Asian investors moved uneasily Friday as they look to a delayed vote on US healthcare reform whose passage is seen as crucial to the future of Donald Trump's growth-drive agenda.
Hong Kong stocks ended Tuesday morning slightly up but trade was tempered by caution ahead of the Federal Reserve's latest policy meeting.
Asian markets pressed ahead with a global rally on Monday following another record close in New York as traders welcomed Donald Trump's promise of details on tax reform and his softer tone on China and Japan at the weekend.
President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday nominated ExxonMobil chief Rex Tillerson as America's next secretary of state, flouting concerns from allies and foes alike about the oilman's deep ties to Russia.
Chinese electronics giant Huawei on Sunday unveiled its first personal computer, a convertible tablet aimed at the premium business market that will compete with Apple's iPad Pro and the Microsoft Surface.
US President Barack Obama on Wednesday
The euro weakened Thursday
President Xi Jinping offered the world a vision of a Chinese-driven "Asia-Pacific dream" on Sunday
The World Health Organization took aim Tuesday
Chinese stocks were flat in morning trade Tuesday
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