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Treasuries ended lower Wed after....>

US TSYS SUMMARY: Treasuries ended lower Wed after morning selloff, UK Gilt
slide, German Bunds decline. Tsys had weaker NY opening due to EGB weakness
after Bunds pressured by inflation data, Gilts by UK/EU Brexit pact. US Senate
may vote to advance GOP tax bill today.
- Tsys selling amid 3.3% 3Q GDP growth; PCE revised lower to +2.3%. Tsys also
had corporate rate-locks amid a five-part Alibaba Grp deal, other heavy
issuance. Mkt digested 11:13am ET block sale of 3,135 WNH Mar Ultra Bond futrs,
followed early buy of 10,000 TYZ Tsy futures, then 8:57am ET block trade of
7,255 WNH Mar Ultra Bond futrs at 165-01 (vs. 165-08 bid price at time.) 
- Tsys hurt early by blk-box selling in US 10Y, 30Y amid firm US$/yen; some
reversed amid weak US$/yen later.  Gold hammered in morning. Tsys saw early
steepeners, flatteners unwind, real$ and bank portf sales in 10s, 30Y. Also rate
receiving in 30s, while fast$ and prop accts did 2way flow in 5Y, 10Y. Talk of a
$39B order book for Alibaba debt deal. US high-tech, chip stocks hurt.
- TSYS 3pm ET: 2Y 1.762%; 3y 1.859%; 5y 2.093%; 7y 2.268%; 10Y 2.376%; 30y

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