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Analysts: wage outflows have accelerated further

Wage growth accelerated in March, and businesses are also trying to retain the workforce with non-regular payments and bonuses. Analysts told MTI that consumption, fueled by rising real wages, will...

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(HU) Elemzők: több tényező segítette a gazdasági növekedést az első negyedévben

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Analysts: consumption may have significantly dragged GDP growth in the first quarter

In addition to wage increases at the beginning of the year, one-off benefits paid in February, low base data and gasoline tourism also contributed to inflation expectations in March, according...

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Analysts: Hungary’s labor market could be close to full employment

Hungary’s labor market could be close to full employment and the already significant labor shortage will cause even more serious headaches for companies as production chains recover and supply constraints...

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Analysts: a significant increase in real earnings even without arms money

Excluding the effect of the payment of arms money corresponding to the six-month salary of law enforcement officers, real wages also increased significantly, despite high inflation, analysts reporting to MTI...

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Analysts: Inflation accelerated less than expected in March

The significant rise in core inflation points to the widespread inflationary pressures, but inflation accelerated less than expected in March due to last year’s rise in fuel prices in addition...

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Analysts: the acceleration of inflation in February spread a wide range of products

A wide range of products and services were characterized by the acceleration in price growth in February, according to analysts commenting on the latest data, stressing that the effects of...

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Russia-Ukraine war in March greatly deteriorated investor sentiment in the euro area

Investor sentiment in the eurozone fell much weaker than analysts expected in March, according to a survey by the Sentix Economic Research Institute in Frankfurt, mainly due to the Russian...

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Retail sales are expected to expand more strongly from February

Household consumption is set in the crossfire of rising incomes and high inflation in the first half of this year, according to the latest data data. According to a report...

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Analysts: after last year’s surprisingly strong GDP growth outlooks are increasingly uncertain

After the surprisingly good full-year and fourth-quarter performance of the Hungarian economy last year, analysts told MTI that the outlook for this year was increasingly uncertain due to the Russian-Ukrainian...

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Analysts: growth this year may be higher than last year’s

Most analysts have been positively surprised by the pick-up in retail at the end of last year, which is expected to grow even more this year due to the extraordinary...

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Analysts: food and durable goods have raised inflation in December

Analysts told MTI that inflation had not slowed last December in spite of expectations. A lot is expected from the January indicator, because the revaluations at the beginning of the...

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Analysts: inflation may have peaked in November

Inflation may have peaked in November, MTI analysts said, but expect only a slow decline and continued monetary tightening. According to a report released by the Central Statistical Office (KSH)...

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Analysts: retail started well in the fourth quarter

The higher-than-expected growth in retail sales in October marks an encouraging start to GDP growth in the fourth quarter, with the services sector remaining the only area to make a...

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Analysts: further slowdown in economic growth may come

Due to component shortages, the energy crisis and the fourth to fifth waves of the pandemic, analysts told MTI that a fear further slowdown in economic growth may occur. In...

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Earnings growth will increase further next year

Wage outflows remain high. Analysts expect increases with next year’s increases and benefits. They also warn that all of this has been offset by rising inflation risks. According to a...

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Government subsidies and soft loans also supported investment

The volume of investment in the third quarter exceeded the pre-crisis level, in which the government’s and the central bank’s support and concessional loan programs, but also the inflow of...

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Analysts: economic growth has slowed more than expected

The growth of the Hungarian economy in the third quarter came as a negative surprise, analysts told MTI, who see growth slowing more than expected in the third quarter. Economic...

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Analysts: the labor market has recovered from the crisis

The labor market is once again showing its pre-crisis state. Businesses’ intention to expand is increasingly tight, leading to wage competition and projecting stronger inflation, analysts told MTI commented on...

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Analysts had expected inflation to soar in September and continue to rise

Inflation could have been expected to pick up in September, and analysts interviewed by MTI are wondering whether the central bank’s monetary policy will react to the tightening by the...

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Analysts: pension premium payment could give another boost to retail sales

Retail sales growth accelerated somewhat in August, but the pace is still below pre-pandemic levels. Demand may strengthen further in the coming months, and the payment of the pension premium...

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London analysts: Hungarian economy’s growth rate could reach 7 percent the this year

According to a recent forecast by London macroeconomic analysts, this year’s full-year growth rate of the Hungarian economy could reach 7 percent. London analysts say Hungarian economy could grow up...

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Analysts: the performance of the Hungarian economy is balanced and exceededs pre-pandemic levels

The performance of the Hungarian economy in the second quarter exceeded not only the level of the second quarter of 2019, but also of the last quarter before the pandemic,...

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Analysts wage competition in a tight labor market also carries inflationary risks

In addition to the lifting of restrictions in the third wave and the recovery of the service sector, seasonal factors also helped achieve a historic employment level in July. However,...

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Analysts: inflationary pressures are still present in the economy

Growth in domestic consumer prices slowed in July, but inflationary pressures remain in the economy, according to analysts interviewed by MTI. The Central Statistical Office (KSH) announced on Tuesday that...

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Analysts expect U.S. economic growth to slow

U.S. economic growth is likely to peak in the spring, and while the pace will remain strong for the rest of the year and next year, it will gradually slow,...

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Analysts expect further growth in retail sales

Analysts interviewed by MTI expect further growth in retail sales in the coming months, commenting on the latest data. The Central Statistical Office (KSH) announced on Tuesday that in May,...

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Analysts: a labor-scarce wage-competitive economy to come again

As early as the middle of the year, the labor shortage economic environment may return, in which companies will be forced to raise wages again – a conclusion reached by...

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Analysts: the contribution of retail growth may be significant

According to macroeconomic analysts interviewed by MTI on the latest KSH data, the contribution of retail trade to economic growth may be significant. The statistical office said on Friday that...

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Gross earnings of full-time employees grew 8.7 percent year-on-year

According to a report published by the Central Statistical Office (KSH) on Friday, the average gross earnings of full-time employees in March were 8.7 percent higher than a year before....

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