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GILT AUCTION PREVIEW: While Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt and Home Secretary
Sajid Javid have attempted to curry favour with eurosceptic MPs by claiming that
they would vote leave in a second referendum (both voted to remain first time
around), the ascendant Rory Stewart refused to answer how he would vote during a
party hustings event. Given that Boris Johnson remains the clear favourite in
the race, the perception that Rory Stewart is not a true supporter of Brexit
will make it difficult for him to close the gap.  
- The Sep-19 gilt future trades at 130.12, down 13 ticks from Friday's close and
8 ticks off the day's low; L-H: 130.04-130.32.
- Gilt yields are 1-2bps higher on the day. Cash yields (Last / 1d chg / L..H):
2Y (0.6052% / +1bp / 0.5937%...0.6066%); 5Y (0.6362% / +0.7bp /
0.6246%...0.6376%); 10Y (0.8537% / +0.8bp / 0.8421%...0.8553%); 30Y (1.453% /
+1.7bp / 1.4402%...1.4543%).
- Short sterling futures trade mixed with greens underperforming: W (trades
mixed); R (broadly flat); G (- 0.5/1.5 ticks); B (- 0.5/1.0 ticks).

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