BSE restores limited trading rights to Quaestor

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The Budapest Stock Exchange today restored limited trading rights in the derivatives section for Quaestor Securities, Hungarian news agency MTI reported. The brokerage may only close positions, the bourse said.

On Tuesday, the BSE suspended Quaestor's trading rights after the National Bank of Hungary partially suspended the brokerage's licence. Later on Tuesday, the central bank, also the financial market watchdog, put an oversight commissioner in charge of Quaestor to close open positions in the interest of clients.

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