Monday 02.30 GMT. Stock markets in Asia-Pacific got off to a solid start, taking their cue from a strong final session on Wall Street last week.
Oil rose for a second day, extending the biggest rally since October 2012 after Saudi Arabia said it was confident that crude will rebound as world economic growth boosts demand.
China's foreign minister has told US Secretary of State John Kerry that his country is "against all forms of cyber attacks and cyber terrorism".
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Chinese stocks rallied, sending benchmark indexes higher in Shanghai and Hong Kong, as investors piled into the largest companies amid a surge in trading and volatility.