SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares recouped early losses on Tuesday while commodities won a break from recent selling pressure after a reading on China's massive factory sector outpaced the market's bleak expectations.
Continue reading below. Worries about growth in China and a slide in oil prices pushed stocks lower. Investors are nervous about recent economic data that suggests growth is slowing in China.
A day of demonstrations Monday to highlight the role organizers say big business plays in climate change ended after dark with the peaceful arrests of more than 100 activists who engaged in civil disobedience.
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Tesco's shares fell to their lowest price in more than a decade after Britain's biggest retailer announced it had suspended four senior executives after uncovering a "serious issue" with its accounts that means profits for the last six months have been overstated ...