The dollar has reached a record high as world markets reopen after a week of record highs, reflecting renewed confidence in the global economy.
The U.S. dollar index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of currencies, rose 0.8% to 96.36.
The greenback rose 0,3% against the yen and 0.7% against euro, while the greenbacks biggest loser was the yen.
The euro weakened 0.1% to $1.0675, while its Japanese counterpart was 0.2% lower at $1,099.
The dollar is currently trading at a record $1.,933.40 an ounce (about 5.9% above the record price set in March), a level it has never reached in the past six months.
Ahead of the rally, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) was up 0.9%, the S&P 500 was up 1.6%, the Nasdaq Composite was up 3.3%, and the Russell 2000 was up 5.7%.
The S&P 500 rose 0 to 2,741.94, the Nasd gained 0.3, the Russell 200 gained 0, and the Dow gained 0 to 1,868.69.
The Nasdaq also jumped 3.6% after the Fed on Thursday said it would raise interest rates for the first time in five years to boost growth and stave off deflation.
It also marked a reversal of course for Fed chairman Janet Yellen, who earlier this month said the central bank could hike rates for a third time before the end of the year.
She also signaled that it would be more likely to increase rates if the economy is not adding as much as it hopes.
The S & P 500 index was up 2.6%.