Hungary intl reserves rise to €35.9 bln in July

MNB

Hungary's international reserves stood at €35.899 billion at the end of July, rising from €35.575 billion a month earlier, fresh data published by the National Bank of Hungary on Tuesday show. 

The international reserves were down €1.875 billion from the end of 2011 and €207 million under their level at the end of July 2011. There was one big foreign bond expiry during the month: a ¥45 billion bond due in July 12. Another €1 billion foreign bond will be due on November 2.

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