The Australian share market is ready to rise after the Easter lengthy weekend, as US shares shut at report ranges.

At 7:00am AEST, ASX 200 futures have been up 0.3 per cent.

The benchmark closed up on Thursday earlier than the lengthy weekend with out commerce on Friday and Monday.

The Australian greenback is up barely to 76.50 US cents because the buck dips to a one-week low.

The US greenback dipped as its share market hit highs, and Treasury yields held beneath current highs, conserving inflation worries in test.

Tesla shares climbed 4.43 per cent, giving one of many greatest boosts to the S&P 400.

That got here as the electrical automobile and battery pioneer posted report deliveries.


Tesla mentioned it delivered 184,800 autos globally throughout the first quarter of 2021, above estimates of 177,822 autos.

That was led by robust demand for Tesla in China that helped offset the influence of a worldwide scarcity in auto components.

“Nice work by Tesla workforce!” its founder Elon Musk tweeted.

“Particular point out of Tesla China.”