India, Nov. 25 -- Most of the Asian markets traded lower in early deals on Friday, as the market sentiments got dulled with the persisting inflation, geo-political tensions, lingering recession risks and resurgence in covid cases. Investors sidelined with the lack of fresh triggers as the US market was closed for Thanksgiving Day. Japan's Nikkei eased on profit taking after a sharp rally driven majorly by bets on less aggressive interest rate hike by Federal Reserve. Moreover, Japanese investors also got saddled after registering of a 40-year high inflation rate of 3.6% in November. Meanwhile, Hang Seng retreated after prior two straight sessional gains, with some profit taking and on growing uncertainties over global economic healthNikkei ...