US stock indexes rose on the results of trading on Tuesday. Most stock indexes Asia-Pacific region in the environment is increased. Oil rises in price on Wednesday by nearly 1%.
US stock indexes rose on the results of trading on Tuesday on strong data on US inflation and corporate reporting.
Consumer prices (CPI index) in the US in September rose by 1.5% compared with the same month last year, the biggest jump since October, 2014.
Prices increased by 0.3% compared to August - is the most significant monthly rise since April this year.
These data add to the confidence that the US economy is strong enough to safely survive the gradual tightening of monetary policy.
Traders estimate the probability of a 15% cost of borrowing in November, in December - to 63.5%.
The cost of bank Goldman Sachs shares rose 2.2%. The Bank reported a net profit growth in the third quarter by 47% yoy and a stronger-than-expected increase in quarterly revenue.
Securities streaming video broadcast service Netflix surged 19% after the company reported an increase in the number of subscribers to 3.2 million in the third quarter. Its revenue increased by 31% in July-September.
Shares of IBM Inc. fell by 2.6%. The world's largest provider of computer services has reduced net profit and revenue in the third quarter of 2016, and the revenue drop was recorded by the end of the 18th quarter in a row.
Quotes insurer UnitedHealth shares rose 6.9% on the back of strong finpokazateley and increase revenue forecast for the current year.
Share price manufacturer Harley-Davidson motorcycles increased by 9%. The company's revenue grew more than market expectations in the last quarter. In addition, the leadership has promised to take measures to reduce costs in the fourth quarter.
Dow Jones Industrial Average Index October 18 rose by 75.54 points (0.42%) and amounted to 18,161.94 points.
Standard & Poor's 500 rose 13.1 points (0.62%) - up to 2139.6 points.
Nasdaq Composite gained 44.01 points (0.85%) and amounted to 5243.84 points.
Most stock indexes Asia-Pacific region on Wednesday, rising against the background of data on the stabilization of the rate of economic growth in China, according to MarketWatch.
The composite index of region MSCI Asia Pacific has risen by 0.3%.
Japan's Nikkei 225 to 7:57 MSK increased by 0.09%, while the Topix fell by 0.03%.
Australia's S & P / ASX 200 to 8:17 MSK rose 0.46%, while South Korea's Kospi - by 0.02%.
China's Shanghai Composite indicator to 8:06 MSK gained 0.13%, meanwhile the Hang Seng was down by the same amount.
China's GDP growth was 6.7% in the third quarter versus the same period a year earlier, said the State Statistical Office. The result coincided with market expectations. This figure is equal to the growth rate in the previous quarter.
In addition, consumer prices in the country in September jumped 10.7% compared to the same month last year, while industrial production increased by 6.1%.
Wednesday's data suggest that the Chinese government's measures to curb production facilities are working to help the growth of producer prices, the director Alex Wong at Ample Capital Asset Management.
The attention of investors from around the world are attracted to the upcoming meeting this week the European Central Bank, though analysts generally do not expect a change in monetary policy in the euro area.
Higher oil prices contributes to the growth of quotations of the shares of oil companies, including Australian Oil Search (1%) and Woodside Petroleum (0.3%).
The market value of the Japanese electronics maker Sharp jumped by 9.2%. According to the Nikkei newspaper, the company expects operating profit for the first three years. As expected, the profit for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2017, may amount to about 40 billion yen ($ 385 million).
At the same time, 2% cheaper shares of tobacco producer Japan Tobacco.
Oil rises in price on Wednesday by nearly 1% after the release of data on the reduction of raw material stocks in the US market, as well as OPEC's optimistic comments about the prospects for the conclusion of an agreement restriction of production.
Cost of December futures for Brent crude on London's ICE Futures Exchange to 8:00 MSK increased by 0.9% to $ 52.14 per barrel.
Futures price for WTI crude oil for November on trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) has risen by this time by 0.9% - to $ 50.76 per barrel.
According to industry American Petroleum Institute, the oil reserves in the United States fell by 3.8 million barrels the previous week. Official data on the level of reserves will be released on Wednesday night, and market participants expect growth in inventory levels.
The Secretary-General Mohammed Barkindo cartel expressed optimism about the prospects for an agreement between the producing countries and expressed confidence that Russia would "send a meeting October 29 high-level representatives."
The growth of China's economy, according to published data on Wednesday, in line with expectations and was 6.7% in the 3rd quarter. It has also become a positive factor for the oil market.
At the same time in September, China has increased oil refining by 2.4% compared to the same period last year, while oil production has fallen by almost 10%.
Analysts believe that, if there is no obvious negative signals, the price will fluctuate around the current level of around until the end of November, when a conference of OPEC.