Net asset value of BAMOSZ investment funds at HUF 7.246 tln

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Net asset value of investment funds managed by members of the Association of Hungarian Investment Fund and Asset Management Companies (BAMOSZ) stood at HUF 7.246 tln at the end of June, up 16.6% from 12 months earlier, news agency MTI reports.

The net asset value of property funds increased 10.7% to HUF 1.666 tln.

Assets in bond funds rose 10.6% to HUF 1.485 tln and assets in mixed funds climbed 32.6% to HUF 1.589 tln.

The net asset value of shares funds jumped 65.4% to HUF 741 bln.

Assets in funds of funds grew 31% to HUF 1.81 tln.

Net subscription of investment fund units came to HUF 41 bln in June.  

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