Forint Drops First Time in Week as Recession Spurs Rate Cut BetsAndras Gergely
The forint weakened for the first time in more than a week and yields fell to a three-year low at a Treasury-bill sale as Hungary’s recession deepened and inflation slowed, fueling speculation for interest-rate cuts.
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