Asian shares rose on Monday and the dollar wallowed close to its lowest in nearly a month after U.S. nonfarm payrolls showed the slowest job growth in more than five years, quashing expectations for a near-term U.S. interest
Investment under the Shanghai-Hong Kong stock connect scheme has also regained some momentum recently. The northbound investment amounted to 3 billion yuan ($455.77 million) on Monday, the highest level in well over a month.
China stocks edged up on Friday morning, but the main indexes are poised for a fifth week of losses on fading optimism over the country's growth prospects and concerns about rising U.S. interest rates.
Buoyant Japanese stocks led Asian stocks to modest gains on Monday, helping to offset some of the gloom from soft Chinese data, while the dollar firmed against the euro and yen after receiving a boost from upbeat U.S. indicat
MSCI added it expects China-listed shares to be incorporated once outstanding market accessibility issues are resolved - a move that could inject an estimated $400 billion of funds from asset managers to mainland shares.