U.S. one-hundred dollar bill and Japanese 10,000 yen notes are spread in TokyoOil prices showed no sign of escaping their downward spiral on Monday and signs emerged that cheap crude may have a positive impact on the European economy, with airlines and the auto industry leading the region’s shares higher. The U.S. dollar edged higher as the majority of investors who expect a stronger greenback were given a chance to reload after a weakening in the aftermath of a surprise fall in U.S. wages on Friday. German airline Lufthansa rose 2.5 percent after saying it expects the lower price of oil to cut its fuel bill for 2015 by 13 percent after the cost of hedging, setting it on course for a rise in profit this year. More