European and Asian manufacturing data impressed investors
Crude oil traded at $62.66 per barrel after it went up 1.9%.
Gold settled at $1,723 per ounce after it lost 0.3%, marking the fifth consecutive session loss.
Asia and Australia
HongKong45 gained 0.72% as investors were awaiting the outcome of the Hang Seng Indexes Co. industry meeting over the proposed changes to the index.
Japan225 jumped 2.19% after the manufacturing PMI reading of 51.4 in February came above the 50.6 forecasted.
Down under, Australia200 rose 1.15% as the Reserve Bank is due to hand down its monetary policy on Tuesday.
Brent oil rose 1.9% to $65.63 per barrel.
EUR/USD traded at 1.2051 after it lost 0.2%.
Sources: reuters.com, investing.com
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