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Markets in Asia ended mostly higher on the week's final trading day as traders awaited direction from Fed chief Janet Yellen's comments due later.
Across Asian markets, the energy plays rose as oil hit the $50-a-barrel mark for the first time since November, but broader markets were mixed.
Asia markets mostly closed higher on Wednesday, with Hong Kong leading gains and several major indexes advancing more than 1 percent each.
Asia markets closed mixed on Monday, with the Nikkei down after weak trade data, as markets adjust to a slew of comments from the Fed.
Suzuki admitted using improper fuel economy tests, and Mitsubishi Motors' president stepped down as Japan's fuel testing scandal widened.
TOKYO— Mitsubishi Motors Corp. President Tetsuro Aikawa said Wednesday that he will step down to take responsibility for the mileage cheating scandal unfolding at the Japanese automaker. But under a deal with Nissan Motor Co., which is acquiring a 34 percent stake in Mitsubishi, Nissan has been promised a major role in leading Mitsubishi.
TOKYO— Japanese automaker Suzuki Motor Corp. apologized Wednesday for improper road tests, but denied reports that it illegally falsified mileage numbers. Suzuki Motor Corp. shares fell in Tokyo trading Wednesday on Japanese media reports the company might have cheated on mileage, but recovered to close down 9 percent. Nissan Chief Carlos Ghosn called that...
Asian markets ended mostly higher Monday, as traders digested the slew of Chinese economic data released at the weekend.
Honda Motor shares dropped after the automaker posted a surprise fourth-quarter loss.
Markets in Asia retreated further on Friday, with Japanese stocks coming under pressure from fresh strength in the yen against the dollar.
Most Asian markets traded lower on Thursday, after U.S. stocks dropped in reaction to disappointing earnings.
Japan could have just three or four major automakers by 2021, according to one research firm, following news of a potential Nissan-Mitsubishi deal.
Asia markets wavered between gains and losses on Wednesday, as the yen nudged higher against the dollar and oil prices retreated.
The carmaker says the rear hatch door on some models could fall on people without warning.
Asia markets took "sell in May" sentiment to heart on Monday, with Japan's benchmark index tumbling over 3 percent and Australia banks selling off.
Nissan Motor said Friday that it is recalling 3.53 million vehicles because the passenger-side air bags may not work properly.
The yen rallied sharply and stocks tumbled Thursday after the BOJ kept monetary policy steady policy steady at a scheduled meeting.
Asia markets closed lower on Wednesday, ahead of key central bank decisions from the Fed and the Bank of Japan this week.
The Japanese automaker admits to using improper fuel-economy testing methods for certain cars.
Asia finished mixed on Tuesday as investors took to the sidelines ahead of major central bank monetary policy decisions due later in the week.