European markets opened mixed on Tuesday as investors await updates on a potential U.S.-China trade deal and monitor economic developments.
The pan-European Stoxx 600 hovered fractionally below the flatline at 403.52 in early trade, with basic resources stocks jumping out to 1% gains while utilities fell 0.9% to lead losses.
Asian shares rose during Tuesday's session, following record closes for stocks on Wall Street on Monday. Japanese shares led regional gains, with the Nikkei adding 1.8% during afternoon deals.
Source : CNBC