Australian stocks saw gains across the
board on Monday, with risk sentiment rejuvenated by a stopgap
truce between U.S. and China after months of tit-for-tat tariffs
that stoked trade war concerns and put a damper on global
China's stock markets
surged, bond futures fell and its currency strengthened in early
trade on Monday after a closely watched meeting between Chinese
and U.S. leaders produced a ceasefire in their countries'
bruising trade conflict.
Australian shares are set to start the
week higher on Monday, in the aftermath of a stopgap truce
between U.S. and China after months of back-and-forth tariffs
that had ignited trade war concerns.
The countries agreed to suspend any additional tariffs on
Sunday, in a...