Asian stocks rose for the first time in four days after better-than-forecast growth in U.S. jobs and Chinese exports boosted investor confidence that cuts to Federal Reserve stimulus won’t derail the global economic recovery.
Asian stocks fell this week, with the regional benchmark gauge declining the most since August, amid concern improving U.S. economic data will spur the Federal Reserve to pare stimulus as soon as this month.
Most Asian stocks fell, with the regional benchmark index posting its biggest weekly drop since August, as improving U.S. economic data fueled speculation the Federal Reserve may bring forward stimulus cuts.
Asian stocks fell, with the regional benchmark index declining to a three-week low, amid concern signs of improvement in the U.S. jobs market will prompt the Federal Reserve to bring forward cuts to stimulus.
Asian stocks fell after the yen strengthened overnight and valuations on the regional equities gauge climbed to a six-month high, with investors awaiting U.S. jobs data this week that may provide further evidence as to when the Federal Reserve will reduce stimulus.
Asian stocks fell, with the equity gauge excluding Japan posting its first drop in eight days, as signs the U.S. economy is strengthening fueled speculation that the Federal Reserve will soon start tapering stimulus.
The value of equities traded on Singapore Exchange Ltd. sunk to a two-year low last month, threatening to slow the bourse’s earnings growth, as brokerages restricted investments in so-called penny stocks after three commodity companies plunged.
Asian stocks rose this week, paring their monthly decline, as U.S. data boosted confidence in the world’s largest economy and a weaker yen helped the Nikkei 225 Stock Average touch a near six-year high.