Czech Currency is very strong
The Czech crown is strongest against the euro in seven years The koruna has firmed against the euro to its strongest level in seven years this week. In the short term, it also reached the level of 25.10 crowns per euro and was thus closest to the European currency since the intervention of the Czech National Bank. The interventions lasted since November 2013 and the central bank held the exchange rate above 27 crowns per euro. The strongest in history was the koruna against the euro in 2008, when the exchange rate was close to 23.90. Now crown positive stronger inflation, but also a good mood in global markets influenced by positive news, who can look forward to sending the first phase of the trade agreement between the US and China.