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US TSYS SUMMARY: Tsys trading marginally mixed at the moment, middle of
relatively narrow range after some overnight chop tied to Gilts. Gilt volatility
on BoE Gov Mark Carney comments suggesting May rate hike not necessarily a done
deal/could come later this year. 
- US$ index higher (DXY +.201, 90.141; US$/Yen>107.66); equities mildly higher
(emini +0.75, 2693.75); gold weaker (XAU -3.67, 1341.93); West Texas crude
little softer after Thu's new 3+yr high of 69.5, WTI currently -.47, 67.82.
- Asia, Tsys opened steady to late NY lvls, mild 2-way flow, weekend positioning
into London cross-over.
- London, Tsys followed Gilts higher after the London open, retraced just as
quickly followed by choppy two-way trade as mkt adjust to lower chances of BOE
hike. Flow included two-way from prop and fast$ accts in short end, bank
portfolio buying in 10s, sporadic FX-tied selling in belly/long end. 
- Swaps, spds running steady/tighter w/receivers, deal-tied flow in 7s and 10s
- Eurodollar futures, short end of strip firmer post 3M LIBOR set -0.0023 to
2.3592% (+0.0064/wk).

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