|Day's Range||10,438.33 - 10,483.77|
|52 Week Range||9,078.64 - 10,882.65|
Asian stocks advanced for a second day after data showed the economic resilience of U.S. and China, outweighing the Trump administration’s mixed signals on North Korea’s latest missile provocation.
Asian stocks reversed earlier gains as investors continued to take risks off the table even as American officials tried to ease concerns amid an escalation in tensions between the U.S. and North Korea....
Taiwan stocks rose on Friday, led by electronics and semiconductor shares, and in line with broader Asia as upbeat data on U.S. manufacturing and employment and buoyant European factory growth boosted ...
Taiwan stocks fell on Friday, led by the semiconductor and transportation indexes as the Taiwan dollar continued to weaken further from a near-29-month high posted earlier this week. Asian shares were ...
Asian stocks rose as gains in a gauge of health-care shares offset declines in energy companies after oil sank. Japan equities fell as as a stronger yen dimmed prospects for exporters.
Taiwan stocks fell on Wednesday as investors awaited the Federal Reserve's commentary that may deliver clues on its outlook for U.S. interest rate hikes next year. The Fed is widely expected to hike interest rates for the first time in 2016 after its two-day meeting, but the market is focused on how the central bank steers monetary policy in the wake of Donald Trump's election win last month. Cathay, the parent company of Taiwan's biggest life insurer, shed nearly 2 percent.