Did you know...
that the CZK 200 coin issued to mark the 650th anniversary of the establishment of the Prague archbishopric and the laying of the foundation stone of Saint Vitus Cathedral is known for its high collection value? The proof-quality coin, originally purchased for CZK 322, is now sold for many tens of thousands of koruna. In general, coins produced in the smallest volumes are the most collectible.
In November 2013, the Czech National Bank decided to use the koruna exchange rate as an additional instrument for easing the monetary conditions.
During 2015, the Bank Board repeatedly stated that the CNB would not discontinue the use of the exchange rate as a monetary policy instrument before the second half of 2016. At its most recent meeting on 5 November 2015, the Bank Board discussed extending the duration of the exchange rate commitment. It agreed that its discontinuation would probably shift to around the end of 2016.
- Current statement of the Bank Board following the monetary policy meeting of 5th November 2015
- The exchange rate commitment: how the CNB keeps the exchange rate close to CZK 27 to the euro
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