Market in details
The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index increased 0.3 percent, climbing for a second day after a 0.5 percent drop on Monday. It rose as much as 0.5 percent.
The euro lost 0.2 percent to $1.0908, after four straight days of gains.
The yen was little changed at 111.074 per dollar, after dropping 1.2 percent on Tuesday.
AUD/USD sets fresh low for the day at 0.7480 as model-driven funds lighten up on AUD longs vs USD and other FX; AUD is continuing a retreat that began in earnest after Australian inflation data narrowly missed estimates.
The yield on 10-year Treasuries fell three basis points to 2.30 percent, after climbing for five straight sessions.
U.S. stocks ended a volatile day little changed, with equity benchmarks near record levels, as investors sifted through details on President Donald Trump’s tax plan, as well as corporate earnings.S&P 500 down less than 0.1% to 2,387 at 4 p.m.Dow Industrials down 0.1% to 20,975.09.Telecom (+1%), health care (+0.5%), consumer discretionary (+0.5%) biggest gainers.Real estate (-0.9%), consumer staples (-0.8%).Financial and industrial shares little changed.
European stocks extended their winning streak into a sixth day.Stoxx 600 up 0.5% at the close.Dax unchanged at 12,472.8.FTSE 100 up 0.2% at 7,288.72.Stoxx Banks SX7P up 0.2% at 185.2.S&P 500 up 0.2% at 2,392.9.
Futures on Japan’s Nikkei 225 lost 0.5 percent in Singapore, with contracts on Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 little changed. Kospi contracts lost 0.1 percent, while Hang Seng futures rose 0.2 percent.
Gold futures added 0.2 percent to $1,270.80, after dropping 1 percent on Tuesday as investors turn attention to Trump’s agenda to boost U.S. growth.
Crude closed higher in New York, adding 6 cents to settle at $49.62 a barrel and halt a six-day selloff on Tuesday. A government report showed U.S. crude stockpiles fell for a third week as refinery demand surged.