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US TSYS: The weekend attack on Saudi crude facilities has driven price action in
early trade this week, with T-Notes on the front foot as a result, with the
contract last +0-08 at 128-26+, albeit back from the re-open high of 128-30+.
- Friday saw the space pressured, as the belly unperformed in cash trade. The
latest developments on the U.S.-China trade front, coupled with stronger than
expected headline retail sales & UoM sentiment data, were the major catalysts
behind the move, as yields continued to back away from their cycle lows.
- Wednesday's FOMC MonPol decision provides the highlight of this week's docket.
- Cash Tsys will be closed until London hours with Japan set to observe a market
holiday.
MNI London Bureau | +44 0203-865-3809 | anthony.barton@marketnews.com