Kazakhistani Tenge

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Kazakhistani Tenge

The currency of Kazakhstan. It was issued in 1993, replacing the Soviet ruble. Kazakhstan was one of the last former Soviet republics to issue a new, national currency.
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This means that Tenge will not be in absolute free float mode; the ability of National Bank to intervene makes it conditional float, also called dirty float.
The shareholders also approved the dividend for 2014 of 440 Tenge (including taxes to be withheld in accordance with the legislation of Kazakhstan) per one ordinary and one preferred share of KMG EP.
Analytical results have been returned from the first 10 reverse circulation ('RC') Tenge resource drill holes with significant intercepts reporting an average head grade of 42% Fe.
The National Bank will protect the tenge from sharp moves .
Roble was about to join that elite group, but not before a lesson from Tenge, a professional sandboarder who holds the Guinness world record for the longest backflip on a sandboard - 44 feet, 10 inches.
5 billion tenge ($369 million), 2% more than in H12007.
The Company recognised foreign exchange gain of 262bn Tenge.
With more than $100 billion of reserves and by keeping tenge liquidity extremely tight, Kazakhstan could avoid devaluing, albeit to the detriment of country's balance sheet and/or growth," the Renaissance Capital analysts said.
1 million tenge will be spent on the further implementation of the reconstruction and modernisation programme of existing assets.
The total amount of unsatisfied applications from individuals hit 71,635,075 tenge
Value of one ordinary KazTransOil share during the initial offering on the organized securities market was previously set at 725 tenge (150.
9 billion tenge was designated for the program ," Kulagin stressed.