Cheang Ming works for CNBC's Asia-Pacific digital team.
Markets in Asia closed mixed on Monday as traders watched for speeches from central bankers and as oil prices rose.
Markets in Asia closed in the green on Monday as oil prices rose, despite news Takata had decided to file for bankruptcy.
Investors in Asia were tied with their peers in Europe for having the lowest proportion of optimistic investors, a survey found.
Asian markets traded sideways on Friday after the sell-off in mainland China on Thursday and as oil prices advanced off lows.
Asian bourses closed mostly lower on Wednesday following the fall in oil prices to seven-month lows overnight.
Most Asian bourses closed cautiously higher on Friday after the Bank of Japan kept its policy unchanged.
Asian indexes closed mixed as markets awaited MSCI's decision on whether China A-shares would be included in its emerging markets index.
Asian bourses closed in the green on Monday as markets geared up ahead of Brexit negotiations between the U.K. and the European Union.
Multilateral development banks can help with Asia’s infrastructure gap, but governments need to make the first move, a panel of experts said.