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Asian stocks are mixed as Tokyo revives after muted Wall Street
On Tuesday, Asian stocks traded mixed, with Tokyo reviving after America demonstrated a muted reaction to President Donald Trump's inability to replace Obamacare.
Japan's Nikkei 225 inched up 1.07%, reviving from a steep drop overnight as Lenovo Group and Fujitsu announced the postponement of their target date for a final agreement on their personal computer business tie-up. Stocks of Fujitsu rallied 2.70%t and the Hong Kong-listed Lenovo surged 1.23%.
In Australia, the S&P/ASX 200 soared 1.15%. However, retail company Myer dipped 4%, having soared 18% on Monday amid rumors that a takeover bid was on the cards.
The Shanghai composite tumbled 0.26%, while Hong Kong's Hang Seng index gained 0.49%.
Overnight, American stocks closed mostly lower on, as market participants mulled over President Trump’s ability to push through major proposals, which include tax reform, right after on Friday the healthcare bill was dropped.
Long time we haven't checked the S&P 500 stocks - there are interesting events and trends to follow.
Nvidia and Alibaba report their Q2 results this week. Grab the levels and prepare to step in!
Follow Canadian core retail sales on September 18 at 15:30 MT time!
The US dollar gained after the Fed’s report, while riskier assets dropped. Let’s have a closer look.
Keep an eye on the UK monetary policy statement on September 17 at 14:00 MT time!