Forint Jumps Most in Emerging Markets as Hungary Ends Rate CutsMarton Eder and Gabriella Lovas
Hungary’s forint strengthened the most among emerging-market peers as the end to the eastern European nation’s cycle of cutting interest rates boosted the appeal of the currency. Government bonds fell for a second day.
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