The US dollar retreated from its highest level against the major currencies as markets digest the Federal Reserve's decision.
 The Fed cut interest rates by 25 basis points as expected, and the index made no further cuts this year or next.
 Gold has also recovered and is trying to recover $ 1,500.
The Bank of Japan left its benchmark interest rate unchanged at -0.10% and offered no additional measures. The Yen strengthened as the Bank of Japan did not match its peers with more stimulus.
The Bank of England is set to keep its policy unchanged with interest rates at + 0.75%. While wage growth accelerated, inflation slowed. Doubts about Brexit paralyze policy-making.
Oil prices consolidated their losses as WTI traded around $ 58. Saudi Arabia appeared confident of restoring oil production following a weekend attack on its facilities. US President Donald Trump has announced new sanctions against Iran, the "alleged perpetrator of the attack," in a move that could lead to war mediation.
Bitcoin fell below $ 10,000 and sent other cryptocurrencies down.