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Krona

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As a consequence, the differential between Swedish and foreign interest rates is less than in the forecast, leading to a weaker krona relative to the forecast.
The krona has nosedived, losing more than half of its value since January.
7 billion krona would be paid to stockholders, mainly through a redemption of shares.
Krona-FR takes the Krona design a step further--replacing the center layer with a material that is coated with a proprietary intumescent fire retardant.
During this period the US Dollar has strengthen towards the Swedish Krona with approx.
In a statement, the bank said, 'There are signs that inflation has bottomed out and is beginning to rise, but the recent appreciation of the krona risks breaking this trend.
2 billion Swedish krona (up 35 percent year-over-year).
The krona has shown a strengthening trend since the end of 2001, except for 2005 (see Diagram 49).
For a time in 2007, one dollar netted just 58 Icelandic krona (ISK).
The apex bank kept its interest rates for a third meeting after earlier intervening to strengthen the krona.
Earnings were boosted by lower raw material costs and a weaker Swedish krona, while sales increased on higher volumes and better prices.
The krona weakened appreciably during the autumn as the US continued raising the federal funds rate and when the ECB raised the refi rate in December.