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Zloty recovers after sharp falls following central bank governor's comments

By Alan Charlish WARSAW, Oct 7 (Reuters) - The Polish zloty rebounded on Friday, recovering some ground after heavy losses in the previous session following the central bank's move to leave rates on hold and comments from its governor on inflation and the zloty. The National Bank of Poland (NBP) left its main rate unchanged at 6.75% on Wednesday, defying analysts' expectations of a 25 basis-point hike.
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Zloty recovers after sharp falls following central bank governor's comments

By Alan Charlish WARSAW, Oct 7 (Reuters) - The Polish zloty rebounded on Friday, recovering some ground after heavy losses in the previous session following the central bank's move to leave rates on hold and comments from its governor on inflation and the zloty. The National Bank of Poland (NBP) left its main rate unchanged at 6.75% on Wednesday, defying analysts' expectations of a 25 basis-point hike.
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Stocks, currencies slip as all eyes turn to U.S. jobs data

By Susan Mathew Oct 7 (Reuters) - Emerging markets equities fell on Friday, snapping a five-day winning streak, while currencies were broadly flat against a weaker dollar ahead of U.S. jobs data. Comments from Federal Reserve officials overnight that the U.S. central bank is not nearly finished with its rate hiking cycle sapped risk appetite, with all eyes now on U.S.
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Stocks rise for fifth straight day; FX struggles

By Susan Mathew Oct 6 (Reuters) - Emerging market shares extended gains to a fifth straight session on Thursday, while central and eastern European currencies eased amid central bank-related disappointments and energy concerns. A wobbly dollar helped Asian shares gain, and optimism trickled outside the region too. Turkish .XU100 , South African .JTOPI and Polish shares .WIG rose more than 1% each.
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Forint weakens as markets eye cenbank's liquidity tightening tender

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, Oct 6 (Reuters) - The Hungarian forint weakened on Thursday, underperforming regional peers, as investors eyed the central bank's new short-term discount bill tender aimed at tightening liquidity. The forint EURHUF= weakened 0.54% to 423.60 versus the euro. "The forint firmed a bit yesterday (Wednesday) after the central bank's tender that aimed to tighten liquidity, so today's step could also have an effect on the rate," an FX trader in Budapest said.
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