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the basic unit of money in Poland

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The zloty firmed against the euro on Monday after the Polish central bank (NBP) said in its new inflation report that it expected the currency to strengthen.
PKN estimated rising oil prices added some 415 million zlotys to its profits, while revaluation of the refiner's euro-denominated loans added 342 million zlotys due to the zloty strengthening in the quarter.
The new currencies are the Czech Koruna, Danish Krone, Hong Kong Dollar, Hungarian Forint, New Zealand Dollar, Norwegian Krone, Polish Zloty, Singapore Dollar, Swedish Krona, and Swiss Franc.
In a statement, the central bank said, 'The National Bank of Poland has sold today a certain amount of foreign currencies in exchange for the zloty.
We also reduced our position in Polish government bonds from roughly 2% to 1%, and pared our exposure in the Polish zloty from roughly 2% to 1%.
Say six thousand eight hundred and fifty zloty 00/100).
As a result of today's decisions the share capital of Bank Zachodni SA will be increased by 400,093,020 zloty by way of issuing 40,009,302 ordinary G series bearer shares with the nominal value of 10 zloty.
s Skarbiec-Kasa, a Polish Zloty denominated money market fund.
for lot 6 - 1 250 PLN (say one thousand two hundred and fifty zloty 00/100)
00 (in words two hundred thousand zlotys 00/100) for 1 part of the order.
P4 -- controlled by units of Greece's Olympia Development and Iceland's Novator Partners -- announced a refinancing in March, in which it secured 7 billion zlotys in credit facilities.
Instead, a number of problems haunted the 787, with LOT - one of the 13 airlines that fly the jets - estimating its own costs of problems at PLN100 million zlotys (USD$33 million) over 2012 and 2013.