Stocks in Asia are gearing up for a positive start to the session, after the not-so-successful US trade, which left the stock as a whole unchanged.
Futures are pointing up in Japan, with Nikkei at around 21,460.
Shares of Apple vendors will be closely monitored today for any market reaction after the company unveiled its latest products at the end of the US session.
Investors will also monitor developments on the trade front, with the South China Morning Post announcing that China has offered to increase its purchases of US agricultural goods in exchange for delaying tariffs and ending the ban on telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies.
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