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  • Qualifier Mager to face Garin in Rio final

  • The magic continued for Italian qualifier Gianluca Mager as he outlasted Hungary's Attila Balazs to win their rain delayed semi-final in three sets at the Rio Open on Sunday.
  • Hungarians march to protest PM Orban's anti-Roma campaign

  • More than 2,000 Hungarians, including Roma families and civil groups, marched to parliament on Sunday to protest against the government's refusal to pay compensation to Roma children who had been unlawfully segregated in a school in eastern Hungary.
  • CEE MARKETS-Budapest stocks lead the pack, forint retreats from 1-month high

  • Budapest stocks led gains in Central and Eastern Europe on Wednesday, rising 0.8% as a decline in the number of new coronavirus cases in China boosted global markets. The Hungarian forint opened at a new one-month high, still benefiting from a hawkish message by the National Bank of Hungary last week, before giving up its gains. It was down 0.15% at 336 to the euro at 1045 GMT. While the main Budapest stock index outperformed region
  • Draw for the Fed Cup Finals

  • Holders France will face Russia and hosts Hungary in the group stage of the Fed Cup Finals in Budapest from April 14-19.
  • CEE MARKETS-Currencies gain as crown past key level, forint off record low

  • The Hungarian forint stabilised off a record low on Tuesday and the Czech crown swung to the strong side of a key psychological level as central Europe's currencies edged higher due to a pick-up in risk appetite. A slowdown in the number of new coronavirus cases in China provided some relief although markets stayed cautious, leaving gains in central European assets limited. The forint, after touching a record low of 339.20 to the euro at the end of last wee

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