Light Crude Oil inventories recorded less than estimates but gains were limited after dollar strength was reaffirmed by the FOMC.
FOMC eases off QE as a bullish view on the Employment data boosts dollar strength, Gold falls to September's low.
USD/JPY attains 109 on the back of the FOMC statement, expected to consolidate before the CPI data by the BOJ on Friday
Mortgage approvals fell and added weight on Cable as the Fed decision to ease off QE pushes the Pound lower towards psychological price of 1.6000
Fed's move to keep rates low and ease QE wiped off 4 consecutive days of gains for the Euro, EUR/USD heading south towards 1.2600 psychological level.
Oil companies making do with sub-$80 per barrel prices as lower energy costs may fuel a faster than expected rebound in the economy.
Gold prices remain sideways after a climb in the mid-day saw 1235 attained but fell as U.S consumer confidence rose to the highest in 7 years saw gold tumble.
Dollar weakens against the Yen after Core Durable Goods data but Consumer Confidence in the U.S corrects losses for USD/JPY towards 108.2
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is the latest best friend of investment bankers as state asset sales to fuel public infrastructure building sets the Australian dollar climbing.
Dollar fell agains the Pound Sterling on the back of weaker than estimated housing data as borrowing terms remain tight.
Durable Goods Orders and Core Durable Goods Orders fell month on month as the U.S dollar fell against the Euro after support at 1.274