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Stocks join global rally following strong Wall Street session

By Susan Mathew Oct 4 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks joined a global rally on Tuesday, after weak U.S. data raised doubts if the Federal Reserve would stay aggressive in its fight against inflation, while a subsequent hit to U.S. Treasury yields and the dollar lifted currencies. After a choppy start to the final quarter of the year, MSCI's index of emerging market stocks .MSCIEF rose 1.6% and moved firmly away from 2-1/2-year lows, while the currencies index .MIEM00000CUS climbed 0.2%, exten
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Stocks slide as weak PMIs point to grim growth prospects

By Susan Mathew Oct 3 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks hit 2-1/2-year lows on the first day of the last quarter of the year, as grim manufacturing output globally worsened growth outlook, while Turkey's lira hit record lows on Monday after inflation climbed to a new 24-year high. Asian stocks .MIAPJ0000PUS slipped 0.9%, with trading thinned by market holidays in China and South Korea.
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Stocks, FX set for worst quarter since 2020

* EM stocks up 0.2%, currencies gain 0.7% * Lira on track for eighth monthly decline * Russian rouble, stocks gain * South Africa rand firmer ahead of trade data * India hikes rates by 50 bps, analysts see more tightening By Bansari Mayur Kamdar Sept 30 (Reuters) - Stocks and currencies in emerging markets were set for their worst quarterly performance since 2020, despite ticking up on Friday, as a strong dollar wreaked havoc and investors worried about a global economic slowdown.
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Czech crown slips ahead of rate decision; yuan snaps 8-day losing streak

* Czech central bank to hold rates, keep supporting crown - poll * Hungary's forint falls 1.8% to historic low on gas leak worries * Turkey's Erdogan hopes rate will come down to single digits * China's yuan bounces from 14-year low after PBOC verbal warning * EM currencies up 0.2%, stocks off 0.1% By Bansari Mayur Kamdar Sept 29 (Reuters) - The Czech crown slipped ahead of the country's rate decision later in the day, while other emerging market currencies edged up after steep losses in the wee
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Recession woes, soaring dollar pummel EM currencies

* EM Currencies at their lowest level since May 2020 * China's onshore yuan hits lowest since global financial crisis * India's inclusion in JP Morgan's EM debt index delayed - sources * EBRD hikes Turkey's growth view to 4.5% for 2022 * Russian stocks extend recovery, rouble eases By Bansari Mayur Kamdar Sept 28 (Reuters) - Currencies of emerging economies dropped to their lowest level in nearly 28 months on Wednesday, as fears of a more aggressive U.S.
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