In this file photo taken on May 01, 2018 NEW YORK, NY People walk outside of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City. / AFP / GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / SPENCER PLATT
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Most Asia markets rose Monday following a blistering lead from Wall Street as a soft jobs report soothed concerns about rising U.S. interest rates, while oil prices extended a rally ahead of Donald Trump's decision on the Iran nuclear deal.All three main indexes in New York clocked up sizeable gains Friday after the closely watched non-farm payrolls report showed unemployment at an 18-year low -- but fewer-than-expected jobs were created in April and average earnings missed estimates.Hong Kong was 0.1 percent higher and Shanghai surged 1.5 percent, while Sydney was 0.4 percent up.However, there are worries that markets may have plateaued, with strong earnings unable to help push gains further.Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned that if Trump quits the deal then Washington will regret it "like never before".
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