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Asia markets set to trade higher ahead of high-level trade talks between US and China

“The country’s so-called Big Four banks rose, with shares of National Australia Bank up 0.68% and Commonwealth Bank gaining 0.46%” writes Saheli Roy Choudhury for cnbc.com. Asia markets looked set to gain on Tuesday, with Nikkei futures pointing to a higher open in Japan while Chinese markets are due to re-open following a week-long public holiday.”Investors are very focused on the US-China trade talks and ongoing Brexit discussions in what is generally a quiet week for data,” Rahul Khare from ANZ Research said in a morning note.High-level trade talks between the world’s two largest economies are due to start on Thursday, but reports said Chinese officials appear to be growing hesitant to pursue a broad trade deal with the United States.In Australia, the benchmark ASX 200 notched a 0.37% gain in early trade, with most sectors advancing.
 
Source: cnbc.com



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