HSBC and its biggest investor Ping An were engaged in a public battle since last November, over a proposal to the bank to hive off its profitable Asia business to deliver better returns to shareholders
Berkshire's investors are still trying to figure out why Buffett decided to sell most of its stake in the chipmaker
"Stop looting the poor," some politicians shouted in Indian parliament, demanding an investigation into the Gautam Adani-led conglomerate
Investor sentiment remained cautious after a top US central banker warned investors against getting carried away over one inflation number
Since July 19, investors across Asia have been able to make transactions from 9am-5pm Singapore time.
SPB Exchange in St Petersburg began trading in 12 securities whose primary listing is on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and will provide access to bourse infrastructure
KDDI shares declined about 4% on Monday after the biggest outage in the history of Japan's No-2 wireless carrier hit almost 40 million users
Japan's Nikkei sinks 3.2%, Sensex opens 2.3% down, while the MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares ex-Japan loses 1.6% and Chinese blue chips shed 0.8% amid a sea of red
Stocks fell in most Asian centres on Wednesday as a "Santa Claus rally" showed signs of fatigue and continued fears over the Omicron variant – and uncertain prospects for 2022
The optimistic risk-on appetite in the US carried over to Asia, with Tokyo up 1.4% while markets in Singapore, Seoul, Jakarta, KL and Taipei all enjoyed a rise
Asian shares dipped in subued holiday trade on Monday as fears lingered over the impact of the Omicron Covid variant. Airline traffic was disrupted in some states, but retail sales were healthy.
Tokyo, Shanghai, Sydney, Singapore, Seoul, Wellington and Manila all rose, though there were losses in Mumbai, Bangkok, Taipei and Jakarta