Asian shares mixed and oil holds steady ahead of July 4 U.S. holiday

 Shares were blended in Asia on Monday while U.S. fates fell in front of the July 4 occasion in the U.S.

 Benchmarks rose in Tokyo, Shanghai and Sydney yet fell in Hong Kong and Seoul

  Oil costs were consistent in the wake of the flooding on Friday.

 Last week was the fourth losing week in the last five for Wall Street as financial backers worry about high expansion

 and the likelihood that higher loan fees could welcome a downturn.

 The most hopeful situation, a "Goldilocks result," would carry a lull sufficiently critical

 to cool expansion running at its most elevated level in forty years however not so solid as to result in a "hard landing," Mizuho Bank said in a discourse.

 "This is a difficult task that is a long way from ensured right now,

 it said, noticing that markets will be hoping to remarks in minutes from the last Federal Reserve strategy meeting, anticipated Wednesday.