Hungary’s central bank (MNB) left its base rate on hold today and we expect that the central bank will continue to use its new “market stabilisation tools” to keep short-term interest rates high and defend the forint. With price pressures still incredibly strong and the current account wide, though, the risks are still skewed towards the MNB having to hike rates further.
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