DKK


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DKK

The ISO 4217 currency code for Danish Krone.

DKK

ISO 4217 code for the Danish krone. It was introduced in 1873, replacing the Danish rigsdaler. It was part of the Scandanavian Monetary Union until the beginning of the First World War. During this time, the krone was pegged to gold. It was variously pegged to the German Reichsmark and the British pound in the middle 20th century. Denmark joined the Bretton Woods Agreement, which tied the krone to the U.S. dollar (and, by extension, to gold). It is currently pegged to the ERM II, which ties the krone to the euro, but allows it to remain somewhat independent.
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The result before tax for the first quarter of 2013 was DKK -3.
The company said that in the accounting period, FirstFarms realised a turnover of DKK 13.
In order to start the process of contributing state-owned company shares to the DKK, the Economy Ministry is preparing a special decision of the Council of Ministers, which is going to regulate the activities and functions of the Economy Minister and the other ministers who will be involved in this process.
BioBusiness sales, consisting of microorganisms and biopharmaceutical ingredients, went up by 9% in both DKK and LCY for January to September.
Triseps adalesi ustunde olculen DKK ile VKI arasinda ise orta derecede bir baginti saptandi (r=0.
The sales growth in local currencies is still expected at some 10%, while the growth in DKK is now estimated at some 2 percentage points higher, having formerly been forecast at 4.
However, the declining dollar is eroding growth and earnings in DKK.
Measured in DKK sales rose by 9% to DKK 7,438 million from DKK 6,802 million in 2006.
26 March 2015 - Swedish communications and logistics solutions company PostNord has agreed to sell its Danish headquarters and mail terminal real estate property in central Copenhagen to Danica Pension for DKK 925m (USD 134.
With a combined mobile subscriber market share of approximately 40%, revenues of more than DKK 9bn and a significant synergy potential, the transaction creates a robust operator.
Measured in DKK sales rose by 11% to DKK 5,594 million from DKK 5,038 million in 2006.
Calculated in DKK, sales are expected to rise by around 4%.