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Asian stocks made a subdued start on Tuesday, with Japanese shares dipping on a bullish yen, while commodities
such as crude oil stood tall thanks to a sagging dollar. U.S. stocks turned lower as the close neared to end slightly
lower Monday as investors looked ahead to earnings season. President Barack Obama and Federal Reserve Chair
Janet Yellen discussed risks to the economy and progress from Wall Street reform during a rare meeting in the
Oval Office on Monday, the White House said. They discussed both the near and long-term growth outlook, the
state of the labor market, inequality, and potential risks to the economy, both in the United States and globally,"
the White House said in a statement about the meeting. European markets ended mostly higher on Monday as a
recovery in oil prices and a rally in Italian banks boosted investor sentiment. Overnight, oil prices advanced ahead
of the April 17 meeting of oil producers in Doha, Qatar, aimed at freezing current output levels.

Nifty -- ended higher on Monday on account of buying by fund and retail investors. Traders got support with
Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das statement that a Parliamentary panel is expected to submit its report
on the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Code on April 29 and government would push for the passage of the bill in the
second leg of the Budget session. After making a positive start, Indian equity benchmark has pared its gain and
entered into negative territory and continued to trade choppy for the most part of session, as traders remained
cautious with a WTO report stating that India's rank remained unchanged at 19th in 2015 in the list of top 30
merchandise exporters of the world, though India's ranking among top importers slipped by one notch to 13th in
2015. India's exports dipped by 17.2 percent to $ 267 billion last year while imports aggregated at $ 392 billion.