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Forint

The currency of Hungary. It was issued in 1946, not long before Hungary became a communist country. It was an inconvertible currency until the fall of the Iron Curtain, when Hungary transitioned to capitalism. It dealt with high inflation in the 1990s but stabilized afterwards.
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The decrease was mainly due to a continuing decrease in the number of subscribers inside our historical concession areas, as well as an increased level of decline in the number of carrier select customers and traffic outside our historical concession areas, in addition to the devaluation of the Hungarian forint against the euro and in functional currency terms, ResidentialVoice segment gross margin decreased by 16%.
The decrease was mainly due to the decrease in the number of Mass Market Voice customers and tariffs offset in part by the appreciation of the Hungarian forint against the euro.
The increase was mainly due to the increase in our broadband DSL customer base and the appreciation of the Hungarian forint against the euro offset in part by lower prices due to competition.
The decrease was mainly due to the decrease in the number of Mass Market Voice customers offset in part by the appreciation of the Hungarian forint against the euro.
The Hungarian forint depreciated against the euro by 12% with an average EUR/HUF exchange rate of 280.
After the rate cut, the Hungarian forint increased in value against the euro and the US dollar.
The Hungarian forint ("HUF") depreciated against the euro ("EUR") by 15% with an average EUR/HUF exchange rate of 271.
Dollar, Australian Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Hong Kong Dollar, Singapore Dollar, Taiwan New Dollar, New Zealand Dollar, Euro, Swiss Franc, Czech Koruna, Swedish Krona, Danish Krone, Norwegian Krone, Hungarian Forint, Mexican Peso, Philippine Peso, Malaysian Ringgit, Chinese RMB, Israeli New Shekel, Pounds Sterling, Brazilian Real, Polish Zloty, Thai Baht and Japanese Yen.
The Hungarian forint depreciated against the euro by 15% with an average Hungarian forint/euro exchange rate of 285.
The Senior Facilities is comprised of (i) several euro and Hungarian forint denominated term facilities aggregating EUR 150 million consisting of amortizing term loans with a maturity date of December 31, 2011, (ii) a euro and Hungarian forint denominated EUR 10.
CME Group will move trading of Brazilian Real, Czech Koruna, Hungarian Forint, Korean Won, Polish Zloty, Russian Rubble and South African Rand futures as well as Cross-Rates Futures contracts to an electronic platform.
The Hungarian forint appreciated by 17% when calculating the average Hungarian forint/U.

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