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Apple supplier shares, oil prices and currencies


SINGAPORE — Shares in Asia-Pacific rose in Tuesday morning trade following overnight gains on Wall Street that saw the S&P 500 notching its fourth day of gains

The Nikkei 225Japan saw a 0.41% increase in its Topix index, while Japan’s gained 0.12%. South Korea KospiIt climbed by 0.49%

Australia’s shares also increased, due to higher share prices. S&P/ASX 200as high as 0.16% Minutes away from the Reserve Bank of Australia’sThe RBA’s October Monetary Policy Meeting showed that the RBA expects the Australian economy “to return to growth” in the December quarter, and its pre-Delta trajectory in the second half 2022.

The MSCI’s Asia-Pacific share index outside Japan was 0.19% more.

After the Cupertino tech giant, investors also watched Apple suppliers shares in Asia announced new products on Monday

Japan has a high proportion of shares Taiyo YudenThe drop was 3.07% Murata ManufacturingIt fell by 1.91%

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Overnight on Wall Street, the S&P 500 gained 0.34% to 4,486.46 while the Nasdaq Composite jumped 0.84% to 15,021.81. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 36.15 points, to 35,258.61.

Oil and Currencies

The U.S. dollar indexThe indices of the greenback and a basket of peers were at 93.896, compared to a previous high of 93.947.

It Japanese yenThe dollar traded at 114.26 after it was weakened against the greenback by below 113.4 last week. The Australian dollarThe exchange rate was $0.7424. That’s higher than the $0.74 levels yesterday.

The morning Asia trading hour saw oil prices lower, while international benchmarks were higher Brent crude futuresFalling 0.4% to $83.99/barrel U.S. crude futuresYou can save 0.25% on your barrels by paying $82.23 instead