Japanese shares headed higher on Tuesday despite a key survey showing that manufacturers’ confidence fell the most in a year this month.
The Reuters Tankan – which closely tracks the Bank of Japan’s quarterly Tankan survey – showed slumping corporate morale after China’s stock market sell-off in August. Jason Heyward Jersey
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In China, shares opened lower, extending Monday’s losses.
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The S&P/ASX 200 index was down 0.9% to 5,052.90 points.
In South Korea, the benchmark Kospi index was up 0.3% to 1,936.17.