SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares found some footing on Friday after a turbulent week as China hinted at more support for its economy, amid growing expectations of aggressive stimulus from all the major central banks.
Sentiment got a lift when China’s state planner said Beijing would roll out a plan to boost disposable income, though details were lacking.
A bounce in U.S. and European stock futures also helped, with E-Minis for the S&P 500 and the EUROSTOXX 50 each rising 0.6%.
In early European trades, Germany’s DAX futures added 0.7% as did futures for London’s ...
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