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BUDAPEST
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, Jan. 11 (Xinhua) -- For the sixth time in a row since 2013, Hungarian swimmer Katinka Hosszu received the award of the best female athlete of Hungary in 2017 here at a Gala on Thursday evening.


"Thank you, for voting for me the sixth time. The World Championship [held in Hungary last summer] was the most beautiful moment of my carrier. Thank you for my grandfather who taught me to swim
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, and to Shane [her husband and coach], who always brings out the best from me," Hosszu said at the Gala.


Hosszu has been awarded the title by the Hungarian Association of Sports Reporters. Hungary's three-time Olympic Champion is not only famous for her sports achievements
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, but also for her blunt style of speech.


Tennis player Timea Babos came second after Hosszu, and Anita Marton (athletics) came third.


Last year's best coach was none other than Hosszu's husband, an American. Hungarian media is obsessed with troubles between the celebrity couple
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, who have had difficulties in the last months. They arrived separately at the Gala organized in the National Theater of the Hungarian capital.


The best male athlete award went to Balazs Baji, a Hungarian track and field athlete specializing in the 60 meters and the 110 meters hurdles. He obtained the gold in Taipei in the 2017 Universiade.


He came before Andras Szatmari (sword) and Sandor Liu Shaolin (short track ice skating).


The best team sports award was given to the female handball team of Gyori Audi ETO KC. They were followed by the Dozsa water polo team of Szolnok, and by the national male basketball team.






WASHINGTON, Nov. 2 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. Federal Reserve on Wednesday left interest rates unchanged amid uncertainty about market reactions to the outcome of the U.S. presidential election, but signaled that the central bank could raise rates again as soon as December.


"The Committee judges that the case for an increase in the federal funds rate has continued to strengthen but decided, for the time being, to wait for some further evidence of continued progress toward its objectives," the Fed's policy-making committee said in a statement released after its two-day meeting.


In December last year, the Fed raised its target range for the federal funds rate by 25 basis points to 0.25-0.5 percent, the first rate hike in nearly a decade.


However, a slowdown in global economy since the start of this year and other global financial risks have made Fed policymakers cautious and hold off on any further rate hikes.


Market participants had widely expected that the Fed would keep interest rates unchanged at its November policy meeting, just days before the U.S. election on Nov. 8.


A majority of analysts said that's because the Fed didn't want to influence the outcome of the election either way, rather than to help either candidate, according to the CNBC Fed Survey released on Tuesday. Other analysts said that's because markets were unprepared for an interest rate hike.


But the Fed on Wednesday signaled that the central bank could raise rates again as soon as December because officials saw a pick-up in the U.S. economy and inflation.


The Fed said the U.S. labor market "has continued to strengthen" and growth of economic activity "has picked up" from the modest pace seen in the first half of this year.


The U.S. economy grew at an annual rate of 2.9 percent in the third quarter of the year, beating market expectation of 2.6 percent and higher than 1.4 percent in the previous quarter, the Commerce Department said last week.


The Fed also dropped the language that expected inflation would "remain low in the near term" , saying that inflation "has increased somewhat since earlier this year" and market-based measures of inflation compensation "have moved up" .


It suggests Fed officials are becoming more confident that inflation is moving toward its target of 2 percent. The so-called core personal consumption expenditures price index, the Fed's favored inflation gauge, had increased 1.7 percent over the past 12 months in September, according to the Commerce Department.


Most Fed officials have indicated that they would back another rate hike before the end of the year if the U.S. economy remains on track.


"If the economy stays on its current trajectory...we' ll see an interest rate hike later this year," New York Federal Reserve Bank of President William Dudley said last month, adding that a quarter-point hike this year "is not really that big a deal" .


The Fed will hold its next policy meeting, also the final of the year, on Dec. 13-14. About 81 percent of 59 economists surveyed by the Wall Street Journal last month expected the Fed would wait until December to raise rates.


The pound's plunge since Britain voted to leave the European Union is good news for factory boss Tony Hague.


He has received enquiries from potential buyers outside the country tempted by the lower prices for his company's products
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, as sterling has sunk to a 31-year low against the dollar after the June 23 referendum, which sparked pandemonium in British politics and financial markets.


But customers of Hague's company, PP Automation and Control
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, are also seeking something he cannot give: assurances about the future of British trade with the remaining 27 nations of the EU bloc and with the wider world.


They are wondering what Brexit will mean for Britain's ability to sell abroad in the long term.


"We're already having some of our customers, in Germany for example, asking for some statements and some thoughts about what (the Brexit vote) might mean longer term
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," Hague, PP Automation and Control's managing director, said at the headquarters of his company in the industrial West Midlands town of Walsall.


"And of course
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