European shares closed higher on Tuesday, after investors focused on key data from the euro zone rather than the Hong Kong protests. protests.
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Asian equities were mixed on Tuesday amid caution over developments in Hong Kong and as investors focused on data in China and Japan.
Protesters in Hong Kong showed no signs of backing down on Tuesday, despite heavy rain, ahead of a key Chinese holiday.
Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters extended a blockade of Hong Kong streets on Tuesday, stockpiling supplies and erecting makeshift barricades ahead of what some fear may be a push by police to clear the roads before Chinese National Day.
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Student protesters and cautiously watching elites have economic incentives to oppose Beijing, experts say.
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The unrest in Hong Kong is "disturbing" but it shouldn't cause investors to sell China stocks, Jeremy Siegel told CNBC on Monday.
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Despite protests for democratic elections in Hong Kong, Beijing is unwilling to compromise. NBC News reports.