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10 Year Bond Auction 2.67%

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http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-07-10/10-year-re-re-opening-auction-just-good-enough

Just like yesterday's 3 Year $32 billion bond auction, so today's 9-year 10-month $21 billion re-reopening of Cusip VB3 was largely much better than last month's auction, if not quite stellar, driven likely by the jump in rates, which rose from 1.81% in May, to 2.21% in June to 2.67% today, which was on top of the 2.669% When Issued, and the highest auction yield since July 2011 or right before the first debt ceiling crisis. Today's Bid To Cover, while better than last month's ugly 2.53, was still the second worst since August's 2.49

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Dollar weakening on news, but Bernanke is spreaking or about to speak.

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A bid to cover of 2.53 is hardly a failed auction is it?

Didn't say it was and was certainly better than recent bid to cover on UK auctions.

UK has a 30 year bond auction today. Last May 3.29|2.0.

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Didn't say it was and was certainly better than recent bid to cover on UK auctions.

UK has a 30 year bond auction today. Last May 3.29|2.0.

Update UK 30 year came in at 3.55|1.7

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