Published: 6:40PM GMT 02 March 2010
On Monday, gilts prices fell, harm by the pound"s greatest one-day dump given Oct and worries about the awaiting of a hung council outset from the stirring General Election.
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A well-received auction of 30-year gilts additionally increased view during the session. The Debt Management Office drew clever direct from institutional investors for the sale of long-dated 2039 gilts, sketch bids value roughly twice the �2bn on offer.
"The auction went well," pronounced Mohit Kumar, gilts strategist at Deutsche Bank. "There is still a lot of direct for long-dated gilts from grant funds, and the item barter widespread looks really attractive."
Traders right away have their eye on Wednesday"s auction of �4bn of 5-year gilts. Jason Simpson, researcher at RBS, said: "The gilt on suggest is cheap, in sold on item swap, that should interest to bank buyers for their liquidity aegis portfolios."