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Asia markets traded higher after U.S. stocks rose overnight, with the Dow Jones industrial average closing above 21,000.
Asia markets traded mixed, despite U.S. gains, as investors await key speech from Trump and also look ahead to India's October-to-December GDP.
Asia markets dropped on Monday, with the British pound losing ground against the dollar ahead of Trump's address to Congress.
Asia markets traded lower after a mixed finish in the U.S. on the back of remarks made by U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
A study finds the most popular cars for high-income Americans are pretty much what everyone else drives, notably Fords, Jeeps, and Hondas.
Asia markets traded mixed, while South Korean shares hit highs not seen since mid-2015 during the Tuesday session.
Asia markets traded mostly higher as investors await further details from President Trump's economic policies, including tax reforms.
Asia markets traded mixed on Thursday despite U.S. gains. Toshiba shares extended their tumble amid concerns over its restructuring plans.
President Trump's isolationist policies could mean big things for trade with our northern neighbor.
The chief executives of 18 major automakers urged Donald Trump to revisit a decision by the Obama administration to lock in vehicle fuel efficiency rules through 2025.
Asia markets traded mixed Wednesday as energy stocks came under pressure, following lower oil prices.
Asian shares were mostly higher on Wednesday after China's manufacturing sector showed signs of expansion in January.
Asia markets traded lower on Tuesday, after immigration measures taken by the Trump administration spurred jitters.
The joint venture will develop an advanced hydrogen fuel cell system that will be featured in GM and Honda vehicles starting in 2020.
Trump said scrapping the TPP would usher in a golden age for U.S. companies hurt by unfair trade deals. Add an unlikely beneficiary: Hyundai.
Asia markets were trading sideways on Monday, as investors looked past a weekend dominated with Donald Trump inauguration headlines and await clarity on policies.
Asia markets traded mixed, where Toshiba shares came under pressure from a Nikkei report, while Samsung Group stocks pulled back after initial gains.
South Korea's Kospi index finished flat as investors eye the fate of Samsung chief Jay Y. Lee, following a Wednesday court hearing.
Japanese auto parts maker Takata took a major step toward putting its airbag scandal behind it on Friday, the NYT reports.