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Asian stocks generally declined amid fears of more tariffs. Tencent tumbled in Hong Kong as China announced plans to restrict videogames.
Further declines in Chinese and Hong Kong stocks were joined by modest drops in Southeast Asian benchmarks, which barely rose Thursday. Japan gained.
Japanese stocks were the poorest performer in an otherwise mixed Asian stock trading session Monday as the U.S. dollar’s pullback and renewed trade worries hung over the market.
ASIA MARKETS The gains kept coming Tuesday for Asia-Pacific stocks — at least those not Down Under. Solid increases were being logged in a number of markets after similar advances Monday. Japan, Hong Kong and Korea again took the lead, and China’s Shanghai Composite (CN:SHCOMP) — Monday’s biggest gainer — was up a tamer 0.