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Stocks, currencies set for fourth straight week of gains

By Susan Mathew Aug 12 (Reuters) - Most emerging market stocks and currencies rose on Friday and were on course to post fourth straight weekly gains, although COVID-19 worries in China capped gains for stocks. In a week where sentiment was centred around U.S. inflation data and its implications for the Federal Reserve's policy stance, riskier assets fared well as softer-than-expected data spurred bets that the central bank will not have to maintain its aggressive pace of hikes.
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Relief across stocks, currencies as aggressive Fed hike bets cool

By Susan Mathew Aug 11 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks hit six-week highs on Thursday after softer-than-expected U.S. inflation growth saw markets scale back bets about the Federal Reserve's aggressive pace of tightening. Currencies of the developing world also found some support, with an MSCI index .MIEM00000CUS extending gains to a third straight session.
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Currencies find breathing space as dollar eases slightly

By Susan Mathew Aug 8 (Reuters) - Emerging market currencies came off session lows on Monday, as the dollar eased slightly after a strong rally spurred by rising bets of the U.S. Federal Reserve staying aggressive with its monetary policy. With the exception of the Indian rupee INR= and the Taiwan dollar TWD= , most Asian currencies cut almost all session losses.
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Shares steady amid geopolitical tensions

* Declines in mainland China offset gains elsewhere * Turkish inflation rises to new 24-year high, lira flat * South African rand recovers, business activity picks up By Susan Mathew Aug 3 (Reuters) - Declines in mainland China stocks amid rising Sino-U.S. tensions over Taiwan offset gains in most other emerging market bourses on Wednesday, while Turkey's currency was flat after inflation rose less than expected, albeit at a 24-year high.
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Shares rise on China's market support promise amid recession worries

* Stabilising market top priority - China's securities regulator * China's factory activity slows in July * Manufacturing PMIs contract in Poland, Turkey, Mexico * EM currencies inch up, S.African rand up 1% By Susan Mathew Aug 1 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks inched up on Monday, as Beijing's promise to support the market helped offset to an extent worries about economic growth in China after the world's second largest economy reported slowing growth in manufacturing activity.
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