The Hungarian National Bank said it is prepared to use all the policy tools available to defend the forint, which came under pressure on foreign exchange markets last week.
In a statement released after two extraordinary meetings were held over the weekend, the central bank's monetary council said that the depreciation of the forint had gathered pace in recent weeks, a development the council "believes to have been caused mainly by a departure of expectations from economic fundamentals."
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