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US TSYS SUMMARY: Treasuries are rebounding from worst levels hit in early
European trade, but remain slightly lower Wednesday.
- Jun 10-Yr futures (TY) down 8/32 at 125-12. L: 125-06.5, hit around 0300ET as
Europe came in and S&P futures saw the intraday peak.
- Slightly weaker across the curve, 2-Yr yield down 0.4bps at 2.105%, 5-Yr up
0.2bps at 2.0711%, 10-Yr up 0.4bps at 2.264%, and 30-Yr down 0.6bps at 2.6866%.
- Overnight session marked by continued Chinese state media rhetoric against
U.S. trade policy. Still, equities a little stronger, with trade war fears eased
somewhat by China's central bank governor citing the stability of the yuan.
- Eurodollar futures paring previous days' gains. Reds underperforming, off
4.5-5.0 ticks.
- Very light in terms of significant overnight flows. European holiday
(Ascension Day) seen contributing to slow trading early.
- Today's calendar highlighted by a speech from Fed Vice Chair Clarida (1200ET)
& Q1 GDP 2nd est. release incl price index (0830ET).

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