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Analysts: inflation is worse than expected

According to analysts interviewed by MTI Inflation turned out worse than expected in June. The expect the central bank to continue raising interest rates. According to a report by the...

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Analysts: surprise with first-quarter detailed GDP data

Analysts interviewed by MTI are looking for an explanation for the surprisingly positive developments from the details of the upwardly revised first-quarter GDP data. In its second estimate released on...

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Analysts: GDP growth by the end of 2020 may indicate a faster-than-expected recovery

Gross domestic product (GDP) growth in the fourth quarter of last year became higher than the analysts’ expectations. It suggests a much higher-than-expected recovery capacity in the economy, meaning a...

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Analysts: after the lifting of restrictions tourism may quickly pick up

After the lifting of epidemiological restrictions, domestic tourism could pick up quickly, according to macroeconomic analysts told MTI, who highlighted the latest data from the Central Statistical Office (KSH). They...

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Analysts are more likely to consider the risks in the fourth quarter after better-than-expected GDP data

After a better-than-expected third-quarter GDP figure, analysts are more likely to ponder the risks of the fourth quarter in their comments sent to MTI. According to the first estimate issued...

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Analysts: the weakening of forint has appeared in the August inflation data

The rise in inflation and core inflation in August will see an increase in excise duties on tobacco and fuels, high food prices and a weaker forint – analysts who...

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What can the Hungarian economy expect this year

Less than four percent, or more than seven percent, what is it? – the portfolio.hu asks the question. The expected extent of this year’s economic downturn in Hungary. The question...

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Analysts expect further moderate improvement in retail

Macroeconomic analysts told MTI to expect a gradual recovery in retail sales, according to which the pre-pandemic level is expected to be reached by the end of the year and...

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Analysts: wage outflows slowed at the beginning of the year

At the beginning of the year, the pace of wage outflows slowed down, bonuses fell and real wage growth was curbed by high inflation. The impact of the coronavirus pandemic...

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Analysts: retail could jump in March

The record increase in retail sales in February was driven by the coronavirus epidemic, and this indicator is one of the few to be positively affected. Consumption will certainly continue...

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