ATP stock exchanges closed mostly in the red with the beginning of the reporting season in the US 

Major stock indexes in the Asia-Pacific region (APR) closed on Tuesday mostly in the red – investors remain cautious at the beginning of the corporate reporting season in the United States, according to stock exchanges.
Following the auction, the Shanghai Stock Exchange Shanghai Composite Index fell by 0.16% – to 2,937.62 points, the Shenzhen Composite Shenzhen Index Index – by 0.03%, to 1,571.81 points. The Hong Kong Hang Seng Index rose 0.2% to 28,619.62 points. The Japanese Nikkei 225 dropped by 0.69% to 21,535.25 points, the South Korean KOSPI increased by 0.45% to 2091.87 points, the Australian S & P / ASX 200 dropped by 0.18% to 6641 points.
Investors in Asia are monitoring the reports of US companies in an attempt to assess the state of the US economy and so far refrain from active actions in the market. On Monday, reports published by the American bank Citigroup. On Tuesday, markets are waiting for financial performance for the second quarter from its main competitors – Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan and Wells Fargo.
“Obviously, corporate reporting season is the biggest risk for the latest rally in the markets,” said CommSec chief economist Ryan Felsman to Reuters.

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