|Do banks have anything to be concerned about? |
Konzum Chairman-CEO says holding company eyes expansion in strategic sectors.
Interview with Ben Carlson.
Interview with CEO Christopher Mattheisen.
In radio interview.
It is possible.
Interview with Dr Marco Wagner
The volume of Hungarian government securities held by local residents has doubled over the past 18 months and the ratio of this volume already exceeds...
Mark Mobius, executive chairman of Templeton Emerging Markets which has substantial holdings of Hungarian sovereign debt, said he is positive on the outlook...
Hungary’s government should avoid asking lenders for a haircut on municipal loans as already unprofitable banks hit by an extraordinary bank tax...
Our first National Homeowners Community takes off
Would you have thought that many well know luxury brands have opened stores in Tirana before entering Budapest? This is especially interesting considering...
Hungarian real estate group TriGranit is currently expanding in Poland which will be the group’s key target for the next two to three years. Although...
Managing Director of Continental Automotive Hungary on the upcoming wage hike, contribution cut and their consequences.
Under a new bill to be submitted to Parliament today by Antal Rogán, head of the parliamentary group of Hungary’s Fidesz party, every victim but...
Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán said on Wednesday his main goal in foreign policy was maintaining good relations with German and Russia and...
It was the government’s decision to buy the 21.2% stake of Russia’s Surgutneftegaz in Hungary’s MOL,but it is yet to be seen whether...
Portfolio.hu sees Hungarian fuels group MOL increasing likely to hike its fuel prices this week, especially in case of diesel oil. In US dollar terms...
(Adds details, charts) Hungarian oil and gas group MOL has reported larger-than-expected profits for the second quarter, in which period financial gains...
Do banks have anything to be concerned about?
Venture into the realm of fintech with Dorsum.
Interview with Johann Strobl.