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Shares recover cautiously with eyes on Fed minutes, China COVID curbs

By Susan Mathew Nov 23 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks recovered on Wednesday, while currencies made small moves with investors keeping a watchful eye on China's widening COVID curbs as well as for the minutes of the Federal Reserve's last meeting. Singapore shares .STI sat out gains across most Asian bourses .MIAPJ0000PUS after the government forecast easing growth in 2023 amid a global slowdown.
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Stocks, FX break winning streak as U.S. inflation nerves set in

By Susan Mathew Nov 10 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks and currencies broke a four-day winning run on Thursday, with stocks retreating from one-month highs amid nervousness ahead of U.S. inflation data that could sway the Federal Reserve's policy tightening stance. After gaining more than 4% over the last four sessions, MSCI's index of emerging market shares .MSCIEF tripped 1.4% with bourses across the board in the red.
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EM stocks, FX climb on hopes of less hawkish Fed; S. Africa's rand firms ahead of budget

* Hungary's Forint rises as c.bank commits to stability measures * Dollar, U.S. Treasury yields fall By Devik Jain Oct 26 (Reuters) - Emerging market currencies and stocks rose on Wednesday as the dollar weakened and wider risk sentiment improved on hopes of a less aggressive Federal Reserve, while the South African rand strengthened ahead of a budget speech later in the day.
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Stocks struggle over China growth concerns; Hungary rate decision eyed (Oct. 25)

(Corrects Liang's designation in paragraph 10) * Most Asian stocks fall on policy concerns in China * Shares elsewhere climb * Chinese yuan weakens further, offshore at record low * Hungary's forint flat; rate seen held at 13% By Susan Mathew Oct 25 (Reuters) - Emerging market stayed at 2-1/2-year lows on Tuesday as Asian shares continued to struggle over policy worries under Xi Jinping's third presidential term, while Hungary's forint looked to a central bank policy decision due later in the da
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Stocks slide, currencies muted ahead of U.S. inflation data

By Susan Mathew Oct 13 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks fell 1% on Thursday, their third straight session testing 2020 pandemic-rout lows, while currencies were flat to lower with investors awaiting U.S. inflation data. The South Korean won KRW= led gains among Asian currencies, down 0.5%, while South Africa's rand ZAR= lost 0.4%. Turkey's lira TRY= and Mexico's peso MXN= were flat.
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