Hungary Signals End of Easing Cycle After Third Rate CutBy
Policy makers cut main rate by 15 basis points for third month
Data point to maintaining benchmark at 0.9%, central bank says
Hungary’s central bank signaled that it may leave borrowing costs unchanged after its third rate cut in as many months followed a rebound in inflation and a drop in the forint to a four-month low.
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