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Seoul and Beijing agreed to work swiftly to improve relations following a year-long standoff over the deployment of THAAD in South Korea.
Samsung Electronics announced a shakeup of its leadership on Tuesday.
Japan's economy has grown for six consecutive quarters, but the country's 2 percent inflation target remains elusive.
President Donald Trump should follow four principles when he visits Asia's fourth-largest economy next week, political experts said.
Samsung's operating profit was in line with guidance, as strong demand for memory chipsets contributed to robust quarterly performance.
China reported official manufacturing PMI for October on Tuesday at 9 a.m. SIN/HK.
Asian markets close mixed after Wall Street finished Monday lower on news related to proposed tax cuts.
Fintech firm MarketX allows Chinese investors to access a number of "alternative" U.S. investments.
Chinese shares stumbled on Monday after a week of mostly stable trade during the duration of China's 19th Party Congress.
Senior military leaders of Japan, South Korea and the U.S. met at the U.S. Pacific Command in Hawaii.
Kobe Steel is withdrawing its forecast for this financial year as it struggles to quantify the impact of its data falsification scandal.
HSBC, listed in Hong Kong, London and New York, released its third-quarter financial statement on Monday.
Investors digested results from regional corporates, including HSBC.
U.S. crude oil exporters are moving more cargoes toward high-growth Asia as they capitalize on favorable price differentials and OPEC curbs.
The threat of nuclear missile attack by North Korea is accelerating, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Saturday.
North Korea accuses U.S. of making "criminal moves" as three Navy carrier strike groups operated in Asian waters in a show of force.
However, the president "muddied the waters" with tweets about North Korea, argues former diplomat Nicholas Burns.
BP CEO Bob Dudley refused to rule out the possibility that the oil major could be set to help develop oilfields in disputed areas of Iraq on Friday.
North Korea was behind a cyber-attack that derailed Britain’s state-owned health service’s IT systems, the U.K. government said Friday.
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis emphasized diplomatic efforts instead of military ones to resolve the crisis with North Korea.
David Sokulsky of Concentrated Leaders Fund says there are some "very good valuation opportunities" in Asia and Australia.
Moshe Katri of Wedbush Securities says foreign exchange tailwinds are helping companies like Infosys reinvest "incremental earnings" into the business.
Nicholas Ferres of Vantage Point Asset Management says the credit impulse in China "has probably troughed," and this tends to "lead growth" by six to 12 months.