Asian markets declined in tepid trade on Tuesday as investors digested a raft of Chinese economic reports and ignored a record close on Wall Street.» Read More
Mixed messages about when the Fed will taper have sent markets into a tailspin. But perhaps there's little reason to be confused about it.
Asian shares were mostly lower on Wednesday as a negative handover from Wall Street overshadowed remarks from Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.
China's broad-based reform plans got a thumbs-up from the markets, with Hong Kong and mainland shares climbing Monday, leading regional gains.
China's export growth rebounded in October after a tumble the month before, but economists say it's too early to call a turnaround in global demand.
Asian shares were lower on Thursday as caution ahead of the ECB meeting overshadowed potential gains from Wall Street's record finish.
Asian stocks closed out Tuesday mixed in choppy trade as investors focused on central bank statements and awaited key U.S. economic data.
Asian stocks were dealt a blow on Friday as concerns over a repeat of June's credit crunch in China overshadowed gains on Wall Street.
Expectations that the Fed will keep its easy-money program in place into 2014 have created the "perfect" environment for a revival of the carry trade.
Asian equities were mixed on Thursday on the back of positive Chinese manufacturing data and liquidity fears in the mainland.
As Australian stocks power to fresh five-year highs, analysts say the country's benchmark index is set for further gains.
What would a failure to raise the Treasury Department's $16.7 trillion borrowing limit mean for gold prices?
Asian stocks enjoyed a relief rally on Friday on optimism that U.S. lawmakers would soon reach a deal to avert a debt default.
Gold settled under $1,310 an ounce on Wednesday, while the dollar extended gains after the minutes of the Fed's Sept. 17-18 meeting were released.
Gold remains resilient and is set to strengthen on seasonal buying from India.
The embattled U.S. dollar faces its fifth losing week as the U.S. government shutdown hits growth prospects in the world's largest economy.
Gold fell on Thursday, as investors booked profits after the previous session's gains.
Lachlan Colquhoun, Head of Markets Analysis at East and Partners tells CNBC's Cash Flow which three banks he thinks will outperform in the Asia.
Asian equities were mostly lower on Wednesday after Wall Street logged its fourth straight session of losses amid uncertainty surrounding U.S. budget discussions.
Gold settled lower on Friday, paring the rally it made after the Fed's surprise decision this week to maintain monetary stimulus.
The dollar fell to a four-week low on Monday after former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers withdrew his name as a candidate to lead the Federal Reserve.