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MNB Exchange Rate API

The Magyar Nemzeti Bank (MNB) is the central bank of Hungary. In this role, its primary objective is to achieve and maintain price stability. The MNB website is available to visitors in both Hungarian and English.

The MNB provides the Arfolyam (trans. Exchange Rate) API, which can be used to retrieve current and historic currency exchange rates. This service uses SOAP calls issued in XML format.

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MNB Exchange Rate: Highlights

Summary
Hungarian currency exchange service
Category
Financial
Tags
Protocols
SOAP
Data Formats
XML
API home
http://www.mnb.hu/arfolyamok.asmx 

MNB Exchange Rate: Specifications

Functionality

Client Install Required
 
WSDL
http://www.mnb.hu/arfolyamok.asmx?WSDL

Signup and Licensing

Signup Requirements
 
Developer Key Required
 
Account Required
 
Commercial Licensing
 
Provider
www.mnb.hu  
Managed By
Magyar Nemzeti Bank  
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Read-only Without Login
 

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