- Shares in Asia-Pacific rose in Tuesday trade.
- Minutes from the Reserve Bank of Australia's October monetary policy meeting released Tuesday showed the RBA expecting the Australian economy to "return to growth in the December quarter and to its pre-Delta path in the second half of 2022."
- Tech stocks in Asia rose in Tuesday trade, with the Hang Seng Tech index in Hong Kong jumping 2.25% by the afternoon.
SINGAPORE — Shares in Asia-Pacific closed higher on Tuesday, with tech stocks in the region jumping following similar gains overnight for their counterparts on Wall Street.
In mainland China, the Shanghai composite edged 0.7% higher to close at 3,593.15, while the Shenzhen component rose more than 1% to 14,499.77. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index climbed 1.43% in the final hour of trade.
Australia's S&P/ASX 200 closed near the flatline at 7,374.90. Minutes from the Reserve Bank of Australia's October monetary policy meeting showed the RBA expecting the Australian economy to "return to growth in the December quarter and to its pre-Delta path in the second half of 2022."
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan gained 1.14%.
Japanese conglomerate Softbank Group also saw its stock soaring 3.06% while shares of South Korean chipmaker SK Hynix advanced 0.62%.
Investors also monitored Apple supplier shares in Asia after the Cupertino-based tech giant announced new products on Monday.
Elsewhere, shares of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company jumped 1.69%. Luxshare's stock in mainland China also surged 6.32%.
Overnight on Wall Street, the S&P 500 gained 0.34% to 4,486.46 while the Nasdaq Composite jumped 0.84% to 15,021.81. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lagged, dipping 36.15 points to 35,258.61.
The U.S. dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of its peers, was at 93.624 against an earlier high of 93.947.