Asian markets were mixed early in the Tuesday session in what’s likely to be light, holiday-week trading.
Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 index came under slight pressure after closing at a 26-year high in the last session, despite thin holiday trade. The index traded lower by 0.1 percent as most technology and auto names drifted lower. Energy-related companies, however, made gains as oil priced nudged higher.
In South Korea, the Kospi advanced 0.53 percent in early trade. Blue chips were mixed in the morning, with Samsung Electronics holding 0.08 percent above the flat line, but Hyundai Motor and SK Hynix declining 0.33 percent and 1.04 percent, respectively.
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