HONG KONG — Asian markets were mixed Tuesday after the previous day's global sell-off, but investors remain on edge as they await world leaders' response to Russia's decision to send forces into Ukraine.
Investors look at computer screens showing stock information at a brokerage house in Shanghai on March 4, 2014. Shanghai shares snapped a four-day winning streak on Tuesday, dragged lower by technology counters as investors took profits ahead of the Wednesday start of the National People's Congress where policy targets are expected to be announced. (Photo by Reuters)
While the international community anxiously watches events in Eastern Europe, analysts said the fact that the crisis had not worsened had provided a buying opportunity.
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