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Over the 3mo and 6mo maturities, cut-off yields increased by 18bps and 9bps to 13.4389% and 13.5527% respectively; bids for the 12mo maturity were rejected.
Cut-off yields increased by 5.4bps, 5.8bps, and 8.0bps over the 3mo, 6mo and 12mo maturities to 13.2542%, 13.4613% and 13.7775% respectively.
[GRAPHIC OMITTED] January Price Statistics Percent change, last 2010 1mo.(a) 3mo.(a) 6mo.(a) 12mo.
Cut-off yields increased by 3.7bps, 1.04bps, and 2.35bps over the 3mo, 6mo and 12mo maturities to 13.1997%, 13.4032% and 13.6973% respectively.
[GRAPHIC OMITTED] October Price Statistics Percent change, last 1mo.(a) 3mo.(a) 6mo.(a) 12mo.
In the last few auctions T-bill cut off yields benchmark 6mo paper climbed over 105bps since Jul10 however following the rate hike of Nov10 secondary market yields have not moved much in Dec10 suggesting the market had priced in the rate hike.
In the last T-bill auction in the aftermath of the Monetary Policy Announcement, cut off yields escalated by 19bps to 31bps on average, while benchmark 6mo paper has climbed more than 100bps since Jul10.
However market liquidity continues to be choppy and could push 3mo and 6mo paper up by a 2-3bps on Monday.
In this week's T-bill auction Curve Bulls managed to push the 6mo notes up 5 bps to 13.1648% while 3mo notes and 1yr paper remained stable in line with our estimates at 12.7933% and 13.2353%.
In the last 2 auctions benchmark 6mo paper climbed 27bps although 6mo notes came off mildly by 2bps however is likely to remain on the tighter end of the spectrum particularly if external fund inflows present delays or shortfalls.