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.
Only 25% is covered by forests, well below the 41% EU average.
Rare opportunity presents itself.
State never raised cheaper funds.
ING says there's only a theoretical chance of a change, though.
Optimism all over the place.
In respect of Q2 GDP growth.
Economic and family measures contributed heavily, Finance Minister says.
Quantitative easing has distorted the market.
Q2 GDP growth beats expectations despite deceleration.
The Hungarian government may have used it to repurchase retail securities form banks.
No plummet should be expected, though.
The first sign that Hungary's economy is not that resistant.
Germany fell off Chinese maps in 2019.
Growth data to be affected by German woes, says J.P. Morgan.