Asian markets were mostly lower on Thursday as the dollar strengthened sharply and investors digest the Fed's first rate hike in 2016.
The Dow Jones industrial average was set to open about 50 points higher after closing at 19,852.24 Thursday.
Gold tumbled after the Federal Reserve's hawkish tone sparked a surge in Treasury yields and sent the dollar to a 14-year high.
U.S. stocks fell in choppy trade Wednesday after the Federal Reserve raise rates for the second time in a decade.
Treasury yields turned higher Wednesday after the Fed raised rates and forecast three rate hikes in 2017.
European markets closed lower on Wednesday as investors focused on an upcoming rate decision by the U.S. Federal Reserve.
The dollar hit a 10 month high against the yen of 116.45 after the Fed approved the first interest rate hike in a year.
Oil prices were little changed after the Federal Reserve delivered a U.S. interest rate hike that would likely boost the dollar.
Gold prices steadied after the Fed increased rates.
Stocks closed higher as investors kept an eye on a key Fed meeting, while the Dow closed in on another milestone.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a flat open on Wednesday as traders awaited an announcement from the Federal Reserve meeting.
Asian shares flip-flopped on Wednesday with markets cautious ahead of what is expected to be the Federal Reserve's first rate hike in a year, with comments on the outlook key.
U.S. government debt prices were higher on Tuesday as investors digested a spike in Treasury yields ahead of a key Fed meeting.
European markets closed higher on Tuesday as investors focused on the upcoming meeting of the Federal Reserve.
Markets were still uneasy that a Fed meeting ending on Wednesday may provoke more investors to cash in the greenback's recent gains.
Oil prices were stable, supported by strong demand in Asia and a supply cut by Abu Dhabi as part of wider production curbs.
Gold lost its luster ahead of a key Fed meeting that is expected to deliver the second interest rate rise in a decade.
Stocks closed mostly lower on Monday despite oil prices soaring as Treasury yields spiked ahead of a key Federal Reserve meeting.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Tuesday as traders eyed an upcoming meeting by the Federal Reserve.
Asian markets wavered on Tuesday, as investors await a widely expected Federal Reserve rate hike this week.