Banking sector liquidity increased in March
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Forint liquidity of the Hungarian banking sector increased in March, reflected in a rise in the average stocks of lenders' overnight (O/N) and one-week deposits with the National Bank of Hungary (MNB), according to data released by the central bank.
Average stock of banks' O/N deposits, including preferential deposits, with the MNB rose HUF 134 billion to HUF 1.979 trillion in March from the previous month. Excluding preferential deposits, that stock came to just HUF 28 bln.
The average stock of banks' one-week deposits climbed HUF 163 bln to HUF 4.601 tln during the period.
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