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Blue chip treasury shares little changed in November

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The treasury share stocks of the Budapest Stock Exchange's four blue chip issuers changed only slightly in November, with the stock up slightly for OTP and Richter, and unchanged for MOL and Magyar Telekom.

OTP had 3,624,158 treasury shares at the end of November, up slightly from 3,601,347 at the end of October. The treasury shares accounted for 1.29% of OTP's registered capital at the end of November, unchanged from a month earlier.

Drugmaker Richter had 506,493 treasury shares at the end of November, up from 376,420 at the end of October. The treasury shares accounted for 0.27% of Richter's registered capital at the end of November compared to 0.20% at the end of October.

Oil and gas company MOL had 2,842,147 treasury shares at the end of November, unchanged from a month earlier. The treasury shares accounted for 2.72% of MOL's registered capital at the end of the month.

Magyar Telekom had 390,862 treasury shares at the end of November. The treasury stock had been unchanged since the end of May. The treasury shares accounted for 0.04% of Magyar Telekom's registered capital.

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