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  • Asian Markets Slide in Choppy Trade, Dollar Rises Monday, 29 Jun 2009 | 5:27 AM ET

    Asian markets were mostly lower Monday with many investors stuck to the sidelines as the second quarter winds down. The U.S. dollar recovered from a slide on worries about the push by major emerging countries for a reserve currency alternative.

  • Asian Markets Rise as Confidence Mends Friday, 26 Jun 2009 | 5:06 AM ET

    Asian markets rose unevenly across the region Friday, as higher oil and metals prices boosted resource stocks, while the dollar fell as investors, growing slightly more confident, gingerly shifted some funds back into riskier assets.

  • Asian Markets Rally as Fed Holds Status Quo Thursday, 25 Jun 2009 | 5:08 AM ET

    Asian stocks rallied for a second day Thursday after the Federal Reserve reinforced that interest rates will be kept at a record low for a while, but Treasuries extended losses as the Fed shied away from boosting its debt purchases.

  • Asian Markets Recover from 1-Month Low, Eye Fed Wednesday, 24 Jun 2009 | 8:01 AM ET

    Asian stocks inched higher Wednesday from a one-month low hit the previous day while the U.S. dollar drifted, with investors bracing for a Federal Reserve decision and any signs the central bank is worried about the jump in U.S. bond yields.

  • Asian Markets Drop Sharply on Economic Jitters Tuesday, 23 Jun 2009 | 5:19 AM ET

    Asian stocks tumbled Tuesday, but were off the morning session's lows, after falling commodity prices and a sharp drop on Wall Street spooked investors into taking profits and buying the yen on speculation the rapid pace of recovery may not be sustainable.

  • Asian Stocks Tick Up, But Cautious Ahead of Fed Monday, 22 Jun 2009 | 7:17 AM ET

    Asian stocks edged up Monday, supported by buying of defensive sectors, while the U.S. dollar rose on caution ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting this week when policymakers may extend programs to keep borrowing costs low.

  • Asian Markets Snap 4-Day Slide on US Data Friday, 19 Jun 2009 | 5:33 AM ET

    Asian markets snapped a four-day slide Friday and government bond yields climbed after upbeat U.S. factory and jobs data provided more evidence that the global economy is recovering from its deep recession.

  • Profit-Taking Hits Asian Markets, Tokyo Drops 1.4% Wednesday, 17 Jun 2009 | 8:21 PM ET

    Asian markets struggled Thursday, with some investors booking profits in the last days of the second quarter after big gains scored on signs the global economy is starting to recover.

  • Resource Shares Weigh on Most Asian Markets Wednesday, 17 Jun 2009 | 5:16 AM ET

    Most stocks in Asia edged lower Wednesday, weighed down by resource-related shares and doubts about a global economic recovery, while oil slipped to $70 a barrel ahead of U.S. inventory data that could reflect slowing energy demand.

  • Asian Markets Slide, Optimism May Be Misplaced Tuesday, 16 Jun 2009 | 5:13 AM ET

    Asian markets extended losses Tuesday, in the wake of Wall Street's biggest tumble in a month, while government bonds and the yen rose, as investors cut down on riskier assets, demanding evidence of a sustained recovery.

  • Asian Markets Fall from 8-Month Peak Monday, 15 Jun 2009 | 5:07 AM ET

    Asian markets edged lower Monday and pulled back from eight-month highs hit earlier this month, as investors fretted over whether the global economy had improved enough to justify a further rally.

  • Asian Markets Advance, Tokyo Closes Above 10,000 Friday, 12 Jun 2009 | 5:15 AM ET

    Asian shares marched towards new highs for the year Friday as stronger-than-expected Chinese industrial output data and a rise in U.S. retail sales fuelled hopes that the worst was over for the global economy. Tokyo closed above 10,000 for the first time in eight months.

  • Asian Market Mixed, Resource Stocks Rise Thursday, 11 Jun 2009 | 5:36 AM ET

    Commodity-related stocks in Asia and the Australian dollar rose for a third straight day Thursday as oil prices extended gains, keeping a rising trend in raw materials prices intact.

  • Strong Commodities Support Asian Resource Stocks Wednesday, 10 Jun 2009 | 5:29 AM ET

    Commodity-related shares led Asian stocks higher Wednesday, snapping a two-day decline, after metals and oil prices rallied on a decline in the U.S. dollar and as hopes grew for stronger Chinese industrial demand.

  • Asian shares fell Tuesday for a second consecutive session as investors worried that a recent rally may be overdone, though oil prices extended gains ahead of data this week expected to show a fall in U.S. crude inventories.

  • Asian Markets End Mixed, Weak Yen Lifts Tokyo Monday, 8 Jun 2009 | 5:54 AM ET

    Asian markets were mostly higher Monday after smaller than expected U.S. job losses suggested a recovery is under way, while government bonds slid as investors speculated central banks may have to raise interest rates sooner than previously thought.

  • Asian stocks rose Friday as hopes for a global economic recovery drove up appetite for riskier assets, but traders were cautious ahead of U.S. monthly job data. Resource shares were among the leading gainers after oil prices surged to a seven-month high on hopes that the global recession had bottomed out.

  • Asian Stocks Extend Losses on Economic Pessimism Thursday, 4 Jun 2009 | 12:30 AM ET

    Asian markets slipped Thursday, after disappointing U.S. private employment and services sector data led investors to trim over extended bets and look for better points to buy again.

  • Asian Stocks Near 8-Month Highs, US Dollar Struggles Wednesday, 3 Jun 2009 | 6:31 AM ET

    Asian stocks hovered close to eight-month highs Wednesday, pausing for breath after rallying on optimism that the global economy is through the worst, while the dollar struggled near its latest set of lows for the year.

  • Asian Markets End Mixed, Investors Turn Wary Tuesday, 2 Jun 2009 | 6:18 AM ET

    Improving global manufacturing data lifted some Asian markets Tuesday, bringing a regional index near to levels before the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September, but the pace of gains slowed as investors weighed how much longer a heady, three-month rally will last.