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EU Bank Option call adding to the massive trade


Early SOFR/Treasury Option Roundup


USD remains on the backfoot


(F3) Pullback Considered Corrective


Emini edges higher

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Data for: January 2, 2017
Source: U.S. Treasury, Bureau of Public Debt                            
Percentage are based on total competitive
Hit Ratio=Amt Accepted/Amt Tendered 
                                 Pct of              Pct of
                                  Comp-               Comp-     Hit
52-week bills         Tendered  etitive   Accepted  etitive   Ratio
Primary Dealer 1     50640.000    87.63  12557.794    63.79   24.80
Direct Bidder 2       1155.000     2.00   1155.000     5.87  100.00
Indirect Bidder 3     5993.483    10.37   5973.483    30.34   99.67
Total Competitive    57788.483           19686.277            34.07
Noncomps               313.841             313.841               --
FIMA                     0.000               0.000               --
Total Public         58102.324           20000.118            34.42
1. Primary dealers as submitters bidding for their own house accounts.  
2. Non-primary dealer submitters bidding for their own house accounts.  
3. Customers placing competitive bids through a direct submitter,       
including foreign and international monetary authorities placing bids   
through the New York Federal Reserve Bank.                              
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