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US TSYS SUMMARY: The Treasury curve is slightly flatter to begin the week, with
the long end outperforming as 2-Yr yields tick higher.
- 2-Yr Tsys are 0.2bps higher at 2.7069%, with 5-Yr down 0.2bps at 2.739% and
10-Yr likewise down 0.2bps at 2.859%. The ultra long end has rallied a little
more, 30-Yr yields down 0.6bps at 3.014%.
- From a technical analysis perspective, the main event to watch is a potential
test of the bottom of the triangle the 10-Yr Tsy has been trading in for the
past four months, coming in at just above 2.82%.
- The Eurodollar futures strip is a little stronger, with each contract between
Mar9 and Jun2 up a tick.
- No key US data today, though Atlanta Fed President Bostic speaks in Tennessee
at 1100EST/1500GMT with Audience Q&A. Near-term focus on Fed minutes Wednesday
and the beginning of Jackson Hole Friday.

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