In other news
Mozambique and VTB Bank PJSC of Russia are close to agreeing on a restructuring of a loan to a state-owned firm and the $178m interest payment that was due in May.
South Africa's is still suffering the effects of a drought despite increased rainfall in May, leaving dam water levels low and crop supplies scant.
South Africa has recorded a budget deficit of more than R29bn in April, the first month of the 2016/17 financial year, compared with a R41bn gap last year.
Emerging-market currencies have fallen, extending their worst monthly decline since August, on mounting signs the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in June.
Mozambique's debt crisis will not impact Sasol's $1.4bn gas project because costs will be covered by the firm and recouped through gas revenues.
AirAsia Bhd has received an offer valued at about $1bn for its aircraft-leasing business, prompting the shares to reach a new 14-month high in Kuala Lumpur trading.
Eurozone economic confidence has risen for a second month in May as the European Central Bank prepares to present updated economic projections.
European stocks have been little changed, after posting their best weekly gain since February, as investors considered the implications of a possible US rate hike.