Asian equities closed higher on Thursday afternoon after U.S. markets reacted positively to the release of the Fed's October meeting minutes.
Asian shares traded mixed on Wednesday, as investors remain cautious over the latest global geopolitical developments in the wake of Paris terror attacks.
BHP is reviewing its iron ore production guidance for fiscal 2016, following a mudflow and flood at its Samarco mine in Brazil.
BHP hiked iron ore production by 7% year-on-year in the September quarter.
Rio Tinto posted a 17 percent rise in Q3 iron ore shipments to 91.3 million tonnes and said it remained on track to meet full-year guidance.
Asian stocks traded mixed on Thursday, with Chinese equities outperforming after markets resumed trade after a week-long holiday.
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Experts are warning of the dire financial impact across the mining and metals space if Glencore is unable to control its skyrocketing debt load.
As mining stocks from Melbourne to London and Toronto took another pummelling this week, some analysts believe the sell-off has gone too far.
China's Shanghai Composite index finished in negative turf late Wednesday, as investor confidence remained frail.
Asian equities traded mixed on Friday, as investors turned their attention to the release of the U.S. nonfarm payrolls report.
Asian shares traded mixed on Tuesday, as a stabilization in energy prices calmed disappointment triggered by U.S. and Chinese manufacturing data.
Asian stocks stumbled on Monday, as falling energy prices and disappointing manufacturing data out of China ignited "risk-off" sentiment.
Asian shares turned mixed late Thursday, as mainland equity markets fell sharply in the afternoon session.
Chinese stocks rebounded on Wednesday, taking the lead in a broader recovery in Asian markets.
Asian stocks edged up from session lows on Tuesday, taking their cues from the mainland.
Chinese stocks led the sell-off in Asia on Monday, as the fall in commodity prices, questionable growth in the mainland sapped risk appetite.
A sell-off unfolded in Asia's stock markets on Friday, hit by a triple whammy of U.S. losses, a continued slump in commodities and soft Chinese data.
Mainland stocks outperformed on Thursday, while the rest of Asia traded mixed following a weaker U.S. finish and lackluster data.