India, Jan. 12 -- Asian markets ended mixed on Tuesday as investors waiting for details of US President-elect Joe Biden's proposed economic stimulus plan worth of trillions of dollar. US House Democrats prepared to impeach President Donald Trump, raised worries that stimulus may be delayed. Meanwhile, surging Covid-19 cases and fresh global lockdowns also kept the market sentiment cautious. Japanese shares ended almost unchanged as trading resumed after a long holiday weekend. Japan posted a current account surplus of 1,878.4 billion yen in November, down from 2,144.7 billion yen in October. Chinese shares ended higher after the country reported a drop in the number of new Covid-19 cases in the past 24 hours.