The forint weakened on Wednesday against major currencies in the interbank market, writes MTI.
The forint weakened 0.4 percent against the euro, 0.8 percent against the dollar, and 0.6 percent against the Swiss franc on Wednesday.
The euro rose from HUF 359.09 in the early morning to HUF 360.60 on Wednesday evening, the dollar rose from HUF 294.13 to HUF 296.46, and the Swiss franc rose from HUF 331.93 to HUF 333.98.
The forint was 1.1 per cent stronger against the euro than at the beginning of the year, strengthened 0.1 per cent against the dollar and 0.8 per cent against the Swiss franc.
Meanwhile, the dollar strengthened 0.4 percent against the euro, with the euro quoting at $ 1.2156.
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