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krona

the standard monetary unit of Sweden, divided into 100 ?re
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The capital controls were effective because kronur could not get into or out of Iceland without the CB[GAMMA]s approval.
The lower return offered on kronur assets to foreign investors made the central bank step in as a counterparty by offering CDs to the foreign banks.
He also updated the Committee on matters relating to the Bank's capital account liberalisation strategy, including the planned auction of offshore kronur.
For Iceland's smaller and domestic market focused companies, including Kraekir, Salka and Samherji, the economy's virtual collapse in autumn 2008 happened against a backdrop where the Icelandic kronur lost half its value to the Euro.
One euro (EUR) is worth approximately 177.61 Icelandic kronur (ISK).
One British pound (GBP) is worth approximately 159.81 Icelandic kronur (ISK).
Bjorgolfsson's Novator investment group is bidding 85.23 Icelandic kronur per Class A share of Actavis, valuing the company at 3.3 billion euros ($4.5 billion).
Similarly, in 2005 foreign borrowers started issuing bonds denominated in Icelandic kronur. Although targeted at small foreign investors, these affect domestic markets through adding liquidity and depth.
And you have to admit that they are more likely to opt for the galacto rather than the Bulgarian lev or the Icelandic kronur.
Of course, he is arrested again, and for this last offense, and because he refuses to pay a fine of 30,000 kronur, he is incarcerated for several months in a penitentiary out of town.
By the time a frill-blown methanol infrastructure were put in place, it would probably no longer be the preferred fuel-- committing the country to a fleet of obsolete cars and causing the consortium to strand millions of kronur in financial assets.
The monetary authorities raised short-term interest rates -0.3 percentage point in November, the first increase since September 1996, while the kronur has appreciated somewhat from its 1996 average level, in spite of central bank purchases of foreign currency to stem its increase.