Asian equity indexes traded mostly in green territory on Tuesday following solid gains in the US session as expectations for a tax reform continued to build among investors.
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Oil prices rise on Monday, at the opening of US trading, Brent crude trades at levels of $63.30 per barrel, amid reports that one of the largest Nigerian oil unions started a nationwide strike after recent negotiations with the government that did not lead to any result.
Global stock markets are opening a new week in the green, amid the prospects of transition to a new system of income tax and corporate income tax in United States.
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Asian equity markets were mainly higher on Monday as participants looked with optimism to a major tax reform in the United States to be approved later this week.
Equity markets in Europe and Asia moved to negative territory on Friday, as growing uncertainty around a possible tax revision in the US lowered the enthusiasm of investors worldwide.
Most Asian equity indexes were lower on Friday, following a weak close in Wall Street and as market players continued to digest key monetary policy gatherings.
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