[LONDON] European stock markets fell at the open on Tuesday after kicking off the week with big gains.

[SEOUL] South Korean shares closed higher on Tuesday, ahead of a three-day Chuseok holiday, as they tracked gains on Wall Street, with lower domestic Covid-19 infections aiding sentiment.

[BENGALURU] Australian shares gave up early gains to close flat on Tuesday, with miners and financials weighing the most, as investors closed positions at the end of the month while uncertainties...

[TOKYO] Tokyo's key Nikkei 225 index closed higher on Tuesday in cautious trade ahead of the first US presidential debate.

[HONG KONG] Shares of Chinese delivery firm ZTO Express (Cayman) were trading nearly 9 per cent above their offer price as the stock debuted in Hong Kong on Tuesday.

SINGAPORE stocks opened higher on Tuesday after Wall Street had closed sharply higher overnight.

MALAYSIA share prices opened stronger on Tuesday with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index up 2.6 points or 0.2 per cent to 1,514.26 at 9.09am.

[TOKYO] Asian stocks consolidated at the open on Tuesday amid end-of-month portfolio adjustments. The US dollar extended losses.

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

[NEW YORK] American families shored up their savings substantially between 2016 and 2019, according to US Federal Reserve data released on Monday, but wealth inequality remained stubbornly high -...