Taiwan has a busy data week ahead, with October industrial production and domestic trade on Monday and gross domestic product (GDP) on Friday. Moody's expects GDP likely contracted around 1 percent on-year, in line with preliminary estimates.
On Thursday, Singapore will report Industrial production for October and the Philippines will post GDP, which Moody's forecasting that the country likely grew 5.8 percent on-year in the July-to-September quarter on the back of higher government spending.
Jittery markets will also watch for further news on the terrorism front.
Attacks in Paris on November 20 have led to multiple police raids. The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the deadly attacks. In response, France stepped up air strikes on Islamic State's declared capital of Raqqa in Syria.
Attacks orchestrated by the Islamic State have surged recently; in the past month, the militant group is believed to be responsible for attacks in Ankara in Turkey, Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, Beirut in Lebanon and in Paris.
A worsening terrorist threat in Western Europe could eventually hamper economic growth in the region, ratings agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) said on Thursday.
- Katy Barnato contributed to this report