Topic: Asian stocks jumped after falling to their lowest in two months. Inves
Investors worried about the inflation situation. After countries around the world spend huge budgets to recover the economy Asian stocks rose. Keep an eye on US government bond auctions
Reuters reported. Asian stocks rallied after hitting their lowest in two months. Last wednesday After bond yields become stable Combined บทความสล็อตออนไลน์ with the passing of a budget to treat COVID-19 impacts. Of the United States of America That tend to be in a good way But investors are still concerned with the auction of US government bonds. In addition, the fact that countries around the world spend enormous budgets alleviate their economic impacts may lead to loosening of financial measures leading to inflation.
Japan's Nikkei index moved less than 0.030 percent, MSCI edged up 0.2 percent after hitting a two-month low, while China's CSI300 was up 0.4 percent.
Contrary to European stocks The Euro Stoxx 50 indicator plunged 0.3 percent and the UK's FTSE was trading down 0.7 percent.
Analysts pointed out that the market is watching the return on assets. And the current soaring share price might not be sustained if asset yields surged beyond estimates.