MNB: Forint liquidity of banking sector falls in September

Telco

Forint liquidity of Hungaryʼs banking sector fell in September from a month earlier, reflected mainly in the lower average stocks of two-week central bank deposits, the National Bank of Hungary (MNB) said in a report today.

The average stock of two-week deposits decreased by HUF 241.8 bln to HUF 4,290.0 bln, the report, based on preliminary data, shows.

The average stock of external assets fell by HUF 350.0 bln to HUF 10,613.8 bln. The stock of external assets stood at HUF 10,416.4 bln at the end of September, down from HUF 10,893.0 bln at the start of the month.


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