Asian shares have failed to grow in markets since yesterday, after US President Donald Trump seemed to have hoped for a commercial deal with China, which has reduced the risk of risk in the region .
Nikkei Japan recorded a 0.1% increase, while the Chinese blue chip blue index CSI300 added 0.6%.
The rest of the markets were mixed, with the Asian-Pacific Pacific MSCI Index losing 0.1%. The US S & P 500 future rejected a 0.4% after a sharp rise yesterday.
In an interview with Wall Street Journal, Trump said he expected to raise the import duty of $ 200 billion on Chinese imports from 10% to 25%.
He also said that he was "unlikely" to accept the China application to defer the planned increase to come into force on January 1st.
The Trump statement opposes completely to the recent expectations of a possible bargain with Chinese President Ciang Jinpin at the G20 conference in Buenos Aires later this week.
Trump currency that was sensitive to trade, like the Australian dollar, was in a defensive position, while the US dollar rose against the Japanese yoke to 113.46.
The euro recorded a small increase to 1.1332 dollars, while the dollar index dropped to 97.051.
Apple Inc. shares rejected In post-basket trading in response to Trump comments that iPhone and laptops and smartphones imported from China would be the subject of duties.
Trump interview came at a time when investors had shown signs of excitement, and Wall Street had received a momentum of the high shopping season.
Dow Jones ended yesterday with a growth of 1.46%, while the S & P 500 added 1.55% and Nasdaq rose 2.06%.
The growth came after S & P 500 on Friday recorded its lowest level for six months, indicating a decline of more than 10 percent of its culmination in September and returning to "correction".
Regarding the raw materials markets, oil prices have again reduced due to the production of a record by Saudi Arabia. They raised almost 3% yesterday, but this was mainly considered in technical correction after the serious downturn in recent weeks.
The US lightweight crew lost 41 cents, to 51.22 dollars in a barrel, while Brent's crude oil dropped 38 cents to 60.10 dollars in barrel.
According to analysts from the Australian National Bank, a 30% reduction in oil prices since the beginning of October will affect US inflation, which is likely to cause the Federal Reserve to further delay its financial financial pressures.
Later today, Chairman of the Fed, Richard Clarida, is expected to say that tomorrow's investors will be looking at a statement by the Federal Federal Chairman, Jerome Powell, tomorrow.