New Czech Crown Record: 23 czk = 1 €

The Czech currency has gone through one of its biggest leaps in the history. During the night from 13 to 14th April 08 it cut all the records and strengthened to 23 CZK for one Euro.

During Friday, the price moved around 25 czk, and even when the incredible 23 czk for 1 € was available for only half an hour, the Czech currency came back to 25 after that, it is a clear sign it will gain more strength in near future.

The crown reacts on the foreign markets activity; businessmen at Asian markets started to buy the currency, and because there were no deals going on at the time in Europe, a small number of purchases was able to get it to such point. The currency constantly gains strength.

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