Thursday 03.20 GMT. An equity sell-off swept across Asia after the US Federal Reserve pledged to remain patient on raising interest rates.
Facebook's fourth quarter earnings handily beat Wall Street expectations today, but the social media behemoth still managed to freak out investors.
Another quarter, another set of disappointing results for Samsung. This time, net profit fell 27% from the previous year as intense competition continued to eat away at the company's smartphone business.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) was becoming the investors darling, but its latest financial results including disappointing profits from North America and Maserati, have caused some to think again.
(Updates prices, adds comments). * Kiwi dollar inches up after setting 4-year low. * RBNZ opens door to possible rate cut. * Dollar index stays firm in wake of Fed statement.