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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 week, pushed 0.1% higher to bid mid-morning at 337.65.
Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Thursday announced a cabinet reshuffle following the resignations of two senior ministers. Morrison said Keith Pitt - a well-known supporter of nuclear power and the country's coal industry - will become Australia's minister for mining and resources. David Littleproud, Australia's minister for drought, will combine that role with the responsibility of overseeing the country's A$60 billion ($40 billion) agricultural sector.
Investing.com -- The dollar rose to its highest level in nearly a month in early trading on Friday, enjoying continued support from tentative signs of rapprochement in the trade war with China ahead of the long Labor Day weekend.