Investment Fund NAV Climbs 21% in 2022

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Net asset value (NAV) of Hungarian investment funds reached HUF 11.431 trillion at the end of last year, up 21% from end-2021, prudential data released by the National Bank of Hungary (MNB) on Monday show.

NAV of short-term bond funds jumped 88% to HUF 2.28 trillion and NAV of property funds increased 15% to HUF 2.64 tln.

NAV of mixed, balanced mixed funds rose 40% to HUF 1.103 tln, while NAV of equities funds fell 14% to HUF 866 bln.

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