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Asian market traded lower on Tuesday, August 23, 2022, after a fresh spike in energy prices in Europe sparked recession fears and pushed bond yields higher, while driving the euro to 20-year lows. MSCI’s index of Asia Pacific shares outside Japan was down 0.4%, and has fallen every day of the past week. Japan’s Nikkei 225 fell 1.2% after a PMI survey showed factory activity in Japan slowed to a 19-month low in August amid persistent gains in raw materials and energy costs. South Korea’s Kospi trades down 0.84%,Hangseng HK also shed 0.63%, while Australia’s ASX fell 0.57%, the Shanghai Composite fund this morning traded slightly down 0.18%. Benchmark gas prices in the European Union jumped 13% overnight to record peaks, after doubling in just a month to be 14 times higher than the average of the last decade. Analysts at Citi warn inflation in the UK could reach 18% if energy prices are not under control. European and UK manufacturing surveys scheduled for Tuesday are expected to highlight the damage done to activity, with Germany looking deeper into contraction territory.

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