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International stocks trading in New York closed lower on Tuesday, as the S&P/BNY Mellon index of American depositary receipts declined 0.5%, to 187.82.

The European index dropped 0.9%, to 180.58. The Asian index declined 0.1%, to 226.32. The Latin American index gained 1.1%, to 195.90, while the emerging-markets index added 0.2%, to 368.30.

Graphex Group, based in Hong Kong, posted the largest decline, tumbling 10%, to 35 cents, followed by shares of China's Fresh2 Group, which declined 9.3%, to 31 cents. Shares of China-based Burning Rock Biotech dropped 8.3%, to $5.52.

China's NaaS Technology was the biggest leader during the session, rocketing 68%, to $3.25, and Germany-based Jumia Technologies soared 30%, to $10.99. Lufax Holding, which is based in China, rounded out the top three leaders on Tuesday, with shares jumping 17%, to $2.97.

Data source: Dow Jones Market Data, FactSet

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