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Trading weaker, off early London....>

US TSYS SUMMARY
US TSYS SUMMARY: Trading weaker, off early London session lows. Tsys had bounced
w/Gilts in lead-up to and post soft CPI data, quickly recede following knee-jerk
react. Limited data at start of two-day FOMC, .25bp hike expected Wed, focus on
SEP/dots. Mkts also watching Facebook after shares tumbled Mon, data sharing
concerns, broader implications for tech stocks, potential risk-off trigger. US$
index firmer (DXY +.314, 90.079; off highs vs. GBP 1.4018 vs. 1.4066); equities
firmer (emini +5.25, 2728.0); gold weaker (XAU -4.3, 1313.55); West Texas crude
firmer after Mon sell-off (+.77, 62.83).
- Asia, Tsys opened steady to Mon's closing levels, held narrow range on light
two-way trade into London crossover
- London, weaker after bounce w/Gilts. Flow two-way in 2s w/bank selling front
end, buying 10s, Asian acct sales belly to long end.
- Swaps, marginally tighter for the most part, short end tighter, light
deal-tied flow, payers in 2s and 5s
- Eurodollar futures, weaker across strip long end underperforming, waiting on
latest 3M LIBOR set

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