Stocks in Hong Kong, Japan and Australia saw gains on Monday.
The Royal Commission that on fraud in Australia's financial sector, released its final report on Monday with 76 recommendations for banking, insurance and financial advice practices.
"My message to the financial sector is that default must end and consumer interests must come first. From today, the sector must change and change forever, says Australian Finance Minister Josh Frydenberg.
Stock markets in China and South Korea were closed Monday due to holidays.
Shares also say that the US government has provided good jobs Growth data that beat expectations. The US economy added 304,000 jobs in January, according to data published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The economists demanded by Refinitiv expect the US economy to have added 170,000 jobs in January.
The death rate Dow increased 64.22 points to 25,063.89, the sixth straight week of gains and the longest since November 2017. S & P 500 closed 0.1 percent higher at 2,706.53, while Nasdaq Composite declined 0, 25 percent to 7,263.87.