Asian stocks outside of Shanghai erased losses to end higher on Wednesday, but the mood was cautious ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy decision.» Read More
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Japanese shares fell to their lowest level in three weeks on Wednesday while fears about a U.S. budget battle weighed on the rest of Asia.
Asian stocks held onto modest gains on Tuesday after the U.S. began the first partial federal shutdown since 1996.
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Japan's benchmark index staged a dramatic turnaround on Thursday to outperform Asian equity markets but sentiment remained cautious ahead of of next week's U.S. budget vote.
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Asian equities were mostly lower on Wednesday after Wall Street logged its fourth straight session of losses amid uncertainty surrounding U.S. budget discussions.
Samsung Electronics on Wednesday announced that it will unveil a handset featuring a curved display in October, upping the ante in the smartphone war.
Kiranjeet Kaur, senior market analyst at IDC, explains why both the Samsung smartwatch and the new curved-screen smartphone are unlikely to be game-changers.
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The proposed merger between Applied Materials and rival chipmaker Tokyo Electron will not be allowed by U.S. regulators, CNBC's Jim Cramer said.
Asian stocks pared back some of their losses on Tuesday as investors continued to fret about the future of U.S. monetary stimulus among a lack of market catalysts.
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Apple announced that sales for its new iPhone had set a record, with consumers snapping up a record nine million smartphones.
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Asian equities were mixed on Monday as investors digested a better-than-expected report of Chinese factory activity, but volumes were thin with Japan shut for a public holiday.
Smartphone technology is still broadly struggling to find a connection with Asia's booming 'silver economy,' which could be worth a staggering $3 trillion in the Asia-Pacific region by 2017.
"We sold our Apple a few days after they showed the new iPhones," Light Street Capital's Glen Kacher says.