Shares in Asian markets started off the day in green on Tuesday, boosted by the weaken yen and the rise of Japanese equities. The Japanese yen weakened, second day in a row against the US dollar ahead of the US retail sales data.
With the Asian shares boosted by the unofficial news of the possible tax cuts, stocks in China advanced, and extending gains and driven by the good news from the country’s real estate market.
During the Australian session, most of the shares were seen in red due to the negative macroeconomic data reports. Read more