SINGAPORE – Shares in the Asia-Pacific region looked mixed on Tuesday, as investors waited for the release of Chinese trade data for June.
Futures pointed to greater openness to Japanese stocks. Nikkei’s futures contract in Chicago was 28,675, while his colleague in Osaka was 28,680. That compared to Nikkei 225 last closing at 28,569.02.
Meanwhile, stocks in Australia looked poised to fall. The SPI futures contract sat at 7,272.0, compared to S & P / ASX 200 last closing at 7,333.50.
As for economic data, China should release its trade data for June on Tuesday at 11:00 HK / SIN.
Across the state, major Wall Street indices rose to record highs.
The Dow Jones industry average advanced 126.02 points to 34,996.18, while the S&P 500 earned about 0.35% to 4,384.63. The Nasdaq Composite rose 0.21% to 14,733.24.
The US Dollar Index, which tracks a refund to a basket of peers, was at 92,261 as it struggled to return to above 92.7 seen last week.
The Japanese yen it is trading at a price of 110.32 per dollar, still weaker than the levels below 110 recorded compared to green money last week. The Australian dollar changed hand to $ 0.7477, above the level of about $ 0.745 seen yesterday.