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MNBʼs international reserves up €201 mln in May

Telco

 The National Bank of Hungaryʼs international reserves stood at €37.147 bln at the end of May, up €201 mln from a month earlier, preliminary data published by the central bank on Friday show.

The combined amount of foreign exchange assets grew to €34.304 bln from €33.854 bln.

Reserve positions in the IMF, SDRs and gold deposits were little changed, coming to €217 mln in total.

The volume of "other reserve instruments" decreased to €2.626 bln from €2.877 bln.

International reserves at the start of the year stood at €34.578 bln, before soaring €3.653 bln in January.

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