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US TSY FLOWS: Tokyo saw brisk buying in Tsys from across Asia for a second day.
Chinese and Japanese entities bought at the long-end of the Tsy curve. Also
heard of Asian central bank selling in older 3Y Treasuries.
- Some accounts did flatteners using intermediates vs 30Y Bonds.
- For the first week of the new fiscal year Japanese MOF data showed Japanese
accounts in most recent weekly data bought just Y89.2bln ($0.8bln) in foreign
bonds vs sales totalling Y1.0trn in the previous week through Sep 29.
- US swaps saw five year paying and analysis of the SEF showed a 2-10Y flattener
in early London.
- London: According to a Reuters 'ECB source' article, the consensus developing
for 2018 APP is a 9 month extension. EGBS rallied hard, Tsys did not respond.
- Crude oil prices declined

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