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Asian shares edged higher on Tuesday, the day after the
S&P 500 index ended at an all-time high, as hopes for political stability
in Italy and expectations for global central banks to continue their growth-supporting
monetary stimulus bolstered investor risk appetite.
The Nikkei slipped 0.4 percent to 13,833.28. The benchmark
has risen 11.5 percent this month and is heading for its best April performance
since 1993, largely driven by the Bank of Japan's plans to inject $1.4 trillion
into the world's third-largest economy in less than two years to revive growth.
London copper slipped on Tuesday and was facing its biggest
monthly loss in nearly a year as a worsening outlook for global growth drives
investors to cut commodities exposure, although expectations of more central
bank easing cushioned losses.
The SPDR Gold Trust, the world's largest gold-backed exchange-traded
fund, said its holdings fell 0.22 percent to 1,080.64 tonnes on Monday from
1,083.05 tonnes on Friday to their lowest since September 2009.
Gold eased $3.08 an ounce to $1,472.71 by 0019 GMT. It had
gained slightly on Monday on expectations the Federal Reserve will keep its
bond buying at $85 billion a month for now following weaker-than-expected U.S.
The S&P 500 index ended at an all-time high on Monday as
growth-oriented stocks, including energy and technology, lead the way to the
index's sixth rise in the past seven sessions.
The Dow Jones industrial average was up 106.20 points, or
0.72 percent, at 14,818.75. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index was up 11.37
points, or 0.72 percent, at 1,593.61. The Nasdaq Composite Index was up 27.76
points, or 0.85 percent, at 3,307.02.
Asian shares crept ahead on Monday, while the dollar lost
ground to the yen as markets hunkered down for a busy week for economic data
and central bank policy meetings in the euro zone and United States.