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  • CEE MARKETS-Coronavirus fears weigh on stocks, forint regains some ground

  • Central European stock indexes slipped on Friday as new cases of coronavirus infections in China and a strengthening U.S. dollar hit sentiment. Currencies in the region were mostly steady. The forint, however, regained some ground and interbank rates have stabilized after a sharp rise earlier this week. The forint was trading at 337.48 to the euro at 1022 GMT, up 0.2% while the Czech crown gained 0.15% and the Polish zloty was
  • Yeezy-obsessed mobster loses his temper during sentencing

  • A hotheaded convicted mobster with a fetish for Yeezy-brand accessories lost his cool at his federal sentencing on Thursday, repeatedly accusing a prosecutor of lying in court. Aleksey Tsvetkov, 41, a leading member of a violent South Brooklyn-based outfit with ties to the Eastern European “Thieves-in-Law” crime syndicate, blamed everyone but himself for his 2018...
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  • INSIGHT-Inside the Philip Morris campaign to 'normalize' a tobacco device

  • At Germany's Bambi Awards for the media industry in November, celebrities posed for red-carpet photos against a backdrop of established luxury brands. Alongside the likes of Mercedes-Benz and Swiss watchmaker Chopard was a newer name: IQOS, a "reduced risk" heated-tobacco device sold by cigarette maker Philip Morris International Inc.
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  • 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
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  • CEE MARKETS-Coronavirus fears weigh on stocks, forint regains some ground

  • Central European stock indexes slipped on Friday as new cases of coronavirus infections in China and a strengthening U.S. dollar hit sentiment. Currencies in the region were mostly steady. The forint, however, regained some ground and interbank rates have stabilized after a sharp rise earlier this week. The forint was trading at 337.48 to the euro at 1022 GMT, up 0.2% while the Czech crown gained 0.15% and the Polish zloty was
  • The Deep-Fried Deliciousness of Poland’s Pączki

  • Pączki is Polish for “delicious.” Ok, not really… But with its deep-fried dough and sugary jam filling, it might as well be! Sylwia Tomaszkiewicz’s great-grandfather created a secret recipe for pączki that’s still a hit in Warsaw—so much so, the family bakery churns out about 800 to 1,000 of them a day. This Great Big Story was made possible by Warsaw.
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