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        Matolcsy calls the Euro a mistake

        Thursday, November 7th, 2019

        A leading business analyst finds it obvious that since the President of the National Bank urged the EU to lift the obligation of member countries to join the Eurozone, Hungary has no intention of joining the common currency. READ MORE

        Pros and cons of the Euro

        Wednesday, September 4th, 2019

        As the Forint weakens to an all-time low against key currencies, a liberal analyst thinks that the government has multiple reasons not to introduce the Euro. READ MORE

        Forint hits all time low against the Euro

        Saturday, August 31st, 2019

        A left-wing commentator excoriates the National Bank for not intervening in defence of the national currency as its exchange rate scrapes just short of 332 to the Euro. READ MORE

        Forint stabilising after month-long drop

        Friday, July 6th, 2018

        A pro-government financial expert cautions the National Bank against yielding to market pressure and raising interest rates. READ MORE

        New Euro-criteria by the National Bank

        Thursday, September 14th, 2017

        As the National Bank deems that Hungary should approach the European average before joining the Euro-zone, a business analyst believes the new criteria outlines by the issuing bank are two severe. READ MORE

        Does Hungary need the Euro?

        Monday, July 10th, 2017

        A conservative economist ponders the potential benefits and disadvantages of introducing the Euro in Hungary, and calls for a calm pragmatic approach. READ MORE

        15th anniversary of the Euro

        Tuesday, January 10th, 2017

        A former World Bank adviser contends that the monetary union has no real benefits for many of its members. While it benefits Germany, the common currency hampers the growth potential of less developed states. READ MORE

        The Greek crisis and Hungary

        Wednesday, December 31st, 2014

        Népszabadság warns that the possibility of electoral victories by new, anti-establishment movements in southern Europe makes the future of the Euro-zone increasingly uncertain. Hungary’s adoption of the common currency may thus be postponed to the distant future. READ MORE