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        Christmas consumer spending skyrockets

        Tuesday, December 24th, 2019

        A pro-government economist interprets record end of year spending as a proof of Hungary’s prosperity. A left-wing commentator criticizes untrammelled consumerism. READ MORE

        Skirmish between Varga and Matolcsy

        Saturday, September 21st, 2019

        As the Minister of Finance and the President of the National Bank disagree on monetary policy, left-wing and pro-government analysts offer diametrically opposing views on the state of the Hungarian economy. READ MORE

        Public debt ratio lowest since 2008

        Friday, August 23rd, 2019

        A pro-government commentator welcomes the sinking debt ratio as strengthening Hungary’s position in international relations. READ MORE

        National Bank’s loose monetary policy to continue

        Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019

        The leading independent business news site agrees with the decision of the National Bank to keep its base rate low. It predicts that as growth slows down in Europe, the Hungarian National Bank can keep its loose monetary policy alive for a long time without having to fear a sudden weakening of the national currency. READ MORE

        Hungarian economy shows no sign of slowdown

        Saturday, June 29th, 2019

        A well-known economic analyst praises the Hungarian National Bank’s loose monetary policy as well as the government’s fiscally conservative line. He believes that the macro environment is helping Hungarian growth and making the economy resilient to crises. READ MORE

        Calling for government intervention in the housing market

        Monday, March 11th, 2019

        In the leading online liberal media outlet, an economist calls for the government’s intervention in the real estate market to make housing more affordable. He proposes that the government restricts short-term rentals and bans foreign investors from investing in real estate. READ MORE

        Record GDP growth in 2018

        Saturday, February 16th, 2019

        Commenting on the official announcement which puts the growth of Hungary’s Gross Domestic Product at 4.8 per cent last year, commentators predict a moderate slowdown, while recognising that the growth figures eventually surpassed even the optimistic forecasts. READ MORE

        Dispute over National Bank recruitment 

        Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

        A conservative columnist criticizes the National Bank for hiring former counterespionage officers. A pro-government economist, on the other hand, alleges that its critics want to take revenge on the National Bank for cutting into the profit of financial speculators.  READ MORE

        New data protection bill for public enterprises

        Friday, May 6th, 2016

        Magyar Nemzet warns that a new bill restricting public scrutiny of state-owned companies could backfire, while Magyar Hírlap rejects such criticism as politically motivated. READ MORE

        National Bank President still under fire

        Friday, April 29th, 2016

        As the debate over the management of the funds of the National Bank (MNB) rolls on, passionate articles abound both in condemnation and in defence of its President.

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