Hungary Regains Investment Grade at S&P on Budget DisciplineBy
Upgrade reflects “stronger economic performance,” S&P says
Forint jumps to highest against euro in more than six months
Hungary regained its investment grade at S&P Global Ratings after almost five years as economic growth rebounded and the government’s budget discipline bolstered public finances. The forint jumped to the highest against the euro in more than six months.
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