Asian markets and oil prices show growth

Investors are encouraged by the gradual lifting of quarantine measures in several countries.

Asian markets on Wednesday showed growth in a situation where many countries continue to ease restrictions imposed to contain the coronavirus.

Indexes in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Seoul, and Sydney rose significantly by the end of trading on Wednesday.

Japan’s Nikkei is closed due to a national holiday.

Oil prices are also going up. US West Texas Intermediate crude is trading at $ 13.53 per barrel (plus 9.6 percent), and benchmark Brent crude is trading at $ 21.16 per barrel (plus 3.4 percent).

The latest wave of sales of us crude oil occurred on Tuesday after the US Oil Fund announced the sale of all its contracts for June.

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