OTP, Richter treasury share stocks up marginally in May

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The treasury share stock of blue chips OTP Bank and drugmaker Richter were up slightly in May as compared to a month earlier, while those of oil and gas company MOL and Magyar Telekom remained unchanged, disclosures published by the issuers reveal, according to Hungarian news agency MTI. 

OTP had 3,856,549 treasury shares at the end of May, up from 3,807,235 a month earlier. The shares accounted for 1.37% of registered capital. Richterʼs treasury share stock rose to 1,377,481 or 0.7% of registered capital from 1,375,990. MOL had 1,542,147 treasury shares, or 1.48% of registered capital, and Magyar Telekom had 390,862 treasury shares, 0.04% of registered capital, at the end of May, both the same as at the end of April.

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