Hungary Holds Rates and Considers More Unconventional EasingBy
Central bank eyes stable 1.35% benchmark over monetary horizon
Central bank ``closely'' monitoring ECB monetary policy steps
Hungary’s central bank left its benchmark rate unchanged for a sixth month, as policy makers said they’re ready to consider more unconventional monetary easing if needed to combat lower-than-forecast inflation and slowing economic growth.
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