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    GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares extend gains ahead of tech earnings, yen fragile

    Asian shares extended gains on Tuesday, taking cues from Wall Street as investors' focus shifts to earnings reports from U.S. tech giants in the week, while a still strong dollar pressured the Japanese yen to fresh 34-year lows. In Asia, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.8%, helped by a 1.1% jump in Taiwanese shares and a 1.8% surge in Hong Kong's Hang Seng index. The Asian index rose 1% the day before on easing fears of a major escalation in the Middle East conflict, recovering some of its 3.7% loss last week.

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  • Reuters

    Asian shares extend gains ahead of tech earnings, yen fragile

    SYDNEY (Reuters) -Asian shares extended gains on Tuesday, taking cues from Wall Street as investors' focus shifts to earnings reports from U.S. tech giants in the week, while a still strong dollar pressured the Japanese yen to fresh 34-year lows. In Asia, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan rose 0.8%, helped by a 1.1% jump in Taiwanese shares and a 1.8% surge in Hong Kong's Hang Seng index. The Asian index rose 1% the day before on easing fears of a major escalation in the Middle East conflict, recovering some of its 3.7% loss last week.