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By Anita Komuves BUDAPEST, July 19 (Reuters) – The forint rose on Tuesday, outperforming its regional peers, supported by the Hungarian government’s measures to tackle a budget deficit and the country’s willingness to strike a deal with the European Union about recovery funds.

The forint strengthened 0.31% to 399.25 per euro. “The forint started outperforming the region last Thursday after the government modified the utility price cap and foreign investors started to trust that the government is serious about lowering the budget deficit,” an FX trader in Budapest said.

The currency had touched a historic low of 416.90 earlier this month on worries over high inflation, a twin deficit and tensions with the European Union. “News of progress about talks over EU funds is also helping, along with high cenbank rates and a weakening dollar.” Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s government last week scrapped a years-long cap on utility prices for higher-usage households.

Orban’s chief of staff said earlier this month that talks with the EU have progressed over recovery funds as Hungary made concessions on four issues. The European Central Bank’s rate meeting on Thursday and recession fears stoked by worries over gas supplies could also affect the rate of the forint and its regional peers this week, analysts said.

News on Monday that Gazprom has invoked force majeure on some gas supplies has raised fears that Russia will keep the Nord Stream 1 pipeline closed beyond July 21, when the annual maintenance period ends. “The question of the restart of the gas pipeline can be more important (than the ECB’s meeting) as turning off the gas taps would cause an energy and economic crisis,” Gergely Suppan, senior analyst at Takarekbank wrote.

Elsewhere, the Polish zloty firmed 0.18% to 4.7700 per euro, helped by the easing of the dollar. “The correction in the U.S. dollar seems to be the trigger… this is purely a technical move,” Piotr Bartkiewicz, an economist at Pekao in Warsaw said. The Czech crown slid 0.12% to 24.540, while the Romanian leu was flat.

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