Asian stocks were mixed on Tuesday, the day after regional sales, caused by new concerns over U.S. potential recession.
Japan’s Nikkei grew by 2.15 percent to 21,428.39 after a 3 percent falling on Monday. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index slid down by 0.19 percent to 28,508.20 , while stock indexes in Taiwan and Singapore showed a positive trend, having risen by 0.76 percent and 0.20 percent, respectively to 10,559.20 and 10,559.20 respectively too.
China’s Shanghai Composite fell by 1.51 percent to 2,997.10, while South Korea’s Kospi gained 0.18 percent in weight to 2,148.80.
MSCI’s broadest index rebounded 0.2 percent after a 1.93 percent falling before closing.
Australia’s ASX 200 traded in the flat at 6,130.6, the index added 0.07 percent at 7.46 GMT.
Nintendo shares jumped 4.76 percent in Tokyo trading after a company report about plans to release two new versions of Switch game console already this summer.
Securities of Toyota company rose by 2.27 percent in Japan.
Sunny Optical Technology Co., a Hong Kong-based maker of technology components, registered a 1.92 percent growth in shares, while the South Korean Samsung Group shares dropped 0.55 percent after reporting that it might not be able to meet quarterly earnings expectations, partly due to the decline sales of chips and displays.
ASUS’s shares increased their value by 0.91 percent in Taiwan, despite the information that tens of thousands of computers were infected with a auto-update virus.