The Hang Seng Index in
Chinese PC maker Lenovo Group climbed 3.6%, after both J.P. Morgan and Deutsche Bank raised their price targets for the stock.
Meanwhile, index heavyweight Tencent Holdings extended a three-day winning streak, improving by 0.8%, as investors awaited the online major's interim results, due out on Wednesday.
However, online card and board game developer Boyaa Interactive International dived 8.4%, following an 11% surge in the previous day. The Chinese firm said Tuesday net profit nearly doubled for the first half of the year.
Elsewhere, Australian markets advanced, with banking shares strong. Westpac Banking Corp. gained 1.9%, Commonwealth Bank of Australia rose 1.6%, and National Australia Bank zoomed 1.4% higher.
In other markets;
The Shanghai CSI 300 index slid 8.30 points, or 0.4%, to 2,357.05
The Taiex Index in
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