Asia in Asia and the Pacific are generally falling despite high Wall Street values ​​that occurred overnight


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SINGAPORE-Asia in the Asia-Pacific region was generally lower on Tuesday morning, despite overnight gains on Wall Street that the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 recorded record close-ups.

In Japan, Nikkei 225 strengthened 0.18% in morning trading, while the Topix index partially slipped. South Korea Kospi fell 0.57%.

Continental Chinese stocks were mixed, with Shanghai composite hovering slightly higher while Shenzhen component sat partially lower. Hong Kong Hang Seng Index in a decline of 0.17%.

The S & P / ASX 200 inches Australia, on the other hand, slipped 0.8%.

Minutes from Reserve Bank of Australia A meeting on monetary policy in August, released on Tuesday, revealed that the central bank acknowledged that the outbreaks of the delta variant and the accompanying closures “introduced a high degree of uncertainty into the outlook for the second half of 2021.”

Investors are still watching Covid situation in Australia, with the largest cities in the country currently under blockade.

MSCI’s broadest Asia-Pacific stock index outside Japan traded 0.49% lower.

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Overnight, the Dow jumped 110.02 points to 35,625.40, while the S&P 500 strengthened 0.26% to 4,479.71. The Nasdaq Composite fell 0.2% to 14,793.76.

Investors will look ahead U.S. retail data, which will be published on Tuesday in the list by the Census Bureau. Economists polled by the Dow Jones are calling for a 0.3% drop last month, after June showed a surprising jump of 0.6%.

Currencies and oil

The US dollar index, which tracks the dollar with a basket of its counterparts, was at 92,642 – still struggling to recover from a recent drop from above 92.8.

The Japanese yen it was trading at 109.24 per dollar, which is stronger than the levels above 109.5 seen in relation to yesterday’s dollar. The Australian dollar changed hands to $ 0.7308, after falling from above $ 0.735 yesterday.

Oil prices were higher in the morning in Asian trading hours, by international standards The future of Brent crude oil by 0.36% to $ 69.76 per barrel. America’s future of crude oil strengthened 0.4% to $ 67.56 per barrel.

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