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Forecast downgraded in Q4 to reflect our view for faster forint depreciation, and TV set upgrade momentum dynamics are considered relatively weak even over the medium term.
This measure alone will put at least 43 billion forints into government coffers, as the state will assume 612 billion forints worth of debt, much of it denominated in foreign currency, from municipalities.
Hopes of IMF aid boosted the forint last week by 2 percent while bond yields fell around 40 basis points.
Most observers had expected the Central Bank to raise interest rates in late-July, after the institution had repeatedly voiced concern that the persisting softness of the forint in the exchange market, coupled with the corporate tax hikes and the VAT increase which the government had imposed in an effort to get the fiscal and current-account BoP deficits under control, would drive up inflation.
While the forint has recovered some of its losses against the euro as a result of the governments pledge to lower the fiscal deficit in 2011, the unit remains well below levels witnessed in early 2010.
Hungary's central bank has said that forint liquidity is growing among banks in the nation.
The company's so called clean Ebitda, or core earnings, rose 19 per cent in annual terms to 146 billion forints, partly due a strong performance of its downstream business.
The forint rebounded from morning falls of about 1.
Fidesz proposed a 180-forint exchange rate for the conversion of Swiss franc loans and 250 forints on euro loans.
Second is Poland, where the pound stretches 19% further than last year on its zloty, and third Hungary whose forint gives us 4.
The bank claims that the programme will provide EIB with the necessary flexibility and cost-savings in raising Forint for the benefit of Hungarian projects.
The Hungarian forint depreciated against the euro by 15% with an average Hungarian forint/euro exchange rate of 285.