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[TOKYO] Tokyo stocks closed lower on Tuesday as the Japanese earnings season gets under way in earnest this week while traders look ahead to a policy meeting by the US Federal Reserve.

[SYDNEY] Australian shares rebounded on Tuesday, helped by a rally in oil prices after leading Opec producer Saudi Arabia vowed to limit exports from next month while investors turned their focus to...

DBS Vickers on Tuesday downgraded Ascendas India Trust (a-iTrust) to a "hold" from a "buy", and cut its target price to S$1.15 a unit from S$1.20...

[SYDNEY] Asian equities were mixed with trading muted ahead of the US Federal Reserve's policy decision and as investors sifted through earnings from companies including Alphabet Inc. Oil rose...

[SEOUL] The South Korean won eased off four-month highs early on Tuesday, as the US dollar regained strength and investors awaited US economic growth data and the outcome of the Federal Reserve'...

SHARES of China Star Food Group rose by some 15 per cent or S$0.016 to a high of S$0.12 on Tuesday morning.

[HONG KONG] Hong Kong stocks barely moved at open on Tuesday morning following a slack lead from Wall Street as dealers await a key Federal Reserve policy meeting later in the week.

[TOKYO] Tokyo stocks edged down Tuesday morning as investors await more corporate earnings and a policy meeting by the US Federal Reserve.

THE following companies saw new developments that may affect trading of their shares on Tuesday:

MALAYSIA share prices open higher on Tuesday with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index up 4.48 points to 1766.00.