BAMOSZ Investment Fund NAV Reaches HUF 7.976 tln

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The net asset value of investment funds managed by members of the Association of Hungarian Investment Fund and Asset Management Companies (BAMOSZ) reached HUF 7.976 trillion at the end of July, up 9% from 12 months earlier, association data show, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

NAV of property funds rose 5% to HUF 1.762 tln.

Assets in bond funds increased 13% to HUF 1.684 tln and assets in mixed funds climbed 12% to HUF 1.718 tln.

Assets in funds of funds grew 18% to HUF 2.205 tln.

NAV of equities funds edged down 1% to HUF 762 bln.

Net subscription of units in BAMOSZ funds reached HUF 72 bln for the month.

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