Koruna


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Koruna

1. See: CZK.

2. See: SKK.
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Neighbouring Slovakia bought the most with purchases worth over 600 million koruna over the 12 months.
And there will be one or two quoting basic fares of 180 koruna ($6), plus 200 koruna ($6.
Some board members are believed to have argued that higher import prices, caused by a weaker koruna, would curb households' purchasing power.
The seven-member board subsequently voted on a proposal to initiate koruna sales, said Singer.
According to a researcher at the central bank of Czechoslovakia, the bank could intervene in the markets to weaken the koruna.
At the same time, Standard & Poor's affirmed its 'BB+' long-term senior unsecured debt rating on Ceska's issue of Czech koruna 4.
According to an economist at Komercini Banka AS, the Czech Koruna could strengthen in the coming days as traders could test the central bank's resolve to weaken the currency.
Ceska; BBB-/Stable/--) remain unaffected by the company's announcement that it will pay a dividend of Czech koruna (Ckr) 1,178 per share.
Global Banking News-August 24, 2012--Czech koruna weakens against the euro(C)2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
At the same time, Standard & Poor's raised its senior unsecured debt rating on Ceska's Czech koruna (Ckr) 4.
The CreditWatch placement reflects the recent decision by the parent--the PPF group--to call for a significant interim dividend of approximately Czech koruna (Ckr) 3.
Increased market competition, voluntary reduction of inward reinsurance, and weak economic growth led to a marginal increase in nonlife premiums of only 1% to Czech koruna (CZK) 23.