Banking sector liquidity falls in October

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The forint liquidity of Hungaryʼs banking sector fell in October from a month earlier, the National Bank of Hungary said in a report today based on preliminary data, Hungarian news agency MTI reported this morning. The average stock of external assets fell slightly but the end-of-month stock increased.

The average stock of external assets fell by HUF 41 billion to HUF 8.075 trillion. The stock of external assets stood at HUF 8.353 tln at the end of October, up from HUF 7.931 tln at the start of the month. Transactions increased the stock of external assets by HUF 411.1 bln and revaluations and other factors by a further HUF 10.7 bln.

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