Nomura foresees self-assured economy for Hungary in the short term
Nomura sees the Hungarian economy taking a positive turn in the short term which could extend into the middle of the year – based on rating expectations, growth and deleveraging as well as banking sector turnaround in government policy, the Japanese financial company said today in a press release.
Nomura added that it left its long term prediction unchanged for the Hungarian market. Yet, they expect bullish performance for the Hungarian economy “even if the structural view is unchanged”.
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