Asian stocks climbed Monday, helped by rallies in Japan and Chinese technology shares, while crude oil surged past $80 a barrel amid a global energy crunch.
Japanese shares were boosted by a weaker yen and Prime Minister Fumio Kishida’s comments that he isn’t considering capital-gains tax changes at present. A gauge of Chinese tech equities jumped about 3% on easing concerns about Beijing’s crackdown on internet platforms, after food delivery giant Meituan
received a lower-than-expected antitrust
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