Retail government securities stock grows HUF 190 bln in January

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Stock of retail government securities denominated in forints rose by HUF 189.6 billion to HUF 3.707 trillion in January, the Government Debt Management Agency (ÁKK) said today, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

Including sales of euro-denominated retail government bonds (PEMAK), the total stock reached HUF 4.276 tln, ÁKK said.

Sales of interest-bearing treasury bills amounted to HUF 98.2 bln in January.

Sales of six-month treasury-bills came to HUF 45.8 bln.

The stock of PEMAK bonds grew by HUF 38 bln.

Stock of Bonus bonds grew by HUF 1.1 bln to HUF 455.2 bln.

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