The Hungarian momentarily lost its footing against the euro
once the month kicked off. But as of today, it manages to ease thanks to stimulus hopes and the performance of the stock market. The global sentiment improved which helped the Hungarian forint and major stock indices. And all of these are because investors are looking forward to further stimulus measures in the United States and the positive results produced by the eurozone. Moreover, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban confidently said that the country’s economy will benefit from an upcoming investment boom by next year. This will be the evident result of the government’s programs to help domestic firms. Through government aid, hundreds of companies have undertaken to invest in machinery and factories that should start production or manufacturing within a year. However, Orban warned the citizens
to stay cautious to prevent a second wave of coronavirus infections.