Treasury releases H1 figures.
The focus will be on SMEs for the rest of the year.
EIT Health awards InSimu, Sineko EUR 25,000.
City contributes less than 5% of costs.
Sales up at almost HUF 1.7 trillion.
Crowding-out impact of new retail gov't security leaves cash use unfazed.
Debt-to-GDP ratio breaks through key level.
Eurozone membership in CEE countries would be positive for their creditworthiness, though.
Hungary posts highest Q2 GDP growth data in Europe.
Construction output in the EU28 rises 1% y/y in June.
It's going to be a short but not eventless week.
'Superbond' may be to blame.
Machinery purchases in H1 were 29% higher than a year ago.
Rare opportunity presents itself.