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Forint hits weak note ahead of Hungary rate meeting

PRAGUE, July 26 (Reuters) - Central European currencies started the week on a tepid note, with the forint at a three-month low on Monday ahead of the National Bank of Hungary meeting this week where traders expect the central bank to extend its cycle of rate hikes. The region's currencies have been hit in recent weeks by a firm U.S. dollar and poor
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Russian rouble helped by interest rate hike, rand lags peers

* South African rand worst weekly performer, down 2.3% * Russian c.bank hikes rates by most since 2014 * Further Russian rate hikes may not be as strong- ING (Updates after Russian c.bank decision) By Ambar Warrick July 23 (Reuters) - Russia's rouble pared early losses on Friday after the central bank hiked interest rates by the most since 2014, wh
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Currencies ease as dollar firms, coronavirus worries persist

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, July 23 (Reuters) - Central European currencies edged lower on Friday as the dollar continued to gain at the end of a turbulent week when the regional FX market was mostly driven by the global investor mood, which turned risk-averse as COVID-19 spread. The forint and the zloty both slid but were stronger than at the begin
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Russian central bank set to hike rates

* South African rand worst weekly performer, down 2.3% * Markets see Russian central bank hiking rates by 100 bps * Rouble fares slightly better than EMEA peers By Ambar Warrick July 23 (Reuters) - Most emerging market stocks and currencies headed on Friday for weekly losses on fears that a rise in COVID-19 cases could dent an economic recovery, wh
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FX, stocks rebound ahead of ECB policy meet

PRAGUE, July 22 (Reuters) - Central European currencies rebounded on Thursday from losses marked this week as investors' risk aversion eased and market focus turned to the European Central Bank (ECB), which is expected to keep its stimulus taps fully open. While the ECB remains dovish and looks certain to promise an even longer period of stimulus o
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Bounce back; South African rand up before rate decision

* South African c.bank expected to hold rates * MSCI EM stocks index set for best day since early June * Hungarian c.bank vows monthly rate hikes By Ambar Warrick July 22 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks and currencies recovered from recent falls on Thursday on optimism over the second-quarter earnings season, with South Africa's rand up 0.4% ahe
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Risk aversion, firmer dollar keep FX under pressure

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, July 21 (Reuters) - Central European currencies were trading flat to lower on Wednesday, as investors continued to look for safe-haven assets such as the U.S. dollar amid concerns the surge of the Delta coronavirus variant could dampen global recovery. The Czech crown EURCZK= flitted between positive and negative territor
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FX stabilises, worries over Delta variant persist

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, July 20 (Reuters) - Central European currencies held stable on Tuesday after losses in the previous session, as traders and analysts expected worries about the Delta variant's spread to keep pressuring markets in the region. The Hungarian forint EURHUF= edged up 0.09%, trading at 359.50 per euro — near a two-and-a-half
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Forint touches 2-1/2 month low as FX weakens amid global COVID rise

PRAGUE, July 19 (Reuters) - Central Europe's currencies fell on Monday, starting the week on a sour note amid global market weakness as coronavirus cases rise in different parts of the world, with the Hungarian forint touching a fresh 2-1/2 month low. The poor sentiment in markets added to local factors that have pressured both the forint and the P
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Battle with EU over LGBT rights, funds weighs on forint, zloty

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, July 16 (Reuters) - The Hungarian forint and the Polish zloty weakened on Friday, extending their losses, as Hungary's debate with the European Union that could hold up recovery funds for Budapest weighed on both currencies. The European Commission launched legal action against Hungary over measures it said discriminated
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Stocks rise on Chinese liquidity hopes, FX inches up

* Chinese stocks surge over 1%, Q2 GDP misses expectations * South African rand extends recovery into second day * Russian rouble pressured by oil weakness By Ambar Warrick July 15 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks jumped on Thursday as mixed Chinese growth data raised expectations of more liquidity measures in the country, while currencies edged
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Prague bourse hits 10-year high after Avast jumps on merger talks

PRAGUE, July 15 (Reuters) - The Prague Stock Exchange's PX index .PX climbed to a 10-year high on Thursday after shares in dual-listed cybersecurity group Avast AVST.L AVST.PR soared up to 15% on news the company was in advanced talks over a merger with peer NortonLifeLock NLOK.O . Avast announced the advanced talks late on Wednesday after a Wall S
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Currencies weaken as U.S. inflation data lifts dollar

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, July 14 (Reuters) - Central European currencies weakened on Wednesday in a global risk-off mood, extending their losses from the previous session when higher-than-expected U.S. inflation data fuelled policy tightening expectations and lifted the dollar. Investor focus has shifted to U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Po
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Czech crown firms on expectations of August rate hike

BUCHAREST, July 13 (Reuters) - The Czech crown EURCZK= touched a one-week high on Tuesday as inflation exceeded market expectations and reinforced views of another interest rate hike in August, while other central and eastern European currencies were mixed. Czech headline inflation eased less than expected in June to a rate of 2.8% year-on-year, st
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Zloty underperforms on raised inflation projections and dovish cenbank messages

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, July 12 (Reuters) - The Polish zloty slipped on Monday, underperforming its peers, as dovish messages from the central bank governor coupled with raised inflation projections pressured the currency. The zloty EURPLN= weakened 0.26% to 4.5570 per euro after Adam Glapinski stuck to his dovish tone in a press conference on F
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Currencies regain composure, but head for weekly losses

* Rouble down 2% this week on volatile oil * China cuts bank reserve rate * EM stocks set for worst week since early-May * Chinese tech giants log large weekly losses By Ambar Warrick July 9 (Reuters) - Most emerging market currencies were given some respite by a falling dollar on Friday, but were still set for weekly losses on concerns over China'
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Currencies, stocks rise as risk-taking improves

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, July 9 (Reuters) - Central European currencies and equities firmed on Friday, tracking global stocks, recouping some of their earlier losses this week on risk aversion caused by concerns over the spread of the Delta variant of the coronavirus. The Czech crown and the Hungarian forint strengthened on Friday morning after f
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Currencies stabilise, rouble lags EMEA peers this week

* Rouble down 2% this week on volatile oil * Turkish lira to end week flat * EM stocks set for worst week since early-May * Chinese tech giants log large weekly losses By Ambar Warrick July 9 (Reuters) - Most emerging market currencies took respite from a falling dollar on Friday but were set for weekly losses as concerns over the fast-spreading CO
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FX hits 2-month low, stocks slammed by Chinese tech crackdown

* Tencent, Alibaba and Baidu down between 3.7% to 4.6% * China largest component of MSCI EM stocks index * Polish c.bank meeting due later in the day * Russia's rouble leads EMEA FX losses, volatility spikes * Turkish lira bucks the trend By Ambar Warrick July 8 (Reuters) - Emerging market currencies sank to a two-month low on Thursday on growing w
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Crown, forint around two-month lows, Polish central bank eyed

PRAGUE, July 8 (Reuters) - The Czech crown and Hungarian forint fell to around two-month lows on Thursday amid a risk-off retreat in markets, failing to capitalise on data bolstering a case for more rate hikes in those countries. In Poland, the zloty EURPLN= slipped 0.1% before a central bank meeting expected to leave interest rates unchanged. Mark
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