While Hungary’s central bank now says that the inflation target will be met only in 2019 and is continuing with its dovish monetary policy, international analysts are warning about a possible “inflation shock”, claiming that maintaining the current extremely loose monetary conditions might ultimately result in a more aggressive tightening later on.
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