Asian Shares Subdued By Global Woes

Asian markets were mixed on Tuesday as investors continued to worry about a Greek debt default and the timing of a US interest rate rise.
The country's bailout program is due to expire at the end of June with no deal in place.
Meanwhile, expectations are growing of a US interest rate hike in September after an upbeat jobs report last week.
Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 was down 0.8% to 20,288.24 on a firmer yen.
The dollar was at 124.64 yen, well below 125.52 yen in Tokyo on Monday.