- Polish złoty, golden, zloty, from złoto, gold. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“That means investors who own bonds denominated in Polish zloty, Hungarian forint and Czech koruna may face longer waits before their holdings benefit from conversion to the euro.”
“Mr. Belka said the exchange rate of Poland's zloty, which is about 2.8 to th e dollar, "doesn't make my heart beat faster.”
“Poland's central bank governor Slawomir Skrzypek recently called the zloty "a very good shock absorber.”
“The death of the governor won't affect the zloty, which is up 6 percent against the euro this year, or the country's financial stability, board member”
“The death of the governor won't affect the zloty, which is up 6 percent against the euro this year, or the country's financial stability, board member Anna Zielinska-Glebocka said in a phone interview.”
“How can I find out what a Polish gulden (now called a zloty) was worth in”
“All in all, the zloty will be a key factor for the koruna in upcoming hours.”
“Millennium bank is one of the first high street banks to react and will now expect customers to cover 35\% of the loan if they borrow in a foreign currency or 20\% if borrowing in Polish zloty.”
“The dollar has gained a full 50% on Poland's zloty, meaning that $100 can now get you a $150 hotel room in Warsaw.”
“Poland's zloty, meaning that $100 can now get you a $150 hotel room in Warsaw.”
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