NEW YORK ( BBH FX Strategy) -- The U.S. dollar is broadly higher, continuing Tuesday's rally that intensified after the FOMC meeting. In the eurozone, there were no new developments but the euro made a marginal new low of 1.3031, while sterling is currently flat. The dollar climbed to an 11-month high of 83.51 against the yen, with resistance expected to come in near 84. The Antipodeans are among the weakest performers in the G10.Global stocks pushed higher following the strong U.S. close. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index is nearly 0.5% higher, while European shares are gaining the second day in a row. The EuroStoxx 600 is currently up 0.7% led by 2.1% gain in banking shares. Fed's annual bank stress tests late Tuesday were well received by the markets so far, with U.S. stock futures pointing to an up open currently.