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US TSYS/OVERNIGHT REPO: The overnight repo market saw demand Friday for the
Treasury 2-year, 3-year and 5-year notes heat up more, while the 7-year demand
waned and 10-year notes drew moderate demand. The 2-year note saw good demand as
reportedly, some accounts who usually lend out notes took back supply into the
month- and quarter-end. It traded at -0.45% while 3-year notes traded at -0.20%
and 5-year notes traded at 0.00%, while 7-year notes had 1.05% rate and
10-year notes, 0.77% rate.
- The Treasury 2-year note, 5-year note, and 7-year note demand occurred amid
shorts set around this week's note auctions; such auctions will settle next
Monday, Oct. 2nd.
- The Fed on Thursday had a large one-day $209-billion reverse repo operation
and likely will see good demand again for Friday's weekend RRP operation. The
Collateral rate rose to 1.24%, vs. 1.10% Thursday. (More)