Sydney — Asian shares bounced and bond yields rose from historic lows on Tuesday as speculation of co-ordinated stimulus from global central banks and governments calmed panic selling.

Yields on benchmark US 10-year Treasury debt more than doubled to 0.70% and oil prices rallied more than 7%, offering hope that markets had found a floor, even just fleetingly...

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