Monday Outlook: Asia shares swing higher; oil rallies on tight supply

Gold firms; Yen sinks

  
A TV reporter stands in front of a large screen showing stock prices at the Tokyo Stock Exchange after market opens in Tokyo, Japan October 2, 2020.

A TV reporter stands in front of a large screen showing stock prices at the Tokyo Stock Exchange after market opens in Tokyo, Japan October 2, 2020.

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Asia shares swing higher, oil surges to 3-year peak
U.S. debt ceiling deadline nears, spending bill to get vote

Oil gains for fifth day amid supply constraints
Brent crude was up $1.14 or 1.5% at $79.23 a barrel

Gold firms as China Evergrande worries lift appeal
Spot gold rose 0.5% to $1,757.79 per ounce

Yen sinks, Aussie climbs as Evergrande contagion fears recede
The yen also fell as higher U.S. yields attracted Japanese investor money


 

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