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The net asset value (NAV) of Hungarian investment funds increased by HUF 235 billion to HUF 11.423 billion in August, driven by net subscription, according to monthly data released yesterday by the National Bank of Hungary (MNB) on its website.

Net subscription amounted to HUF 210 billion.

Price changes added HUF 12 billion and exchange rate changes HUF 14 billion to the net asset value.

Equity funds had the highest net asset value (HUF 3.424 tln), followed by real estate funds (HUF 2.883 tln), mixed funds (HUF 2.072 tln) and fixed income funds (HUF 1.859 tln) at the end of the month.


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