Asian equities ended mixed on Thursday as investors reacted to the end of quantitative easing in the U.S. and the region's latest earnings.
U.S. stock index futures traded lower on Thursday, after the Federal Reserve announced the end of quantitative easing.
Stocks were little moved Wednesday, as Facebook declined and Wall Street looked to the Federal Reserve's policy decision.
Benchmark U.S. bonds traded flat to lower on Wednesday, ahead of an announcement by the Federal Reserve after is two-day policy meeting.
European shares closed marginally higher on Wednesday, after a bumpy day of trading, as investors looked ahead to the Fed's policy statement.
Gold steadied near $1,230 an ounce, clinging to modest gains from the previous session.
Brent crude dipped below $87 a barrel on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve announced the end of its bond-buying program.
The dollar steadied as investors awaited guidance from the U.S. Federal Reserve, expected to reiterate caution on raising interest rates.
Asian equity markets followed their U.S. peers higher on Wednesday ahead of the Federal Reserve's policy statement.
Stocks rose Tuesday as investors considered earnings and an unexpected drop in orders for durable goods.
Wall Street trade will hinge on the Federal Reserve on Wednesday, which is seen opting for an end to monthly bond purchases.
U.S. Treasury yields continued to rise on Tuesday amid data and expectations of Fed action.
European stocks ended the day firmly in positive territory on Tuesday, as investors prepared for a key monetary policy decision from the U.S.
Gold logged a slight gain as softer than expected pressured the dollar, but moves were muted ahead of a closely-watched Fed meeting.
Brent crude oil steadied below $86 a barrel on Tuesday, after dipping close to $85 earlier in the day, supported by a rally in European equities and a fall in the U.S. dollar.
The dollar fell on Tuesday on disappointing U.S. durable goods and home price data ahead of a Federal Reserve policy meeting.
Asian equities were mixed on Tuesday ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting with China's benchmark index outperforming the region following strong data.
Stocks declined Monday as crude dropped below $80 a barrel and Merck & Co. narrowed its 2014 outlook.
Wall Street looked set for a higher market open on Tuesday, as traders eyed earnings from DuPont, Pfizer and Facebook.
Gold settled lower ahead of this week's Fed meeting, with a retreat in the dollar and a softer tone to stocks helping the metal.
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