The Hungarian currency continues to weaken.

There is still no positive change, as the forint started on Monday on a downward journey compared to the euro.

At night, 393.4 forints had to be paid for one euro, the weakening continued from eight on Monday morning, and at the time of writing this article, the euro/forint exchange rate was already 394.4.

On Friday, 392 Hungarian forints had to be paid for one unit of the European Union currency. The forint's current rise began at the end of February, and on the morning of the 28th, the exchange rate jumped from 390 to 393. The day before, one euro was worth 389 Hungarian forints.