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OTP, Richter are the top picks for Hungarian fund managers

Pessimism rises some. 

Unusually warm spring was merely a one-off for Hungary's PannErgy

OTP comments Q2 earnings report.

Hungary Magyar Telekom transfers shares to employee share ownership programme

Over 3.77 million shares.

OTP, Richter are the top picks for Hungarian fund managers

OTP, Richter are the top picks for Hungarian fund managers
Pessimism rises some.

Hungary Richter buys intellectual property rights

For drug launch in the United States.

Hungary Mol elects Zoltán Áldott Supervisory Board Chairman

He also becomes SB Chairman at Slovnaft.

Hungary Mol eyes further expansion in CEE

Czech Republic, Romania, Serbia among potential targets.

Romanian wholesaler of Hungary's Richter suspended

Hungary's leading pharma company reacts.

ANALYST VIEW - Morgan Stanley lowers target price for Hungary's OTP

Upside potential remains high, though.

Tech and IT chief of Hungary's Magyar Telekom to leave group

For parent company Deutsche Telekom.

Hungarian fund managers like OTP and Mol the most

OTP decline in May has a lot to do with popularity.

Hungary Magyar Telekom buys own shares again

For its incentive programme.

Csányi's Singapore-based fund buys OTP shares for over HUF 1.2 billion

That is more than EUR 3.8 million.

Flagship product of Hungary's Richter awaits Commission opinion

Recommendations for Esmya approved by CHMP.

Hungary Mol buys mineral water company

Fonte Viva was established in 2002.

ANALYST VIEW - Jefferies lowers target price for Hungary's Richter

To HUF 5,470 from HUF 5,695.
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Hungary's 'Mészáros & Co.' remains interested in local Telenor arm

Hungary's 'Mészáros & Co.' remains interested in local Telenor arm
Konzum Chairman-CEO says holding company eyes expansion in strategic sectors.

Stock markets cannot go up in a straight line forever

Stock markets cannot go up in a straight line forever
Interview with Ben Carlson.

Free roaming, Digi, fierce competition make Hungary's Magyar Telekom wary

Free roaming, Digi, fierce competition make Hungary's Magyar Telekom wary
Interview with CEO Christopher Mattheisen.