Shares of different leisure and tourism companies, as well as, air carriers suffered the worst selloff, which was caused by the attack.
The USD index dropped by 0.25% since Tuesday.
The USD extends its decline against other majors.
World markets shift their focus from oversupply issues to prospects of growing demand.
Traders increase bearish wagers on the Yen.
Oil futures rebounded after the drop on Monday.
OPEC and other Oil producing countries failed to come to an understanding.
Iraq’s crude output hit new record ahead of the Doha meeting on April 17.
A sudden decline in crude reserves in the US raised Oil prices during the Asian session.
Brent futures were sent into a sharp slump.
The US Dollar extended its losing streak against its major opponents.
Equity markets are filled with enthusiasm today, as interest for risky assets grows.
European indices started the week with moderate gains.
The US Dollar enjoys growing support from bullish sentiments.
European markets seems to have shrugged off after the Brussels attacks on Tuesday.