Central bank’s MPC holds non-rate-setting meeting

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The National Bank of Hungary’s Monetary Policy Council held a non-rate-setting meeting, the bank announced in a press release this afternoon.

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Rate-setters had a discussion on economic and financial trends at today’s meeting, and following the meeting’s agenda, rates were not discussed, the MNB said.

The next rate-setting meeting of the council is scheduled for December 15, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

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