- Norwegian, from Old Norse krūna; see krona1.Danish krone, from Old Norse krūna; see krona1. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The krone is now rapidly sinking towards the central parity rate, which has "previously acted as a ceiling in terms of how much the Danish central bank would allow the krone to weaken," said Nordea analysts in a research note.”
“The krone is still uncomfortably weak, testing the central bank's tolerance for movement within its permitted band against the euro.”
“While other countries 'central banks have cut their interest rates to support economic growth in recent weeks, Denmark's central bank was forced to raise its key rate to 5.5% from 5% on Oct. 24 to prop up the Danish currency, the krone, which is pegged to the euro.”
“Though this would cause short-term volatility, longer term the krone would likely appreciate against other Scandinavian currencies and the euro, he wrote.”
“That compares with 53.4 percent for the euro two years ago after the central bank raised interest rates to an eight-year high to defend the krone, which is pegged to Europe's single currency.”
“At the time the bank said it was forced to up the rate to defend the Danish krone, which is pegged to the euro.”
“Denmark twice raised interest rates in October to help protect its currency, the krone, which is pegged closely to the euro.”
“[A "krone" is equal to one shilling and three-halfpence.]”
“It's a serious issue when the Norwegian krone is so strong," Knut E.”
“The Norwegian krone climbed to an eight-year high on Wednesday as traders sought a new safe haven after the Swiss National Bank capped the value of the Swiss franc against the euro.”
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