A blended day for Asian values sees the Nikkei end lower as the record posts a quarterly loss of 20% in Q1, the biggest decay since Q4 2008.
Somewhere else, Hang Seng is up by 0.7% however is on course for a 17% drop in the main quarter while Chinese lists are level, with the CSI 300 file set to shut 10% down in Q1 2020.
With respect to today, US fates are as yet looking increasingly lukewarm and hesitant regardless of some strong increases medium-term. E-minis are currently somewhere near 0.2%, minimally changed on the day.
In the monetary standards space, the dollar is keeping somewhat firmer however so is any semblance of the Aussie and kiwi to begin the European morning meeting. USD/JPY is up to 108.20 as of now however off highs of around 108.70 prior in the Asia Pacific exchanging.