Retail government securities stock grows HUF 51 bln in April
The stock of government securities targeted at retail investors rose by HUF 51 bln to HUF 2,653 bln in April, the Government Debt Management Agency (ÁKK) said yesterday, according to state news agency MTI.
Premium Hungarian Government Bonds were the most sought-after securities in April with sales reaching HUF 32 bln and total stock rising to HUF 635 bln. Sales of interest-bearing T-bills accounted for HUF 14.4 bln of the increase.
The bills made up HUF 1.204 trillion of total stock at the end of April. Householdsʼ share of forint-denominated Hungarian government securities reached 17% in April.
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