Koruna


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Koruna

1. See: CZK.

2. See: SKK.
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However, the return of interest rates to their long-run neutral level will be strongly hampered until around mid-2018 by the ECBs ongoing quantitative easing, which is putting appreciation pressure on the koruna.
Neighbouring Slovakia bought the most with purchases worth over 600 million koruna over the 12 months.
The next cab will advertise a basic charge of, say, 60 koruna ($2) and a $1-per-kilometer fare.
The head of the Czech Republic's central bank has urged traders to be wary of Koruna swings.
If made in haste, removing the cap could trigger unnecessarily high appreciation pressure on the koruna.
PESHAWAR, May 20, 2011 (Balochistan Times): To ensure access to clean drinking water to the communities of Mir Bad Shah Koruna, Muslim Khan Koruna, Daniyal Koruna and Tora Lakkai, the political administration has rehabilitated three drinking water supply systems besides constructing flood protection wall.
But the Czech koruna, the Lithuanian litas and the Slovakian koruna have all appreciated, while the Hungarian forint, the Polish zloty and the Slovenian tolar have all fallen slightly, while the Romanian leu and the Turkish lira have lost well over half their value.
The option allows CKA to sell the entirety of its stake at a price of approximately 469 million Czech Koruna (approximately US$17.
The apex bank kept its rate close to zero in order to weaken the currency, as a weaker koruna is intended to help avert deflation.
The Belgian bank committed itself to invest an extra 4 billion Koruna in CSOB.
At the same time, Standard & Poor's affirmed its 'BB+' long-term senior unsecured debt rating on Ceska's issue of Czech koruna 4.
Those bank members who set policy rates clashed over the need for currency interventions, with the threat of deflation forcing the central bank to begin its first koruna sales in 11 years.