Asian stock indexes were mixed in early trading hours on Wednesday, with market players being cautious ahead of a widely anticipated interest rate decision by the Federal Reserve.
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Asian stock indexes were lower on Tuesday as market players prepared for a widely anticipated Federal Reserve monetary meeting.
Asian equity indexes traded mostly in green territory on Monday, with market participants keeping an eye on Bitcoin futures and a juicy economic agenda in the second part of this week.
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Asian equity markets traded without a unified direction on Thursday, with some indexes recovering from previous session losses, while investors awaited fresh developments concerning the long-awaited tax reform in the United States and prepared for labor data.