MALAYSIAN stocks closed higher on Friday, with the FTSE Bursa Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Composite Index up 21.74 points to 1,797.40.

SHARE prices in the Singapore bourse ended the week on a weak note, with the key Straits Times Index down 15.69 points or 0.44 per cent to finish at 3,513.23 on Friday.

[SEOUL]  South Korean shares ended slightly lower and the won pared earlier losses to end higher on Friday, reacting calmly to US President Donald Trump's cancellation of a summit with North...

[BENGALURU]  Australian shares edged down on Friday, as declines in materials and energy stocks on lower commodities and oil prices outweighed gains in consumer staples and consumer discretionary...

[TOKYO] Tokyo stocks closed flat on Friday, shored up by bargain hunting after pessimism from Washington's cancellation of a planned summit with North Korea...

[HONG KONG] Add Meitu Inc to the list of once-promising Chinese tech startups that are now saddling shareholders with big losses.

SINGAPORE stocks resumed trading slightly lower on Friday afternoon, with the Straits Times Index retreating 2.59 points or 0.1 per cent to 3,526.33 as at 1pm. 

[HONG KONG] Asian markets mostly fell on Friday as Donald Trump shocked the world by pulling out of next month's historic summit with Kim Jong Un, though analysts said the losses were tempered...