🚨Asian stocks rise on China stimulus cheer, tech strength 💻🚀

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On Monday, most Asian stock markets rose due to stimulus measures from China and anticipation of significant tech sector earnings. Regional markets continued their positive trend from last week, buoyed by hopes of potential U.S. Federal Reserve interest rate cuts following soft inflation readings. Wall Street also experienced gains, with U.S. stock index futures rising in Asian trading.

Key points for this week include insights from the minutes of the Federal Reserve’s late-April meeting and speeches by several Fed officials.

Chinese stocks, including the Shanghai Shenzhen CSI 300 and Shanghai Composite, reached seven and eight-month highs after Beijing introduced measures to support the property market and the broader economy. These included easing home buying restrictions and instructing state governments to purchase houses. Despite these efforts, gains were modest due to weak economic data for April and trade tensions with the U.S., highlighted by China's recent ban on certain U.S. firms.

Tech stocks performed well, driven by optimism ahead of Nvidia's earnings report, which is expected to provide insights into the demand for AI technology. Japan’s Nikkei 225, South Korea’s KOSPI, and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng indexes saw notable increases.

Broader Asian markets also rose, with Australia's ASX 200 benefiting from a rally in metal prices and Thailand’s SET Index rising due to unexpectedly strong GDP growth in the first quarter.

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🚨Asian stocks rise on China stimulus cheer, tech strength 💻🚀

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