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The return of the geopolitical risk....>

BOND SUMMARY: The return of the geopolitical risk premium surrounding the well
documented weekend attacks on major Saudi crude facilities supported core global
FI in Asia hours, although the closure of Japanese markets sapped liquidity from
the time zone. Soft Chinese economic data also provided some support for the
- T-Notes trade +0-14 at 129-00+, just shy of best levels, with cash Tsys closed
until London hours owing to the aforementioned Japanese holidays. Eurodollar
futures sit 0.025-6.5 ticks higher through the reds. There was little to report
in terms of standout flow, even with T-Note volume running well above the recent
averages overnight.
- Aussie bond futures edged away from the SYCOM lows, but still sit below
Friday's settlement levels after the movements in Tsys dragged the space lower
in the final overnight session of last week. YM & XM both -2.5 ticks, with YM/XM
at 29.75 and the cash equivalent at 26.4bp. Bills sit 2-3 ticks lower through
the reds.
MNI London Bureau | +44 0203-865-3809 |
MNI London Bureau | +44 0203-865-3809 |

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