MNB int'l reserves rise EUR 730 mln in February


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International reserves of the National Bank of Hungary (MNB) stood at EUR 36.246 billion at the end of February, up EUR 730 million from a month earlier, news agency MTI reports, citing data released by the central bank on Monday.

The stock of cash, deposits, and securities in the reserves rose by EUR 313 mln to EUR 28.254 bln during the period. 

Hungary issued the equivalent of EUR 575 mln of samurai bonds in February.

The value of gold reserves rose EUR 297 mln to EUR 5.163 bln.

The reserves fell EUR 2.132 bln from the end of 2021.


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