A look at the day ahead in Asian markets from Jamie McGeever
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Earnings from China's Tencent, an interest rate decision from New Zealand, and a clutch of Japanese economic indicators will give Asian markets a local steer on Wednesday, following another solid rise on Wall Street and notable decline in oil prices.
Tencent's second-quarter results come a day after Reuters exclusively reported that the tech giant plans to sell all or a bulk of its $24 billion stake in food delivery firm Meituan.
This would placate domestic regulators but also bring a timely cash injection - Tencent's second-quarter profit is forecast to slide 27 per cent, per analyst estimates on Refinitiv, thanks to a slowing economy and tightened video-game rule.
Tencent's shares edged up 0.9 per cent on Tuesday, while Meituan's slumped 9 per cent, their biggest fall in five months.
On the macro front, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand is expected to raise its cash rate by 50 basis points for the fourth meeting in a row. All 23 economists in a Reuters poll forecast the rise to 3.00 per cent, which would mark the most aggressive tightening since 1999.