Dollar Index From Italy From epix From Hang Seng From Tokyo

Asian stocks opened the week's green trading session on Tuesday, following corrective losses in the first session of the week. Japanese equity indexes suffered their biggest losses this year as investors worried about the weakening global economic performance in recent times and the reversal of the yield curve in the US. Looming economic recession of the world's largest economy.



At the end of last week, the yield curve on US Treasuries was reversed for the first time since 2007, with the difference between three-month Treasury yields and a 10-year yield on Treasury Treasuries looming, signaling a recession in prospects and deepening concern. The markets are facing the performance of the world's largest economies, which are experiencing a slowdown in growth in recent times significantly.



Otherwise, investors are looking forward later this week for a new round of US-China trade talks in Beijing as a US delegation heads to China before a Chinese delegation heads to Washington next week to complete talks amid expectations that the world's top economists will reach a trade deal To avoid war by April.



Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 index gained 1.84% to gain 385.49 points and reach 21,362.60 points. Japan's Nikkei 225 index rose 2.25% to 35.50 points and reached 1,612.91.



China's index rose by 0.34% to 12.67 points to reach 3,755.50, the Shanghai index rose 0.09% and the other gained 2.67 points to reach the level of 3,045.70.



Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index gained 0.48% to 135.53 points to 28,658.88. South Korea's Kospi Index rose 0.25% to gain 5.44 points to 2,150.30.



The New Zealand's NZX 50 index gained 0.38% to 35.98 points to 9,555.29. On the other hand, Australia's S & P / ASX 200 index gained 0.02% to gain 1.49 points and reach 6,127.70.

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