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FX, stocks higher as oil flows to central Europe resume

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Central European currencies and stocks firmed on Friday as investors' jitters were calmed by news that Ukraine resumed Russian oil flows to Hungary and Slovakia and that flows could soon be restored to the Czech Republic as well. Stocks were higher, with Warsaw .WIG20 leading gains by adding 0.49% on the day.
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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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Currencies weaker despite oil pipeline flows resuming

BUCHAREST, Aug 11 (Reuters) - Central European currencies weakened against the euro on Thursday as support from the resumption of Russian oil pipeline flows and bets of less aggressive interest rate hikes by the Federal Reserve lost some momentum. Russian oil pipeline flows resumed to Central Europe on Wednesday, ending a six-day halt, after Hungarian group MOL paid transit fees owed to Ukraine.
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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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Forint regains ground as oil flows on Druzhba could resume shortly

(Updates with MOL statement on oil flows, market reaction) By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, Aug 10 (Reuters) - The Hungarian forint regained some ground on Wednesday after energy group MOL said oil flows via the southern leg of the Druzhba pipeline can resume shortly after it paid the transit fee for use of the Ukrainian section of the pipeline. The oil flows had been halted a few days ago, hitting the forint and MOL shares due to Hungary's strong reliance on Russian energy imports.
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