U.S. auto sales fell in August, and some major automakers said on Thursday a long-expected sales decline has begun.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports Toyota's August U.S. sales which were down 5.0%.
Asia markets were mostly lower on Thursday, with sentiment weighed by an oil price drop and as traders shrugged off better-than-expected China data.
Markets in Asia traded mixed on Wednesday, with Japanese shares gaining on the back of a weaker yen.
Asean's goal of a single market and production base still has to contend with non-tariff barriers and weak infrastructural links in some member states.
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Flights were cancelled and evacuation warnings were issued for thousands of people as a powerful typhoon approached Japan's northeast on Tuesday.
Japanese shares climbed, boosted by a weaker yen, while other Asia markets slipped on Monday in the wake of the Jackson Hole conclave.
Takata’s airbags are now at the center of the auto industry’s biggest recall, The New York Times reports.
Asia markets traded mixed on Friday, after most local markets remained near-unchanged this week ahead of a speech by the Fed chair.
Asian stocks were mixed Thursday, with traders on the sidelines ahead of Janet Yellen's Friday speech, as Chinese markets fell on liquidity concerns.
Markets in Asia finished mixed on Wednesday, despite Wall Street's gains overnight, as traders remained in a wait-and-see mode ahead of Jackson Hole.
The BOJ's purchases of the country's ETFs has been distorting the market, offering traders a leg up on picking stock winners.
Regulators denied a request to extend the comment period on environmental analysis to determine whether fuel efficiency requirements are feasible.
Asian markets were mixed on Tuesday, with the Nikkei ending lower as stocks came under pressure due to a weaker dollar buoying the yen.
Even a resurgent yen hasn’t dampened Japan’s stock rally over the past couple months, but that’s not necessarily because investors like the market.
Most Asian markets retreated on Monday, with traders likely holding their horses ahead of a speech from Fed chair Janet Yellen on Friday.
After wavering between gains and losses, Asia markets closed modestly higher, but major indexes in Australia and Japan posted weekly losses.
Japanese shares dropped on Thursday in a mixed Asian trading session, as a stronger yen weighed on sentiment.
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