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After last month's stellar 2 Year auction, today's issuance of $26 billion in 2 year paper was a bit of a let down, printing at a yield of 1.261%, or a 0.1 bp tail to the 1.260% When Issued. The lack of a squeeze into the auction is perhaps the result of the lack of any 2Y specials in repo, where the OTR was trading comfortably, or 0.50% in the positive range.  The yield was higher than last month's 1.23%, if below the 1.28% from December. The bid-to-cover of 2.73 was below last month's 2.819, however above the last six auction average of 2.64... -Zero Hedge
By Shant Movsesian (RANsquawk) and Rajan Dhall MSTA (RANsquawk/Tradingview) UK in the spotlight this week as Article 50 set to be triggered. Is this priced in to GBP? We’ll find out. The USD may start to find some support as key levels (against its major counterparts) near. Japanese year end on the Friday. Looking to next week, few can look past the impending triggering of Article 50 – on Wednesday – which is widely expected to produce a knee jerk hit on the Pound. Given the slow grind higher through the week, some would assume that much of this is... -Zero Hedge
Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, I rarely write about gold these days, but the following from Reuters caught my attention. BEIJING/SHANGHAI, March 7, China’s virtual gifting market, typically the domain of plugged-in young consumers celebrating special occasions or flirting, is luring major financial institutions keen to boost trade of another auspicious commodity: gold.   Tencent’s digital gold packets, known as “microgold”, are backed by the country’s biggest bank, Industrial and Commercial... -Zero Hedge
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