|Day Low/High||11.48 / 11.68|
|52 Wk Low/High||7.61 / 11.71|
The second consecutive weekend selloff has some traders seeing reflections of 1997.
Improved sentiment, the U.S. Fed and a stronger yen boosted markets throughout the region.
To compete with banks of other countries, they must address specific challenges, a report finds.
Abu Dhabi's investment buoyed investors. But one money manager sees China's market as wildly overvalued.
Japan ends flat as most markets in the region move sharply higher.
For the third day in a row, the Shanghai Composite ends lower, with next week likely to bring similar action.
Chinese regulators said they might allow share swaps, spurring Hong Kong as mainland stocks slide.
A late-day recovery stanched some losses, but a derivative ruling halted Asia's strong trend.
A Billion Bootstraps offers an overview of the microfinance sector.
The subcontinent has been a bit neglected in China's shadow, but its time has come.
Brazil, Russia, India and China can provide excellent returns.
The Nikkei gains 0.85%, breaking its five-day losing streak; the Shanghai Composite reverses an early loss.
If you have money in emerging markets like China, you got a Shanghai surprise this week.
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