Japanese shares rose as a rally in the yen paused and after U.S. equities capped their best week in five years. The dollar fell against major peers and oil climbed above $62 a barrel.
Asian equities are building on their best week since September 2016, with stocks in Seoul, Sydney and Singapore also gaining, even as markets in Hong Kong and China are closed for the Lunar New Year holiday and in the U.S. for Presidents’ Day. S&P 500 Index futures were higher after the benchmark closed little changed Friday, erasing most gains as investors assessed the implications of new indictmentsin the Russia/U.S. election investigation. The index ended 4.3 percent higher for the week and the 10-year Treasury yield fell back below 2.9 percent. Read More @ https://www.bloombergquint.com/markets/2018/02/18/japan-stocks-to-gain-amid-holidays-dollar-higher-markets-wrap
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