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Treasury share stock of OTP drops, other blue chips little changed in July

In Hungary

Of the four blue chips of the Budapest Stock Exchange OTP's treasury share stock fell and that of the other three did not or only marginally changed last month, data published by the companies show.

MOL's treasury share stock held 5,793,316 "A" series shares, or 5.54% of the total on July 31, unchanged from the end of June.

Treasury share stock of OTP Bank was 4,150,883 or 1.48% of registered capital at the end of July, slightly down from 4,182,531 or 1.49% at the end of June.

Drug maker Richter Gedeon's treasury share stock rose slightly in July to 31,881 "C" series ordinary shares or 0.17% of registered capital from 31,750 at the end of June.

Magyar Telekom's treasury share stock remained unchanged at 390,862 shares or 0.0375% of registered capital at the end of last month

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