Asian stocks put up a mixed performance on Monday, as traders digest a slew of Chinese data and tread cautiously ahead of the Fed's meeting.
Asian stocks see-sawed on Friday, as investors eyed increased uncertainty heading into the Federal Reserve's meeting on interest rates next week.
Asian shares were on a roll Wednesday, as investor confidence got a boost from the strong rally in offshore markets.
Asian stocks endured volatile trading on Tuesday, with China's Shanghai Composite index lurching higher in the final minutes of trade.
Asian shares mostly fell on Monday, as nervousness prevailed following China's wild swings and last Friday's sell-off on Wall Street.
Asian stocks declined on Friday, as investors awaited the U.S. nonfarm payrolls report for August.
Asian stocks mostly recovered on Thursday as investors took heart in a positive finish on Wall Street overnight.
Asian shares advanced on Thursday, inspired by Wall Street's biggest one-day gain since 2011 overnight.
China's Shanghai Composite index finished in negative turf late Wednesday, as investor confidence remained frail.
The mayhem in Chinese equity markets showed no signs of abating on Tuesday, with the Shanghai Composite index settling below the key 3,000 mark.
Netflix has partnered with Japanese telecoms and internet giant SoftBank to launch its video-streaming service in Japan.
Asian investors made a stampede for the exit on Monday on the back of growing fears surrounding the health of China's economy.
The sell-off in Asian stocks continued on Thursday, as investors weighed concerns about the stability of China's economy.
China's sovereign wealth fund is among backers that have poured in $350 million in South East Asia focused cab-hailing app GrabTaxi.
Chinese stocks ended an erratic session with gains on Wednesday, propped up by bargain hunters and efforts by the authorities, analysts say.
Alibaba, SoftBank and Foxconn will lead a $500m investment in Indian online marketplace Snapdeal to help fund a growth push.
Chinese shares led losses in Asia on Tuesday, as nerves over the yuan and a bomb explosion in Thailand sent investors scrambling for safety.
BuzzFeed and Yahoo are partnering to create a Japanese-language version of the viral news and entertainment site, the FT reports.
Asian stocks mostly erased losses to rise on Thursday, after a closely-watched press conference from the People's Bank of China.
Japanese telecoms group SoftBank, the majority owner of Sprint, said it acquired 22.9 million additional shares in the U.S. wireless carrier.