Japan's Nikkei share average skidded 1.4 percent on Monday, wallowing at a six-week low and deepening last week's 1.3 percent loss, on pressure from a resurgent yen.
Japan's Nikkei share average gained on Friday as the yen took a breather from its recent strength, but the Nikkei still logged a weekly loss.
The Nikkei share average edged up on Thursday, crawling back from a 1-1/2-month low, as support from a weaker yen helped offset a political scandal centered on the wife of Japan's prime minister.
Asian stocks edged up on Thursday while the path for the dollar remained clouded by concerns about the prospects for President Trump's pro-growth agenda.
Top auto makers want the Trump administration to take a harder line on a market thousands of miles from their home turf.
Japan's Nikkei share average tumbled on Wednesday to its lowest close since late February, taking its cue from a sell-off on Wall Street.
Asian stocks posted their biggest drop in two weeks on Wednesday as growing doubts about Donald Trump's economic growth agenda prompted investors to dump risky assets.
Japan's Nikkei share average fell to a 1-1/2-week low on Tuesday as financial stocks underperformed after U.S. yields fell, while index-heavyweight SoftBank tumbled.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe spoke up for free trade at a major technology fair on Sunday with jabs clearly pointed at an increasingly protectionist United States.
With warm words from Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson ended his first trip to Asia since taking office with an agreement to work together with China on North Korea and putting aside trickier issues.
ROCKPORT, Maine (AP) — The expanding market for lobsters in China is continuing to grow, with the country setting a new record for the value of its imports of the crustaceans from the United States.
Toyota says it will invest $294 million in the U.K. despite the economic uncertainty surrounding the country's departure from the European Union.
'Without Mercy' co-author Col. David Hunt (Ret.) on increasing tensions with North Korea.
Disruptor Capital CEO Pete Snyder, former Bush '41 campaign advisor Mark Serrano and Democratic strategist Richard Fowler weigh in on President Trump's tariffs policy and how it will affect U.S.-China relations.
Fox News Military Analyst Lt. Gen. Thomas McInerney weighs in on North Korea's threats against the United States.
Asian equities opened slightly lower, as investors stayed cautious awaiting the outcome of several central bank meetings later on Wednesday.
Ford's Lincoln will build cars in China starting late 2019, as it looks to better compete with rivals in the world's biggest auto market.
Japan's Nikkei share average closed at its highest since December 2015, while investors waited for a U.S. jobs report that could pave the way for a rate hike as early as next week.
Asian stocks edged up and the dollar rose to 1-1/2-month highs versus the yen on Friday, ahead of the closely-watched U.S. non-farm payrolls report due later in the day.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt weighs in on the upcoming fuel standards and plans to make cuts at the agency.