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Forint leads currencies lower on Nord Stream gas leak worries

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, Sept 28 (Reuters) - The Hungarian forint led losses in central Europe on Wednesday as currencies in the region were pressured by the strength of the dollar and concerns over major leaks into the Baltic Sea from two Russian gas pipelines. The forint EURHUF= shed 1.17% and was trading at 411.30 to the euro as it ceded gains from the previous session when it firmed after a larger-than-expected 125 bps central bank rate hike to 13%.
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Forint jumps after larger-than-expected cenbank rate hike

(Updates with Hungary cenbank decision, market reaction, trader comment) By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The Hungarian forint jumped while long-term government bond yields were stable on Tuesday after the National Bank of Hungary delivered a 125 basis point rate hike, above expectations, raising the benchmark interest rate to 13%. The forint EURHUF= firmed 0.85% on the day to 405.10 per euro, up from 407.85 where it was trading right before the rate hike.
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Forint recoups some losses ahead of expected rate hike

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The Hungarian forint firmed on Tuesday in a positive correction, recouping some losses from the previous session, with investors eyeing the central bank's meeting later in the day where analysts expect the bank to raise its base rate further. The forint EURHUF= was up 0.38%, trading at 407.00 per euro ahead of the central bank's decision.
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Central Europe's currencies hit new lows against dollar

PRAGUE, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Central Europe's currencies hit record lows against a strengthening dollar on Monday and remained under pressure against the euro as economic fears hit sentiment in the region. Czech consumer confidence dropped to new lows in September, data showed on Monday, while in Hungary, consumer sentiment dropped below levels seen at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. The data was the latest in the region pointing to an economic slowdown coming as soaring inflation and
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Forint firms ahead of ratings review, CEE stocks fall amid recession fears

BUCHAREST, Sept 23 (Reuters) - The Hungarian forint firmed against the euro on Friday ahead of a ratings review by Moody's, while central European stocks tracked losses in global shares that fell on prospects of more aggressive U.S. interest rate rises and renewed recession fears. Analysts said Central European currencies were trying to find their footing after news of partial military mobilization in Russia dented risk appetite.
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Central European currencies under pressure from hawkish Fed

WARSAW, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Central European currencies saw muted demand on Thursday as the U.S. dollar rose after the Federal Reserve surprised markets with hawkish projections and delivered a 75-basis-point interest rate hike. The U.S. central bank on Wednesday signalled its policy rate would rise at a faster pace and to a higher level than expected to control rampant inflation, sending the dollar to multi-year highs against other major currencies.
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Stocks, FX spooked before Fed decision; rouble down as Putin orders mobilisation

* U.S. FOMC decision due 1800 GMT * Russia's Rosneft, Gazprom tumble as much as 12% * Yuan touches 26-month-low vs firm dollar By Amruta Khandekar and Anisha Sircar Sept 21 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks and currencies fell on Wednesday as investors braced for a large U.S. interest rate hike later in the day, while Russia's rouble hit a two-month low after President Vladimir Putin ordered the country's first mobilisation since World War Two.
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Forint leads region lower as investors on edge over Russia, Fed meeting

By Krisztina Than BUDAPEST, Sept 21 (Reuters) - Hungary's forint fell 0.9%, leading central European currencies lower on Wednesday, after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilisation, which investors fear might lead to an escalation of the war in Ukraine. "The euro has dropped, and the dollar gains on the partial mobilisation in Russia ...
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Hungary's forint leads gains, buoyed by optimism over EU funds talks

BUDAPEST, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Hungary's forint rose half a percent in early trade on Tuesday, benefiting from investors' hopes that Budapest might in the end meet European Union (EU) demands and deliver on its pledges to be able to secure billions of euros in EU funding. Hungary's government submitted the first of several anti-corruption bills to parliament late on Monday as it scrambles to avoid losing EU money, after the EU executive recommended on Sunday suspending funds worth 7.5 billion eur
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Hungary's eurobonds hit by EU executive's recommendation to suspend funds for Budapest, forint rebounds

PRAGUE, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Hungary's euro-denominated bonds slipped to record lows on Monday after the European Union executive recommended suspending some 7.5 billion euros in funding, while the forint rebounded after weakening last week in anticipation of the move. Hungary has been locked in rule of law disputes with the European Commission this year, which has put at risk its access to EU funds and weighed heavily on the forint.
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Hungarian forint slightly up, but concerns about EU funds remain

By Gergely Szakacs and Pawel Florkiewicz WARSAW, Sept 16 (Reuters) - Central European currencies strengthened slightly on Friday, although the Hungarian forint is still headed for a fall this week due to Budapest's ongoing spat with the European Commission regarding EU funds. The forint EURHUF= , which on Thursday hovered near its lowest level in more than two weeks, rose 0.34% on Friday to 407.3 per euro.
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Hungarian forint hovers at 2-week low amid EU fund concerns

PRAGUE, Sept 15 (Reuters) - The forint on Thursday hovered near its lowest level in more than two weeks, as the unit remained weak following reports the European Commission would recommend suspending billions of euros earmarked for Hungary. After a drop of more than half a percent in the previous session, the forint EURHUF= clawed back some losses to trade down 0.15% at 406.1 to the euro, as of 0938 GMT.
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Forint weakens, bond yields rise on concern over EU funds

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, Sept 14 (Reuters) - The Hungarian forint eased on Wednesday, underperforming peers, while long-term government bond yields jumped after media reported that the European Commission could propose that financial sanctions be imposed on Hungary. The forint EURHUF= weakened 0.61% to 401.30 per euro after daily Nepszava reported late on Tuesday that the Commission could propose financial penalties against Hungary later this week for shortcomings on monitoring the possible mi
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FX, stocks firm as dollar nurses losses ahead of U.S. inflation data

* U.S. CPI data due 1230 GMT * China to roll out measures to stabilise economy * Lazard in talks with China, India, Japan on Sri Lanka debt By Amruta Khandekar and Anisha Sircar Sept 13 (Reuters) - Emerging market currencies extended gains to a fourth consecutive day on Tuesday as the dollar nursed losses ahead of data that could show the U.S. inflation is peaking, while stocks hit their highest level this month.
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FX mostly stable as investors eye U.S. inflation data

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, Sept 13 (Reuters) - Central European currencies were rangebound on Tuesday as markets awaited key inflation data from the United States, while the Hungarian forint held steady as investors looked for news on negotiations over European Union funds. "A further decline in the (U.S.) inflation rate will be an argument supporting the increase of the euro/dollar and thus also the strengthening of the zloty against the euro," Bank Millennium wrote in a note.
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EU deal hopes boost forint, slowing inflation sends Czech rate bets down

By Anita Komuves and Jason Hovet BUDAPEST, Sept 12 (Reuters) - The Hungarian forint extended gains on Monday and government bond yields retreated from 10-year highs on hope over Budapest unlocking European Union funds, while Czech inflation eased for the first time in a year and sent rate markets falling. In Hungary, the forint EURHUF= strengthened 0.25% to trade at 395.55 per euro, outperforming central European peers which fell on Monday.
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Hungarian forint rallies, bond yields retreat on EU deal hopes

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, Sept 12 (Reuters) - The Hungarian forint extended gains on Monday, outperforming regional peers, while government bond yields retreated from a 10-year high with investors assessing potential positive news about talks over European Union funds. The forint EURHUF= strengthened 0.6% to trade at 394.20 per euro. "On Wednesday, this topic [EU funds] will be discussed in the European Parliament, which could bring some negative noise," ING wrote in a note.
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Hungary government bond yields rise to 10-year high

(Updates with Hungarian government bond yield moves, trader comment) By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, Sept 9 (Reuters) - Hungarian government bond yields rose on Friday, with yields on the long end of the curve reaching their highest levels since 2012 as investors priced in increasing interbank market rates and worried about rising inflation. Yields on both end of the curve rose, with the yield on the benchmark 10-year bond rising to about 9.40%, the highest in 10 years, two fixed-income traders in Bu
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Forint gains, other FX stable as markets eye EU meeting on gas prices

By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, Sept 9 (Reuters) - The Hungarian forint firmed to a more than three-week high on Friday while its CEE peers were little moved as investors eyed a meeting of European energy ministers later in the day where a cap on Russian gas prices could be discussed. The forint EURHUF= was up 0.47% on the day and trading at 395.35 per euro as it was supported by hopes for a deal on EU funds after the government announced on Monday that it would create an anti-corruption body.
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FX firms as dollar loses ground; stocks jump on Beijing stimulus hopes

* Peru cenbank raises benchmark interest rate to 6.75% * China inflation slows in August as COVID saps demand * EU members to debate Russian gas price cap By Anisha Sircar Sept 9 (Reuters) - Currencies across emerging markets strengthened on Friday as the dollar recoiled from recent peaks, while stocks were led higher by Chinese equities on hopes of more stimulus from Beijing.
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