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The central bank gave no further details on its decision, but Danish monetary policy is aimed at maintaining a stable exchange rate between the Danish krone and the euro.
The short euro market rates have fallen and the spread to the equivalent Danish rates has tended to strengthen the Danish krone.
715 million Danish Krone in the equity of Beirholms Sapphire A/S, a home textile marketing company incorporated in Denmark.
In the international beer business, the most substantial progress was noted by its British operation, Carlsberg-Tetley, because of a favorable exchange rate between the Danish krone and the British pound, the group said.
The ECU is a currency basket whose value is based on the currencies of the eleven euro participants, as well as the Danish krone, the Greek drachma, and the British pound sterling, whose issuers will not initially be among the euro group.
For the first time, iFOREX current clients and future investors will have access to the Danish Krone (DKK).
On Friday, FLSmidth announced that it has secured a $112 million, or 658 million Danish krone contract from Vale to deliver Material Handling and Mineral Processing equipment for Vale's Moatize coal mine in the Tete Province of Mozambique.
This is the second cut in a week that was made to weaken the Danish krone.