Hungary Bonds Rise After 7-Day Rout, 2015 Yield Drops to 8.11%

Hungarian government bonds advanced for the first time in eight days, pushing yields down from the highest levels in more than a year.

The yield on the forint-denominated note due February 2015 fell 13 basis points to 8.11 percent at 9:48 a.m. in Budapest.

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