* U.S.-North Korea tension curbs risk appetite
* Hungary’s OTP retreats after surge on robust Q2 results
* Currencies near multi-week lows
* Czech central bank says crown strength key to policy
course

By Sandor Peto and Gergely Szakacs
BUDAPEST, Aug 11 (Reuters) – Central European stocks fell
and currencies traded near multi-week lows as strong corporate
results were outweighed by risk aversion due to rising tension
between the United States and North Korea.
Hungaria

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