The stock exchange index on the Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE) rose steadily this week, BUX closed on Friday, 39 328.39 points, almost 2% higher than last week's closing price.

The stock market's weekly turnover was 88.8 billion forints, after the previous week, more than 131.6 billion forints. In addition to Richter, all leading shares, to a large extent, strengthened Magyar Telekom by 5.46 percent. On Tuesday, OTP took BUX. In mid-week, next to OTP and Mol, Magyar Telekom could also come to the GVH decision announced on Wednesday to re-examine Digi and Invitel mergers due to false information. Richter's exchange rate was most affected by the weak flash report last week. Thursday, the exchange was tired and the small correction was due to the decline in OTP. On Friday, the exchange rate for the Hungarian bank currency rose again and increased by almost 1%. According to Equilor, an additional negative correction is expected in OTP, but in the short term, the exchange rate can once again be used to test the historic sum of $ 11,780.

The forint weakened slightly during the first half of the week, but ended at 323.50 and declined to 321.90. Compared to the dollar, the probability was likely to be compensated this week due to the deterioration of the dollar on Friday to almost 282.50.

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