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Asian markets mostly fell Tuesday, with investors cashing in after enjoying their best rally so far this year, as mainland China released data showing another hefty slump in exports.
 
Most Asian stocks began the week in buoyant mood Monday, cheering a strong pick-up in U.S. job creation while weighing mainland China's weekend decision to lower its growth target but expand spending.
 
The broadly upbeat mood that has pushed global markets higher recently helped extend gains on most Asian trading floors Thursday following a lead from Wall Street.
 
Asian markets were searching for cues Monday after finance officials from the world's biggest economies held a weekend meeting in China that ended without any specific pledges for joint action to stimulate sagging global economic growth.
 
Asian stock markets mostly weaker as oil turns lower
Asian stock markets were mostly weaker on Tuesday as the price of crude oil turned lower following a surge overnight. Keeping Score
 
Asian stocks mostly posted strong gains on Thursday as a rebound in the price of oil and solid U.S. manufacturing data boosted European markets and Wall Street.
 
Malaysia and Bangladesh have finally signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to receive 1.5 million workers in stages over the next three years under the government-to-government (G2G) G2G Plus System.
 
Asian stock markets meandered Wednesday as investors weighed a preliminary agreement between Russia and Saudi Arabia to hold off on further increases in crude oil production, possibly alleviating a growing glut in supply.
 
Asian stock markets meandered Wednesday as investors weighed a preliminary agreement between Russia and Saudi Arabia to hold off on further increases in crude oil production, possibly alleviating a growing glut in supply.
 
US summit inspires skepticism, hope in SEA
It's a point of pride for many people in Southeast Asia that their respective nations will be represented at a summit with President Barack Obama in the U.S. this week. Beyond that, expectations range from the skeptical to the stratospheric: nothing will change or perhaps Obama can nudge my country in a better direction.
 
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