Hungary to Take `Big Step' in Monetary Easing in 2016, Nagy Says

  • Central bank's measures to be focused on interest-rate swaps
  • Policy makers want to boost debt purchases by commercial banks

Hungary’s central bank will continue its unconventional monetary easing early next year as it seeks to reduce yields and boost purchases of government bonds by commercial lenders, National Bank of Hungary Vice President Marton Nagy said.

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