TOKYO - Asian stocks started Tuesday under a cloud with markets waiting nervously to see how Chinese shares fare later in the session after Monday's slump all but erased risk appetite.The dollar was under pressure as China jitters spurred flows into havens such as the yen, while commodities including oil and copper wilted amid fears of a collapse in demand from China.
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