Moody’s Investors Service in a recent report warned of the danger posed to Hungarian covered bonds of a Sept. 19 law that allows mortgages denominated in foreign currency to be repaid in Hungarian forints. The exchange rate for the switchover represents a discount from the prevailing one.

Since a chunk of cover bonds are denominated in euros, they could get hit.

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