BUX edges up in early morning trade

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The Budapest Stock Exchange's main BUX index started the session on Wednesday up 0.2% at 18,363, in spite of disappointment on global markets after French and German leaders rejected calls for the issuance of eurobonds.

OTP Bank started trade unchanged at HUF 4,300, oil and gas group MOL was up 0.5% at HUF 16,940 and drugmaker Richter climbed 0.5% to HUF 34,175, but Magyar Telekom fell 0.2% to HUF 503.

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