[SYDNEY] - Asian stocks climbed to a record, buoyed by fresh all-time highs for US equities with investors energized by the outlook for profits and tax reform.

[HONG KONG] Asian markets rose Friday on the back of a stronger US dollar and investor optimism over President Donald Trump's long anticipated tax cuts...

[SYDNEY] The yen declined and the US dollar extended gains against major peers as the US Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan announced diverging monetary policies. Stocks in Tokyo pared gains while...

[TOKYO] Asian stocks inched down from 10-year highs on Thursday following a burst of Chinese data which was largely weaker than markets expected, while the US dollar held steady ahead of US inflation...

[SYDNEY] Asian stocks rose and the US dollar rebounded from its lowest in more than two years as hurricane Irma's force waned and the United Nations prepared to vote on tougher North Korean...

[SYDNEY] Asian stocks fell as investors turned to haven assets after the dictatorship tested a nuclear bomb on Sunday, sending the yen, gold and Treasury futures higher.

[SINGAPORE] Asian stocks advanced on Friday, once again shrugging off a sluggish day on Wall Street, and the US dollar strengthened as attention shifted to the central bankers' symposium in...

[SINGAPORE] Asian stocks advanced on Monday, taking their cue from Wall Street's strong end to the previous week, while the US dollar finally pulled ahead after stronger-than-expected jobs...

[TOKYO] Asian shares lost ground on Friday after a weak session on Wall Street, while global sovereign debt yields were elevated across the board on bets the European Central Bank is moving ever...

[TOKYO] Asian shares edged up on Monday on optimism about global growth, while the US dollar was on the defensive as a subdued US inflation outlook capped US bond yields and raised questions about...