Asian shares are mainly lower as disappointing earnings results out the U.S. hurt sentiment.
China's Shanghai Composite closes -0.9% for its third weekly loss. Investors stayed cautious ahead of GDP and other economic next week, while a surge of 43% in the shares of debutant Neway Valve served to highlight concerns that an upcoming wave of offerings will divert money from other stocks. The industrial valve manufacturer is the first company to hold an IPO following the end of a year-long moratorium on new listings.
Elsewhere in Asia, Japan's Nikkei -0.1%, Hong Kong's Hang Seng +0.6% and India's Sensex is -1%.