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Asian markets bounced Friday, tracking a rally in European and U.S. markets, getting a boost from an uptick in oil prices and comments from the ECB.
Foxconn, best known as a top iPhone assembler, has proposed a takeover bid for Japanese electronics maker Sharp, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Asia markets lost early gains and slid into negative territory, following another Wall Street selloff on concerns over global growth, China and oil.
Asian stocks tumbled Wednesday, with Japan's Nikkei entering the bear market, as global sentiment remains low on concerns over economic growth, China, and low oil prices.
Asian equities bounced back in afternoon trade after a mixed, but volatile reaction to the slew of data released by Beijing.
Markets in Asia closed mixed Monday, on the back of another Wall Street sell-off Friday, with Australia and Japan near bear market territory.
Major Asian stock markets ended down Friday, erasing early gains despite a positive finish from Wall Street overnight.
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.
The Innovation Network Corporation of Japan offers the electronics maker its third major bailout in three years.
Japanese government-backed fund INCJ has offered to invest $1.7 billion in Sharp, the Nikkei business daily reported.
Chinese stocks plunged Monday, triggering a trading halt for the day and leading Asia Pacific stock markets lower after feeble manufacturing surveys.
Major Asian equities closed mostly lower on the first day of the final trading week for 2015.
Sharp shares rallied on Monday on reports that Hon Hai Precision Industry is willing to pay $2.4 billion for the electronics giant, according to reports.
Asian equities turned mixed on Thursday, dragged by a sell-off on the mainland, knocking the region's Christmas cheer before the holiday period.
Asian markets ended mostly a tad higher Tuesday, as the jolly fat man delivered a glimmer of green in the little time left to trade before the holiday.
Asia's markets traded mixed on Monday, with many markets retracing initial losses that had tracked Wall Street's sharp losses on Friday.
Asian stocks lost much of their gains from the morning session to close mixed on Monday, as investors eye a host of economic data due this week.
Chinese markets closed higher on Wednesday on the back of rumors of an upcoming incentive to boost China's property market.
While fresh geopolitical fears after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane sent most Asian equities lower, oil prices and some energy plays saw gains.