Global stocks and dollar swing ahead of Fed meeting

Reuters – Volatility spread across stock and foreign exchange markets on Tuesday as investors eyed a Federal Reserve meeting expected to cut interest rates and hint at future unorthodox monetary policies to lift the U.S. economy.

European stocks reversed early losses to put in solid gains after better-than-expected euro zone manufacturing data. The dollar firmed against the euro after earlier hitting a two-month low.

Oil was trading below $45 but was supported by expectations that OPEC will agree its largest supply cut ever later in the week.

The Fed is widely expected to cut interest rates to just 0.5 percent or lower. Futures markets are setting a two-thirds possibility of a 75 basis points cut to 0.25 percent.

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