Shoppers walk through Pitt Street Mall on June 07, 2022 in Sydney, Australia.
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Asia-Pacific shares edged higher on Wednesday as overnight sentiment suggested the Fed would become less hawkish.
of Hong Kong Hang Seng Index Up 0.86% after three consecutive negative sessions. The Hang Seng Tech index rose 2%.
In mainland China, the Shanghai Mix Added 0.71% Shenzhen component Gained 1.553% – The China Securities Regulatory Commission on Tuesday said it wants to speed up the development of a “regulated, transparent, open, vibrant and resilient” market.
Australia’s annual consumer price index hit its highest level since December 1990 S&P/ASX 200 It rose 0.18% to 6,810.90. The Australian dollar It was last at $0.6429.
The Nikki 225 Japan rose 0.67% to 27,431.84, while the Topix added 0.58% to 1,918.21. of South Korea Cosby MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.84% to 2,249.56, up 0.65%.
Indian market is closed for holidays.
Overnight in America, Major indexes rose for a third consecutive session as bond yields fell. The Dow Jones industrial average closed up 337.12 points, or about 1.1%, at 31,836.74. The S&P 500 advanced 1.6% to close at 3,859.11. The Nasdaq Composite rose 2.2% to end at 11,199.12.
“Overnight markets rebounded on better earnings reports and speculation that the monetary policy tightening cycle would end,” analysts wrote in an ANZ research note, adding that consumer confidence and lower house prices indicated that tighter policies would start to dampen demand. .
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