Crude oil and Asian energy shares tumbled Friday as OPEC's decision to keep production steady rippled across the globe.
Asian shares meandered Thursday as data showed a drop in Chinese industrial profits, but expectations for further stimulus moves from China and Europe helped to limit losses.
Asian stock markets mostly posted modest gains Wednesday as stronger U.S. growth was tempered by a less rosy outlook for China.
Asian stocks mostly fell Tuesday as the boost from China's surprise interest rate cuts faded and investors awaited U.S. economic data and an OPEC meeting.
Asian stocks rose Monday after China's surprise interest rate cut as investors looked ahead to European inflation data due out this week and OPEC meeting to discuss oil production levels.
Asian stock markets turned higher Friday as they juggled positive U.S. economic news and weakness in Europe, China and Japan.
Asian stocks faltered Thursday as China's manufacturing weakened and the latest Fed minutes reminded investors that U.S. interest rates are likely to rise next year.
Japan's trade deficit contracted in October as exports of cars, ships and steel picked up pace and falling oil prices cut into costs for imports.
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