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Cautious Fed raises stocks to record peaks
On Friday, global stocks demonstrated record peaks, with Asian equities soaring for the fifth straight trading session, as signs that the major US bank will pursue a gradual rate tightening path and expectations for a strong earnings season increased appetite for risk assets.
The MSCI World Index was nearly 0.1% higher, a bit below an all-time intraday peak demonstrated earlier. The benchmark’s on track to conclude the trading week 1.6% higher.
Outside Japan MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific stocks headed north 0.25% getting to its highest outcome for two years. The benchmark is braced for a 3.3% revenue for the week, which would be its greatest since mid-March.
Meanwhile, Japan's Nikkei N225 went up 0.2%, braced for a weekly leap of 1.1%.
As for Chinese stocks, they dared to buck the upbeat trend, with the CSI 300 index diving 0.1%, and the Shanghai Composite sliding 0.2%. In Hong Kong, Hang Seng stood intact.
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Here are the most important topics that will determine the dynamics of currencies, commodities and stocks on Thursday, April 9. N