Markets in Asia were lower on Friday as China's home prices rose, a typhoon shut down the Hong Kong market and an earthquake struck Japan.
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Markets in Asia advanced on Wednesday morning, after China's third-quarter GDP data showed the economy grew in line with expectations.
Most Asia markets ended higher on Tuesday, as oil prices advanced and gaming shares retraced some of Monday's losses.
Most Asia markets traded lower on Monday, as gaming shares in the region came under pressure after China detained employees of Crown Resorts.
Most Asia markets finished higher on Friday, as investors weighed price increases in China and the possibility of a Fed hike later in the year.
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Stocks closed lower as investors digested key economic news and kept an eye on oil prices.
Major automakers reported lower September U.S. sales on Monday despite high consumer discounts, as pickup truck volumes fell for both GM and Ford.
Asia markets stumbled on Friday, the final trading day of the quarter, after concerns over Deutsche Bank undermined investor sentiment.
Asia markets finished mixed on Wednesday, with Japanese shares selling off amid a relatively stronger yen.
Asia markets retraced much of their earlier losses following the conclusion of the first U.S. presidential debate.
Asia markets traded lower on Monday, with sentiment likely dominated by the first U.S. presidential debate and an informal OPEC meeting.
Markets in Asia ended mixed on Friday, as traders continued to digest announcements from the U.S. Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan.
Major automakers escalated a fight to delay or revise the Obama administration's ambitious targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions through 2025.
Japanese shares closed higher, after the Bank of Japan announced it would modify its monetary policy framework.