On Tuesday, equities mostly rose and the sterling held on to its gains, after the UK government scrapped a controversial debt-funded mini-budget that had roiled markets, while traders were also cheered by a broadly positive start to the earnings season.
The positive mood filtered through to other markets, with Wall Street enjoying a much-needed surge, including a more than three per cent jump in the Nasdaq.
Most of Asia followed suit, with Tokyo, Hong Kong, Sydney, Seoul, Wellington, Taipei, Manila and Jakarta all enjoying a pick-up.
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