Vladimír Urbánek (Kurzy.cz)
Finance  |  December 10, 2010 10:04:29

DB: Czech crown in the next six months will come under pressure because of low rates and weaken

Czech crown will be in the next three to six months, under pressure from investors due to the fact that other countries in the region such as Hungary and Poland are committed to raising interest rates. Czech rates stay relatively low probably for a long time, which takes the power of the crown, says investment company Danske Bank.

The bank predicts a slight crown in 2011. Given that other central banks in the region have already entered a phase of consolidation - which is an example of Hungary and the Polish central bank to also not far - we expect that the Czech crown will be in the short term to play an increasingly important role in low-interest currency shops called carry trades (the funding currency), said analyst Stanislav defended DB.

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