BUX drops as Greek debt worries weigh

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The Budapest Stock Exchange' main BUX index started the session on Thursday down % at as concerns over Greece's debt woes grew.

The Greek drama continues with news of a referendum on a bailout by other European Union member states and the accompanying austerity measures, said ERSTE Befektetési analyst Gergely Gabler.

OTP started trade down 2.41% at HUF 3,240 and Oil and gas company MOL fell 0.72% to HUF 15,940.

Drugmaker Richter dipped 0.60% to HUF 35,480 and Magyar Telekom was down 0.99% at HUF 502.

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