Asian equities outside China advanced on Tuesday, as the morale of investors got a boost from the overnight rally on Wall Street.» Read More
Asian equities mostly advanced on Monday after Greek Prime Minister made a new offer of reforms over the weekend.
Asian stocks ended mostly higher on Wednesday ahead of central bank meetings in the U.S. and Europe.
Asian shares extended their selloff on Tuesday, as Greece's debt talks and the upcoming two-day Federal Reserve meeting sapped risk appetite.
MSCI's decision to delay the inclusion of China-listed shares in its emerging market index weighed on mainland markets on Wednesday.
Asian equities declined on Tuesday, as China's inflation data and the prospect of higher U.S. interest rates weighed on sentiment.
A majority of Asia's stock markets fell on Wednesday, as upbeat economic data in the region failed to boost trading sentiment.
As regional bourses stumbled on the back of a slew of central bank decisions, Shanghai stocks outperformed on Tuesday.
Shanghai shares hogged the spotlight on Friday, as the key Shanghai Composite index extended losses, while Japan was the "quiet achiever" for the day.
Stock markets in Asia mostly rise on Monday, with Tokyo and Shanghai scoring fresh multi-year highs.
The Shanghai Composite clinched a fresh seven-year high on Friday, while markets in Japan edged up to finish at their highest levels in 15 years.
China's equity markets stood out amid mixed trading in the region on Thursday, as investors bet on further economic stimulus from Beijing.
In Japan, a better-than-expected gross domestic product (GDP) helped its stock market to outperform the region on Wednesday.
A new trading week ushered in another mixed trading session for Asia, as investors' confidence wavered following more below-view data from China.
Asian stocks mostly advanced on Monday as China rolled out its third interest rate cut since November.
Asian shares traded mostly firmer on Friday on the back of a positive lead from Wall Street and bets that Beijing will roll out more easing measures.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) may have removed its easing bias, but that's not enough to avert a slide in the Aussie dollar, analysts say.
Asian shares pared losses and edged up on Monday, as less-than-stellar data from China fueled bets of further support measures.
Asian stocks plummeted on Thursday amid a mixed bag of corporate earnings and renewed concerns over the state of the U.S. economy.
The New Zealand dollar could be on the verge of a sharp downturn, analysts are warning as the country's central bank flagged possible rate cuts.
Asian shares outside Japan declined on Tuesday, as investors eyed a slew of corporate earnings and the Federal Reserve's two-day meeting.