Hungary’s three-month rolling average jobless rate was 3.4% in January, up 0.1 percentage point from the previous month and 0.3 of a percentage point lower than twelve months earlier, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said.
The Japan Credit Rating Agency (JCR) upgraded Hungary’s foreign currency long-term issuer rating to ‘A-‘ from ‘BBB+’ with a ‘stable’ outlook.
In the fourth quarter of 2019 the outstanding amount of shares/units issued by investment funds other than money market funds was €12,939 billion, €398 billion higher than in the third quarter of 2019. • The outstanding amount of shares/units issued by exchange-traded funds (ETFs) was €852 billion, which was €73 billion higher than in the […]
ECB profit increased by €0.8 billion to €2.4 billion in 2019 (2018: €1.6 billion) and is distributed in full to national central banks ● Net interest income on securities held for monetary policy purposes: €1.4 billion (2018: €1.2 billion) ● ECB’s Balance Sheet grew to €457 billion (2018: €447 billion) The European Central Bank’s (ECB’s) […]
Daily average borrowing turnover in the unsecured segment slightly increased from €119 billion in the seventh maintenance period of 2019 to €121 billion in the eighth maintenance period Weighted average overnight rate on borrowing transactions in the unsecured segment remained at -0.50% for the wholesale sector, and decreased from -0.52% to -0.54% for the interbank sector Daily average […]
Hungary’s GDP rose by an annual 4.5% in the fourth quarter of 2019, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said in a first reading of data.
Central subsidies for civil organisations will increase from 7.7 billion forints in 2020 to 9.2 billion forints (EUR 27.2m) next year, a deputy state secretary of the Prime Minister’s Office told a press conference.
Hungary’s twelve-month consumer price index rose to 4.7% in January, climbing over the upper threshold of the tolerance band around the National Bank of Hungary’s mid-term inflation target, data released by the Central Statistical Office (KSH) show.
Foreign Minister Péter Szijjártó signed a comprehensive strategic development agreement with his Rwandan counterpart Vincent Biruta.
Output of Hungary’s construction sector rose by an annual 2.7% in December, data released by the Central Statistical Office (KSH) show.