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"THE BUSINESS TIMES Stocks - [WELLINGTON] Asian stocksrallied into a second day, led by commodity and technology companies amid an oil-led revival in raw materials and after Apple Inc drove a rebound in the US.. Read more at The Business Times.", www.businesstimes.com.sg
"LONDON - World shares rose on Tuesday as technology giant Apple Inc's biggest rise in over two months and oil's march higher to within sight of $50 a barrel boosted investor demand for riskier assets at the expense of safe-haven bonds. The major European stock markets rose around 1 percent in early trading, following similar gains in Asia after Wall Street also chalked up a 1 percent rise on Monday. MSCI's index of global shares rose 0.4 percent , putting it on track for its second consecutive rise, something it has not managed in a month.", www.todayonline.com
"NEW YORK: Crude futures hit a six-month high on Monday as output disruptions were expected to cut into a long-standing glut in the market, while higher commodity prices boosted basic materials and energy shares. The benchmark US Treasury yield rose after matching a one-month low hit Friday and the dollar ticked lower, caught between a weaker yen and a stronger euro. Supply disruptions in Nigeria, Canada and Venezuela have most likely pushed oil production below consumption levels in May for the", www.brecorder.com
"Asian stocks mixed as crude oil rises, Chinese shares fall TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares were mixed Tuesday, as a jump in oil prices, a weaker yen and optimism on Wall Street helped to offset worries over China's growth. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 edged up 0.9 percent to 16,615.11 in morning trading as the yen continued to weaken, a plus for Japanese exporters. In addition to planned remarks from several Federal Reserve officials, the Fed is scheduled to release minutes of its last meeting on Wednesday. A plunge in oil prices since mid-2014 had hammered energy company earnings, and a recovery is good news for investor sentiment.", www.chron.com
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