 
- There was little to no reaction to Eurozone final Nov CPI that came in
unrevised at 1.5% y/y. 
- In terms of data, the US NY Fed Business Leaders Survey will be released at
1330GMT and at 1500GMT the US NAHB Builder Index will cross the wires.  

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