Major Asian stock markets ended down Friday, erasing early gains despite a positive finish from Wall Street overnight.
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Asian markets closed mostly up, in a sign of returning stability despite lingering headwinds over China and lower commodity prices.
Asia's major markets closed mostly lower, with the exception of China, as investor sentiment in the region remained fragile.
Chinese markets extended an already rough start to the year Monday, losing further ground and other Asian markets came along for the ride lower.
Asian markets closed mixed Friday, after a wild ride that saw the Chinese market shut down prematurely twice to stem rapid selloffs.
China's stocks were suspended from trade on Thursday after the CSI 300 tumbled more than 7 percent in early trade, triggering the market's circuit breaker.
Asian markets remained pressured Wednesday after North Korea's purported nuclear test. But markets in China bucked the trend to finish solidly higher.
China's shares took a wild ride Tuesday, darting between gains and losses to close mixed, while other Asia markets retraced some declines.
Chinese stocks plunged Monday, triggering a trading halt for the day and leading Asia Pacific stock markets lower after feeble manufacturing surveys.
Asian markets had an uninspired finish on the final trading day of 2015, as investors kept an eye on oil prices for further clues going into 2016.
Asia shares ended Wednesday mixed, with South Korea and Hong Kong in the red, while Australia rose. Japan shares ended the year's final session up.
Asian equities closed higher Tuesday, after the Japan and South Korea markets erased early losses and the Australian market totted up gains.
Major markets in Asia closed mostly lower on Friday as investors focused on economic data, central bank decisions and commodity prices.
Asian stock markets closed in positive territory, taking cues from a positive finish in Wall Street overnight after the Fed raised interest rates.
Asian markets climbed on Wednesday, taking cues from a strong finish on Wall Street.
Asian markets closed mostly down after selling off on Monday, with some energy stocks seeing a rebound after oil prices rose in the U.S. session.
Asian equities closed mostly lower on Monday, as investors remain focused on the mid-week decision from the Fed.
Asian markets traded mostly lower on Friday, despite Wall Street's positive finish overnight, as record low oil prices weighed resources plays.
Most Asian stock markets fell Thursday, taking cues from a weak finish in the U.S.