Asian stocks saw choppy trade on Wednesday following China's first-quarter gross domestic product.» Read More
Asian shares fell on Monday, adding to last week's tumble, as strong Chinese data failed to soothe worries about sluggish global growth.
Asian equities were mostly higher on Thursday following reassurance that the U.S. Federal Reserve would not raise interest rates anytime soon.
Asian equities reversed losses to end higher on Friday ahead of U.S. jobs data, with Hong Kong markets in focus as protests entered their eighth day.
Asian equities were mixed on Tuesday amid caution over developments in Hong Kong and as investors focused on data in China and Japan.
The New Zealand dollar's precipitous drop has investors questioning whether it faces a free fall.
Asian stocks were mixed on Wednesday amid concerns about global growth and renewed unrest in the Middle East.
Asian markets started the data-light week on the back foot, with major indices posting steep losses.
The U.S. dollar strengthened following Fed news after earlier hitting an 8-year high against the Japanese yen.
Asian stocks were mixed on Wednesday on speculation whether the U.S. Fed will maintain its dovish policy stance and following reports of Chinese stimulus.
Asian equity markets were mixed on the final trading day of the week as investors avoided making aggressive bets before a key set of Chinese data over the weekend.
Sterling rebounded as the likelihood of Scotland leaving the United Kingdom began to fade but could see further volatility before the official vote.
Fears that the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates sooner rather than later sent Asian indices spiraling on Wednesday.
National Australia Bank posted a 7 percent rise in third-quarter unaudited cash profit, led by higher mortgage growth and lower bad debt charges.
Most Asian equities traded higher on the last trading day of the week, taking cues from a firm finish on Wall Street overnight.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) said its full-year cash profit grew about 12 percent on strong growth in loans and lower bad debt provisions.
Most Asian bourses followed Wall Street higher on Tuesday, except Chinese and Indian shares which failed to track Asia-wide gains.
The euro climbed from an eight-month low on Thursday after German and French business activity beat expectations.
Australia equities are a resilient lot, shrugging off a slew of economic headwinds this year to trade at nearly six-year highs.
Asian stocks were mostly higher on Tuesday as investors awaited Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's two-day testimony later in the day.
When Japan's PM Shinzo Abe came to power, he hoped a weaker yen would give exporters a boost and spur the inflation needed to revive Japan's economy.