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SYDNEY: Asian shares were down for a seventh straight session on Tuesday after a renewed spike in European energy prices stoked fears of recession and pushed bond yields higher, while tipping the euro to 20-year lows.

European stocks looked set to follow Asian equities. EUROSTOXX 50 futures and FTSE futures were both off around 0.2% after sliding overnight.

Benchmark gas prices in the European Union surged 13% overnight to a record peak, having doubled in just a month to be 14 times higher than the average of the past decade.

Analysts at Citi warned inflation in Britain could top 18% if energy prices were not restrained.

European and British manufacturing surveys due later on Tuesday were expected to highlight the damage being done to activity, with Germany seen deeper in contractionary territory.

"Europe's dire energy situation suggests the peak of inflation is not here yet and the risk remains that high inflation is sticky for longer without further aggressive central bank action," said Tapas Strickland, a director of economics at National Australia Bank.

"No surprise then to see the dollar at near multi-decade highs against a falling euro and British pound."

The single currency was struggling at $0.9929, having dropped 1% to a 20-year trough of $0.99265 on Monday.

The break of the July low at $0.9952 was taken as a bearish sign for a further push lower, with little in the way of chart support left.

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Sterling was down at $1.1755, after diving as deep as $1.1743 and levels last seen in March 2020 at the start of the pandemic. That saw the dollar index up to 109.100 and within a whisker of its July peak.

In Asia, unease over China's economy continued to percolate as a cut in lending rates and talk of a fresh round of official loans to property developers underlined stresses in the sector.

"It would be bad enough for Chinese equities if the economy's struggles were confined to the property sector," said Oliver Allen a market economist at Capital Economics.

"But growth in the services sector seems unlikely to accelerate by much so long as China's zero-COVID policies remain in place; the pandemic-linked export boom is coming to an end; and power shortages due to droughts in parts of the country look set to hobble industry in the near term."

Chinese blue chips were off 0.5% having received only a fleeting lift from the latest policy easing. China's yuan fell to an almost two-year low.

FED HAWKS RULE

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan dipped 0.9% to hit a one-month low, and has fallen every day in the past week.

The Nikkei lost 1.3% after a PMI survey showed factory activity in Japan slowed to a 19-month low in August amid persistent rises in raw material and energy costs.

S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures both edged 0.1% lower, following sharp falls on Monday when rising bond yields undermined tech shares.

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