China Had A Monster Night

Asian markets were higher across the board on Wednesday, following on along the same action in the US.

The big winner: China.

The Shanghai Composite was up nearly 2%.

This is actually despite the fact that the one piece of domestic data people were talking about — home prices — came in worse than expected.

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