(Bloomberg) — Stocks in Europe advanced along with U.S. equity-index futures after a mixed session in Asia Wednesday as investors awaited the Federal Reserve’s next move on monetary policy. The dollar headed for a three-month low against a basket of peers.
Banks and carmakers led a broad advance in the Stoxx Europe 600 index. S&P 500 futures rose after the index on Tuesday halted a surge that drove it into the black for 2020. Benchmarks dipped in China and Japan. Hong Kong stocks fluctuated, while South Korea and Australia eked out modest gains. Treasury yields edged lower, and crude oil