Gold edged lower and closed down for the week as rallying equity markets and strong US economic data dented demand for the precious metal.» Read More
Asian equities were mostly higher on Thursday following reassurance that the U.S. Federal Reserve would not raise interest rates anytime soon.
Gold ended higher as its safe-haven appeal increased after the IMF cut its global economic growth forecasts.
Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters have blockaded key shopping areas, and analysts are keeping a running toll on how badly the economy will be hit.
Asian equities reversed losses to end higher on Friday ahead of U.S. jobs data, with Hong Kong markets in focus as protests entered their eighth day.
Despite handwringing over how badly protests will hit Hong Kong tourism, it isn't clear whether the turmoil is keeping mainland tourists away.
Asian stocks dropped on Thursday following a weak U.S. lead and continued unrest in Hong Kong, while investors await the European Central Bank's policy meeting.
Asian stocks were mixed on the first day of the fourth-quarter as investors focused on political unrest in Hong Kong and key Chinese data.
Asian equities were mixed on Tuesday amid caution over developments in Hong Kong and as investors focused on data in China and Japan.
Hong Kong's worst protests in decades have decked the territory's stocks and currency, and some expect longer-term economic repercussions.
Falling crude oil prices may have tempered inflation risks in India, but don't expect the country's central bank to ease monetary policy anytime soon.
Asian markets started the data-light week on the back foot, with major indices posting steep losses.
U.S. crude oil fell, notching its fourth daily decline on continued concerns about ample supply at a time of weak data and fragile demand.
Asian stocks were mixed on Wednesday on speculation whether the U.S. Fed will maintain its dovish policy stance and following reports of Chinese stimulus.
Asia might be the place to be for females working in finance, an industry infamous for its grueling hours and male-dominated management culture.
Gold ended modestly higher on Tuesday ahead the Federal Reserve's policy announcement, but remained near an eight-month low.
Gold settled higher on softer stocks after disappointing data from China, was still near an eight-month low ahead of the Fed's policy meeting.
Gold posted its worst week since May on Friday, as a lack of physical and investment demand and widespread commodities losses weighed on bullion.
Asian equity markets were mixed on the final trading day of the week as investors avoided making aggressive bets before a key set of Chinese data over the weekend.
Asian stock markets were mostly higher on Tuesday amid light volumes as markets in South Korea and Hong Kong were closed for the Mid-Autumn Festival.
Gold settled at a three-month low on Monday as the dollar recovered losses made after a disappointing U.S. jobs report.