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Asian and European shares inch up due to commodity gain, US infrastructure bill

As the US infrastructure bill was passed, it was noticed that the sentiments of investors had also been boosted. Very soon, the Asian shares began following Wall Street. The burgeoning demand for energy and the global economic recovery has boosted the oil prices. The investors were rejoiced with the congressional passage of the US $1 trillion infrastructure bill. Now, investors and financial analysts are eyeing monetary policies. Growth of 0.3% was seen in MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan. A rise of 0.06% was seen in Japan's Nikkei stock index. In the early trade, China's blue-chip CSI300 index rose by about 0.33%. The benchmark of Wall Street, the S&P 500 index and Nasdaq closed at impressive figures.

Growth was seen in the world shares as they managed to hit a record high level in the last week. The US labour data is going very strong, which has managed to add optimism. On both sides of the Atlantic, it was a healthy earning season. After the infrastructure bill was passed, most of the US treasury yields also rose higher. The Dollar index was standing at 94.075. The oil prices strengthened due to export growth in China and rising demand. The Saudi giant Aramco enhanced the official selling price of crude oil. In the US, crude oil managed to grow by about 0.15%. It was standing at $82.05 a barrel. The Brent crude was standing at $83.59 per barrel. The precious yellow metal, gold, was trading at $1,823.3 per ounce.

The commodity gains raised the European shares

European stocks inched up due to the strengthening of commodity-linked sectors. As the basic resources and energy stock attained leading gains, the pan-European STOXX 600 managed to close at a marginally higher figure. It was standing at 483.61 points. The demand for base metal and oil has skyrocketed as economic activities in most nations picked up speed. This led to the growth in base metal and oil prices. According to a latest survey, the investor morale appeared to have improved in the Eurozone. Factors such as growing optimism and strong earnings allowed STOXX 600 to hit new highs.

According to senior analysts, the US and European economies are recovering at a decent rate. The performance of major regional indexes was stable, including Germany's DAX, UK's FTSE and France's CAC 40. The performance of individual stock was also stable. The Richemont advanced by about 2.8% and the UK's Playtech.

Gain in the oil market

The Organization of oil exporting countries, OPEC also keeps a tab on the demand and accordingly adjusts the production. The United States of America had urged OPEC to enhance oil production. As governments all around the world are reducing travel restrictions, the global demand for jet fuel is also increasing.

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