Forint firms to EUR, CHF, softens to USD

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The forint was trading at 315.94 to the euro shorty after 5:30pm on Thursdayʼs interbank forex market, firming from 317.51 late on Wednesday.

During the day the euro forint exchange rate moved in a tight band between 315.57 forints and 316,28 forints.

The forint traded at 292.22 to the dollar, down from 290.05 late Wednesday. The Federal Reserve in the United States raised its base rate late on Wednesday, strengthening the dollar.

The forint was quoted at 292.81 to the Swiss franc compared to 294.41 earlier. The forint strengthened around midday, but in the afternoon it weakened against the franc.

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