Monetary Council holds non-rate-setting meeting
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The Hungarian central bank’s Monetary Council today held a non-rate-setting meeting in order to discuss economic and financial trends, Hungarian news agency MTI reported, citing a press release by the bank.
Rates were not discussed, in line with the agenda, the National bank of Hungary said in the release. The Council's next rate-setting meeting is scheduled for March 24, according to the news agency.
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