Asia's markets edged up on Tuesday, with investors sitting on the sidelines as they await the first testimony by the US Federal Reserve's new head to discover her plans for its stimulus programme.
Janet Yellen, who took over as the bank's chair at the start of the month, will testify to a House of Representatives committee later in the day on the state of the economy and the course of monetary policy.
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