BSE turnover drops to HUF 175 bln in April

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Double-counted share turnover on the Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE) was HUF 175 billion in April down 4.4% from HUF 183 billion in March, the BSE said, citing data compiled from brokers. Concorde Securities retained first place, generating 18.2% of share turnover. Erste Investment finished second with 12.1% of turnover, followed by Equilor Investment with 11.9%. Turnover on the derivatives market grew 8.2% to HUF 237 billion.

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